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'INTO THE ABYSS: A TALE OF DEATH, A TALE OF LIFE' (2011) at 14th TDF

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              Film still from Into The Abyss (2011)  One of the most talked about documentaries of the year, Werner Herzog’s film INTO THE ABYSS: A TALE OF DEATH, A TALE OF LIFE (2011) screened at this year’s Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival. The film focuses on two prisoners in the USA who (during the filming) await death row. In the film, Herzog intervi...

Berlinale gallery: february 13, 2012

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Léa Seydoux, Ursula Meier, Kacey Mottet Klein Léa Seydoux, Kacey Mottet Klein Léa Seydoux Léa Seydoux, Ursula Meier, Kacey Mottet Klein Andie McDowell Riz Ahmed Ray Stevenson, John Hurt, Katherine LaNasa, Billy Bob Thornton John Hurt , Katherine LaNasa Anke Engelke John Hurt, ...

Werner Herzog in 3D: Cave of Forgotten Dreams at SFIFF54

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I have been delaying it long enough, it's time to write about experiencing Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams Monday night. Not that I have much to say besides SEE IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Let the film envelop you and enjoy the ride. I won't be a fool and spoil for you or try describe the near out of body experience in too many words. Here are just a few thoughts: As she introduced the film festival programmer Rachel Rosen said, "This film reminds us how extraordinarily wonderful...

Werner Herzog in 3D: Cave of Forgotten Dreams at SFIFF54

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I have been delaying it long enough, it's time to write about experiencing Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams Monday night. Not that I have much to say besides SEE IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Let the film envelop you and enjoy the ride.I won't be a fool and spoil for you or try describe the near out of body experience in too many words. Here are just a few thoughts:As she introduced the film festival programmer Rachel Rosen said, "This film reminds us how extraordinarily wonderful and mysterio...

Film festivals.com Review of Flights

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BOYS WILL BE BOYS SAMPLING A winning afternoon at LA Shorts Fest. “Boys Will Be Boys” is the name for Program 52 of the LA Shorts Film Festival. Featuring 78 programs, with 450 films, this reviewer chose this program at random for reviews. As luck would have it, one of the films (“Apple Jack”)shown during the Saturday afternoon presentation got voted “Best of the Festival” and another (“Flights”) is being featured at the upcoming Hampton’s International Film Festival next...

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The Bad Lieutenant: A bad movie or cult in the making?

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THE ONGOING publicity surrounding the insults being traded by Werner Herzog and Abel Ferrara over whether “The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” is a remake of Ferrara’s 1992 original or not, maybe of interest to the industry, and particularly to film critics, but is of little interest to movie-goers. Both versions tell the story of a drug-addled cop trying to solve a case of murder, but the interpretation is as different as chalk from cheese. Herzog, more highly thought of for his...

The Bad Lieutenant: A bad movie or cult in the making?

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THE ONGOING publicity surrounding the insults being traded by Werner Herzog and Abel Ferrara over whether “The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” is a remake of Ferrara’s 1992 original or not, maybe of interest to the industry, and particularly to film critics, but is of little interest to movie-goers. Both versions tell the story of a drug-addled cop trying to solve a case of murder, but the interpretation is as different as chalk from cheese. Herzog, more highly thou...

Filmfest Munchen reveals Werner Herzog Retrospective

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For the 25th time, FILMFEST MÜNCHEN, Germany's largest summer film festival, will be attracting filmmakers and industry professionals from around the world.Werner Herzog RetrospectiveWerner Herzog, whom François Truffaut once called "Germany's most important living director" will be our guest. Herzog, who, especially in collaboration with Klaus Kinski, made such movie milestones as FITZCARRALDO and AGUIRRE – THE WRATH OF GOD will return to his hometown for the Filmfest to present his films.I...

Starz Denver Film Festival Closed with Rescue Night

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The 29th Starz Denver Film Festival culminated, this Saturday, November 18 at the Buell Theatre with the most recent film from highly-acclaimed director Werner Herzog, RESCUE DAWN starring Christian Bale, Steve Zahn, and Jeremy Davies followed by the Last Reel Party at Mile High Station.Christian Bale stars as Deiter Dengler, a German-born pilot so eager for adventure that he volunteers for the Vietnam War. Once in the air, the gung-ho Dieter is almost immediately shot down; captured by Laotian ...
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