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[…] on top of that, herzog was working with actor klaus kinski—someone he once lightly considered having killed because of their volatile relationship.from new world/everett […]






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[…] on top of that, herzog was working with actor klaus kinski—someone he once lightly considered having killed because of their volatile relationship.from new world/everett […]






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[…] on top of that, herzog was working with actor klaus kinski—someone he once lightly considered having killed because of their volatile relationship.from new world/everett […]






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watch an exclusive clip from werner herzog’s salt and fire


german new wave pioneer's new subversive thriller opens in theaters on april 7th the post watch an exclusive clip from werner herzog’s salt and fire appeared first on comingsoon.net.






werner herzog says independent film is a ‘myth,’ and america is stronger than tr


at the pratt institute's school of art in new york on wednesday, director werner herzog — as always — spoke his mind.






cannes’ directors fortnight honors werner herzog with carrosse d’or award


paris– werner herzog (“grizzly man”) will receive the carrosse d’or award at this year’s directors fortnight, the section which runs parallel to cannes film festival. the society of films directors (srf), which brings together top french filmmakers, said it was honoring herzog with the carrosse d’or to “pay tribute to (his) relentless energy and (his)... read more »






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herzog's comment is probably the most intelligent i've read about trump since months. no moralizing, no leftist nonsense, he just tells it like it is: the main attraction of trump is his independence for most voters. and he seems to be authentic. why is it, that 90% of so-called experts don't get this? maybe werner should do political commentary at cnn?






comment on ‘a gray state’ trailer: werner herzog presents a story of government


while i love a little herzog...this trailer is very misleading. the police investigation showed clearly what happened inside of that house. it was horrible, but crowley murdered his family and himself in the most brutal of ways.






paramount originally wanted matthew mcconaughey over leonardo dicaprio for ‘tita


leonardo dicaprio's star-making performance in "titanic" almost never happened.






'clear air turbulence' injures 25 aboard boeing 777


aeroflot confirmed that 14 of the 313 passengers aboard flight su270 were receiving medical treatment, while 11 others were discharged.






'clear air turbulence' hospitalizes 25 aboard boeing 777


aeroflot confirmed that 14 of the 313 passengers aboard flight su270 were receiving medical treatment, while 11 others were discharged.






newswire: werner herzog enjoys the “significant novelty” of donald trump


few voices on earth are as well-suited to sounding off on decline and despair as that of werner herzog, a director whose gloomy germanic soothsaying has become almost as iconic as his nearly 100 films. so it’s not wholly surprising that herzog—fresh off of a retrospective festival hosting his entire body of work to date—would eventually weigh in on the “significant novelty” of american president donald trump, or that the man who made a film hero of klaus kinski would find a certain pleasure in trump’s vulgar groping of power.“he’s the first time you have a real independent,” herzog said as part of a long, borderline self-parodic interview recently published in rolling stone. “he’s turned against the republican party, and he’s vehemently against the media, justifiably so to some degree, an






interview: werner herzog on salt and fire


legendary german new wave filmmaker discusses his latest fever dream the post interview: werner herzog on salt and fire appeared first on comingsoon.net.






werner herzog’s film school advice: 6 crucial lessons from a master to his pupil


eight students share the unorthodox and extremely practical filmmaking lessons they learned making short films in cuba with the master.






movie review: two new werner herzog films remind that even great directors can m


everybody whiffs sometimes. even the world’s greatest filmmakers, the towering giants of international cinema, have their off days. consider this an off week for werner herzog. the inquisitive german director, who moves freely between fiction and nonfiction, has made his fair share of follies to go along with the masterworks; the occasional misstep is inevitable for an artist of his productivity and eccentricity, one inclined to follow his muse wherever it might take him, from the deepest reaches of the south american jungle to the heart of the american prison system. but thanks to an unlikely overlap in distribution strategy, this friday brings two unrelated herzog missteps to american theaters—one a sweeping historical epic, the other an oddball philosophical treatise, both negatively r






