Werner Herzog Tag Archive

Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, A Tale of life


10th April, 2012

Werner Herzog has never been a filmmaker to shy away from tackling tough subjects in his documentaries. Throughout his prolific career, his non-fiction work

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We, the Masses


6th August, 2011

A quick search of the name Werner Herzog on DN and the 24 results that come up will give you some idea of how much we love and admire the work of the

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams


26th March, 2011

During a live interview with director Werner Herzog after a screening of his 3D documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams, journalist Jason Solomons described

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When Herzog Rescued Phoenix

Animation, Documentary

22nd September, 2010

Given that both My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? and I’m Still Here are currently in the wild, Sascha Ciezata’s short animation When Herzog

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EIFF2010: My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done?

Film Festival

22nd June, 2010

The last decade has been an interesting time for fans of Werner Herzog, the madman of world cinema who surely needs no introduction. During the last ten

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Werner Herzog Reads Where's Waldo

Live Action

25th April, 2010

If Werner Herzog was to read children’s classic Where’s Waldo, it would sound like this… via albaztks

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Bad Lieutenants and Magnificent Sevens


3rd January, 2010

Since we talked about Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant quite a lot on the site last year, I thought I’d post this excellent article¬†Bad

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Herzog Gets the Treatment

Live Action

2nd December, 2009

My favourite film podcast (even accounting for what we do here on DN) has the titan that is Werner Herzog on this week, talking about Bad Lieutenant: Port

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DN LFF09: Bad Lieutenant – Werner Herzog

Film Festival, Live Action

14th October, 2009

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans was definitely one of the films I was most looking forward to at this year’s London Film Festival, I mean

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