Born: Werner Herzog Stipetić (1942-09-05) 5 September 1942 (age 78)Munich, Germany
Occupation: Film director, producer, screenwriter, actor
Spouse(s): Martje Grohmann (m. 1967; div. 1985), Christine Maria Ebenberger (m. 1987; div. 1997), Lena Pisetski (m. 1999)
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Werner Herzog is a German film director, screenwriter, actor, and opera director. Herzog is considered a figure of the New German Cinema. His films often feature ambitious protagonists with impossible dreams, people with unique talents in obscure fields, or individuals who are in conflict with nature.
Werner Herzog, Director: Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes. Director. Writer. Producer. Actor. Poet. He studied history, literature and theatre for some time, but didn't finish it and founded instead his own film production company in 1963. Later in his life, Herzog also staged several operas in Bayreuth, Germany, and at the Milan Scala in Italy. Herzog has won numerous national and international ...
Werner Herzog was born in Munich on September 5, 1942. He grew up in a remote mountain village in Bavaria and studied History and German Literature in Munich and Pittsburgh. He made his first film in 1961 at the age of 19. Since then he has produced, written, and directed more than sixty feature- and documentary films, such as Aguirre der Zorn ...
Werner Herzog, German motion-picture director whose unusual films captured men and women at psychological extremes. With Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Volker Schlondorff, Herzog led the influential postwar West German cinema movement. Learn more about Herzog’s life and career.
German filmmaker Werner Herzog examined the extremes of human behavior and …
Herzog makes good on his promise in the film Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (1980), directed by Les Blank. In 1961, he worked nights in a steel factory to raise money for his films. In 1966, he was employed by the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Werner Herzog Stipetić (German: [ˈʋɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk ˈstɪpɛtɪt͡ʃ]; born 5 September 1942 in Munich, Germany), known as Werner Herzog, is a German movie director, producer, screenwriter, author, actor and opera director. He is known for directing science fiction or just fiction movies and documentary films. Herzog is thought to be one of the greatest German movie directors.
Werner Herzog: Clive Oppenheimer brought up the idea to me and I thought, yeah, we should do that. We did a film before, my 2016 film Into the Inferno. He’s a volcanologist at Cambridge University. But even before that, in 2006, we made a film together in Antarctica, when it was -35 degrees. I met him at the top of a volcano, high up, 4,000 ...
Werner Herzog did it with Grizzly Man, Adam McKay did it with Vice – from archival libraries to old film canisters from charity shops, the past is waiting to be brought to life Published: 3 Jul 2020
Filmmaker Werner Herzog said in an interview with Inverse he thinks that plan is a "mistake" and an "obscenity." Instead of being "like the locusts," Herzog told the outlet he thinks humans should ...
Claim: Werner Herzog said, "Dear America: You are waking up, as Germany once did, to the awareness that 1/3 of your people would kill another 1/3, while 1/3 watches."
Werner Herzog opens windows into worlds that are otherwise unreachable with his films and documentaries. I had no problems viewing Fata Morgana, as some reviews claim. Perhaps the glitch has been corrected. I highly recommend any film attached to this film maker, especially Werzog/Kinski, and this amazing collection.
Werner Herzog, (born Werner Stipetić, September 5, 19421) is a German film and opera director, screenwiter, author, and actor who appears as "The Client" in the Disney+ live-action TV series The Mandalorian.2 1 Star Wars credits 2 Bibliography 3 Notes and references 4 External links The...
The special features include conversations between Herzog and Laurens Straub, and documentaries such as "Portrait: Werner Herzog", "Herzog in Africa", and the "Making of Nosferatu the Vampyre". This is a limited edition set of 5000 units.
Werner Herzog’s films include Aguirre, the Wrath of God, Fitzcarraldo, Grizzly Man, The Act of Killing…
All Werner Herzog Movies Ranked. The cosmically dry, low-key hilarious Werner Herzog has transformed himself into a global treasure over the span of a six decade career. For a guy famous from cinematic pursuits involving dwarf-only casts, pushing a steamboat up a hill, hypnotizing his actors for unique performances, debating whether to murder ...
Preservation, conservation and distribution of the cultural heritage of the cinematic and literary works of Werner Herzog for the general public in behoof of science, art and culture.
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‘Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds’ Review: Werner Herzog’s Meteor Mystery Tour The director's new film is a wonkishly wonderstruck meditation on the eternal mystery of meteorites.
Werner Herzog is the adventurer of German cinema, known for his unforgettable films with actor Klaus Kinski. His career has moved effortlessly between documentaries and …
Werner Herzog explains why he didn't need to see the "Star Wars" films for his "The Mandalorian" role on Disney Plus.
Werner Herzog: ‘My older brother thinks every film I’ve made is lousy and boring.’ Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty Images. At 77 and holed up …
Werner Herzog wants you to expand your mind. When it comes to directors who can straddle both narrative and documentary, Werner Herzog stands above them all. His penetrating gaze and casual wisdom are what make him a treasure to the entire world. My first experience with a Werner Herzog documentary was with Grizzly Man. I found it to be a ...