‘salt and fire’ director werner herzog exclusive studiowrap portraits


acclaimed filmmaker werner herzog comes to thewrap to discuss his latest, “salt and fire.” see his photo shoot here.






werner herzog loves la: it’s ‘the city with the most substance’


angelenos used to defending their city from critics who dismiss it as a culturally bankrupt collection of flakes and fakes have found an unexpected ally in legendary director werner herzog. the man known for his ability to gaze unflinchingly at dark, disturbing, and tragic material has declared his love for los angeles in a new interview friday with the la times, going so far as to declare it “the city with the most substance.” herzog, who moved to la with his wife twenty years ago after a brief stint in san francisco, is unambiguously bullish on the place. “we said we want to move to the city with the most substance,” he tells the la times, “and it was immediately clear that los angeles, that’s the place.” so, what is it he likes? “the colle






bbc hits back at cosby lawsuit; lebanon bans ‘the post’; elephant/webedia deal –


the bbc and production company sugar films has hit back at a lawsuit by the cosby show producer carsey-werner that the two firms had infringed copyright in documentary bill cosby: fall of an american icon. the broadcaster and british firm were the subject of the claim in california federal court at the end of last year. carsey-werner claimed that the bbc and sugar films were looking to capitalize on the popularity of the long-running u.s. sitcom. however, in a filing on…






cannes’ directors fortnight honors werner herzog with carrosse d’or award


paris – werner herzog (“grizzly man”) will receive the carrosse d’or award at this year’s directors fortnight, the section which runs parallel to the cannes film festival. the society of film directors (srf), which brings together top french filmmakers, said it was honoring herzog with the carrosse d’or to “pay tribute to [his] relentless energy... read more »






cannes’ directors fortnight honors werner herzog with carrosse d’or award


paris– werner herzog (“grizzly man”) will receive the carrosse d’or award at this year’s directors fortnight, the section which runs parallel to cannes film festival. the society of films directors (srf), which brings together top french filmmakers, said it was honoring herzog with the carrosse d’or to “pay tribute to (his) relentless energy and (his)... read more »






craziest beauty trends of 2017 — squiggle brows, dragon’s blood masks & more


2017 has been quite a year. of all the insane things that have happened, weird and wild beauty trends are high on the list! see the craziest trends of 2017 in pics below!






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critics are such losers. they've never picked up a camera in their life. it's makes them feel oh so important to review a and criticize films. total losers. i can't remember a single critic's review including the fat dead guy whose name was...i can't even remember. yet i remember all filmmakers no matter how bad their films are.






comment on chris pratt admits he was ‘caught off guard’ by ‘passengers’ criticis


so this guy didnt know why the film failed? he was awful in it. thats why. he should go back to making marvel films or dinosaur films , he is a decent actor but nothing worth movies which need dramatic action.






comment on werner herzog says independent film is a ‘myth,’ and america is stron


although i too use the term independent film for convenience, i personally delineate between what is called independent filmmaking and what i call garage filmmaking. too often independent filmmaking is applied to those in the business who make their own films, not the studio, but they're still insiders using the same people, same locations, etc. true independence, imo, is a group of student filmmakers or enthusiasts making their own thing on what they have available and paying for it out of their pockets.






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comment on james cameron’s ‘titanic’ floats again in 2d & 3d december rerelease


i remember seeing true lies in the theater, it seems like yesterday. also was the last time we snuck into a theater to see a second movie, don't even remember what that was.






billboard music awards' craziest red carpet looks


the billboard music awards red carpet has never been a snore. in fact, it's home to some of the craziest, celeb-worn outfits we've ever seen. remember when pink showed up in that...






skywest jet engine catches fire after landing in denver


frightening moments for passengers aboard a skywest jet that caught fire after landing in denver sunday. the aircraft was operating as a united express flight when one of its engines went up in flames. all 63 passengers and crew members were evacuated safely. kris van cleave reports.