Los Angeles-based TV preacher Dr. Gene Scott is is an example of one of Werner Herzog’s most enduring fascinations: the larger-than-life …
Werner Herzog. Werner Herzog’s range of work across artistic disciplines is unequalled. He has directed over 50 films and 20 opera productions on six continents, and has published numerous books, screenplays and articles.
Werner Herzog Stipetić (German pronunciation: [ˈʋɛɐ̯nɐ ˈhɛɐ̯tsoːk ˈstɪpɛtɪtʃ]; born September 5, 1942), known as Werner Herzog, is a German film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor; and an opera director. Herzog is considered one of the greatest figures of the New German Cinema, along with Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Margarethe von Trotta, Volker …
Werner Herzog said: "Dear America: You are waking up as Germany once did, to the awareness that 1/3 of your people would kill another 1/3, while 1/3 watches."
78-year-old filmmaker Werner Herzog shared some interesting thoughts before the release of his new documentary on asteroids, Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds now available on Apple TV+. From Herzog's new interview with the science site inverse: Herzog tells Inverse he's less concerned than ever that a meteorite will destroy the Earth, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't …
Werner Herzog’s groundbreaking approach to film has always included a similar outlook when it comes to music. Despite music not becoming a part of his life until later on, Herzog has a fine ear – from his extensive collaborations with Krautrock icons Popul Vuh and cellist Ernst Reijseger to the use of classical and folk music.
Filmmaker Werner Herzog says the biggest career break he can think of is that his drive to make movies has never been broken, despite …
Werner Herzog (born September 5, 1942 in Munich as Werner Stipetić) is a German movie director and screenwriter who has emerged as the most successful of the German New Wave filmmakers. He has also dabbled in acting and voiceover work. He is beloved on the arthouse circuit and with several mainstream successes under his belt, most notably with actor Klaus Kinski.
Werner Herzog (born Werner Stipetić) is a German film director, screenwriter, actor, and opera director. He is often associated with the German New Wave movement (also called New German Cinema), along with Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Margarethe von Trotta, Volker Schlöndorff, Wim Wenders and others.
Almost every interview subject in Werner Herzog’s latest documentary gets introduced with a prolonged, silent close-up that’s held for an uncomfortably long time. The people being filmed are usually smiling, but they still look slightly anxious, as if uncertain of what’s expected of them; few ...
Such is the case with “Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds,” writer and codirector Werner Herzog’s latest true-life exploration into the unknown, which, despite its share of stirring ...
Werner Herzog has produced some of the most powerful, haunting, and memorable images ever captured on film. Both his fiction films and his documentaries address fundamental issues about nature, selfhood, and history in ways that engage with but also criticize and qualify the best philosophical thinking about these topics. In focusing on figures from Aguirre, Kasper Hauser, …
Trying to pin down Werner Herzog's career is an impossible task. Since his turbulent early years making the likes of Fitzcarraldo (1982) – shot in the Peruvian jungle with muse Klaus Kinski – he's mastered myriad cinematic forms, from a documentary in the Antarctic (Encounters at the Edge of the World, 2007) to thriller Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, in which Nicolas Cage ...
Werner Herzog is a German actor, screenwriter, author, film director and opera director. He is counted among the most important personalities as far as new age German cinema is concerned. As a matter of fact, he is considered to be among the greatest film makers in the world and has been regarded as such by fellow filmmakers.
Werner Herzog may have once said that “the universe is monstrously indifferent to the presence of man,” but man is not monstrously indifferent to …
Werner Herzog plays a mysterious role in the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian, which is out today. Director Jon Favreau cast him in the role, even though he has never seen a Star Wars film.
Fitzcarraldo is a 1982 West German epic adventure-drama film written and directed by Werner Herzog and starring Klaus Kinski as the title character. It portrays would-be rubber baron Brian Sweeney Fitzgerald, an Irishman known in Peru as Fitzcarraldo, who is determined to transport a steamship over a steep hill to access a rich rubber territory in the Amazon Basin.
Fitzcarraldo.Grizzly Man.Aguirre, the Wrath of God.Little Dieter Needs to Fly.These are what many cinephiles might call the essential Werner Herzog films. …
Sorry but no one is a bigger Baby Yoda fan than "The Mandalorian" supporting actor Werner Herzog.
If you are in luck at Sundance, you’ll catch a glimpse of Werner Herzog walking up Main Street. Against the half-swept snow, his beautiful Siberian wife on his arm, he looks like a visitor from a more civilized Grand Hotel world. But this is an illusion. His life has been spent describing danger, on the periphery of catastrophe.
If you’ve ever wondered whether a giant asteroid could suddenly wipe us out like the dinosaurs and render all our 2020 worries meaningless, Werner Herzog…