what scares werner herzog? ‘nothing – period’ (exclusive video)


legendary director werner herzog is known for his sometimes fanatical commitment to his films, including moving a 320-ton steamship over a hill in the amazon for 1982’s “fitzcarraldo” — and the way he puts his characters in some of the most extreme and dire situations imaginable (have you seen “grizzly man”?). his latest film, “salt and fire,” is no different, as it has one of the protagonists trapped in a vast salt flat with two blind boys. but the director himself said he’s not scared of those situations — or anything at all — when asked about his fears by thewrap’s stuart brazell. “nothing,” herzog said. “period.” also read: 'salt and fire' director werner herzog exclusive studiowr






what scares werner herzog? ‘nothing – period’ (exclusive video)


legendary director werner herzog is known for his sometimes fanatical commitment to his films, including moving a 320-ton steamship over a hill in the amazon for 1982’s “fitzcarraldo” — and the way he puts his characters in some of the most extreme and dire situations imaginable (have you seen “grizzly man”?). his latest film, “salt and fire,” is no different, as it has one of the protagonists trapped in a vast salt flat with two blind boys. but the director himself said he’s not scared of those situations — or anything at all — when asked about his fears by thewrap’s stuart brazell. “nothing,” herzog said. “period.” also read: 'salt and fire' director werner herzog exclusive studiowr






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40 survive vessel collision in myanmar river


yangon, april 8 (ians) forty passengers have survived the vessel collision in a myanmar river that killed 20, police said on saturday. twenty passengers including three children were killed when two vessels collided in pathein on friday night, xinhua news agency reported. pathein water transport police said 40 out of the 60 aboard the vessel […]






werner herzog talks music and film at the met: watch the live-stream here


the red bull music academy will host the legendary director tonight to discuss the influence of music on his films.






that fancy necklace from titanic helped bankrupt an entire company


remember when you swooned in the theater as the old-lady version of rose in titanic said farewell to her true love and tossed her jewel necklace into the ocean? yeah, we don’t either, but apparently a lot of other people did. read more...






dancing with the stars: frankie muniz doesn't remember starring on malcolm in th


the theme on monday’s dancing with the stars was “the most memorable year.” but for frankie muniz, it’s not such a relatable theme. before opening the abc show with a performance of the quickstep, muniz revealed in his rehearsal video that he can’t remember most of the things he’s experienced in his life, including his time on the fox comedy malcolm in the middle; he appeared in 150 episodes of the show, which ran from 2000-2006. muniz revealed that he’s suffered nine concussions and several “mini-strokes” but he can’t say for sure what prevents him from recalling the past. “it makes me a little sad,” said muniz. “things pop back into my mind i should have remembered.” the clip also included an interview with his former tv dad, bryan cranston, who marveled at how much muniz has experienced






comment on why quentin tarantino’s manson murders project would be a radical cha


i don't agree with this article. this could actually become a typical tarantino film, even if it's based on history: just like "basterds" tarantino will look at it through the filter of cinematic representations and pop culture. that said, he could still succeed at shining more light on the strange things that happened, where most films are not interested in: how could a record by the beatles inspire mass murder ? that's one of the craziest things about the charles manson saga and his 'helter skelter' vision of future race wars…hell, you could even argue, that he was 'right' in some way, because there are still massive race conflicts going on. if tarantino takes manson's ideology 'seriously' and shows the whole bloody murders, thi






erik nelson’s ‘a gray state’ acquired by first run pictures


“a gray state,” executive produced by acclaimed documentarian werner herzog, has been picked up by first run features, a&e indiefilms announced thursday. director erik nelson’s documentary, which had its world premiere at this month’s tribeca film festival, will receive a u.s. theatrical release this november for an awards push. following its theatrical release, it will make its television debut on a&e. “a gray state” follows the mysterious deaths of filmmaker david crowley and his family. the iraq war veteran began production on his film “gray state” in 2010, which was set in a dystopian near-future where civil liberties are trampled by an unrestrained government. however, in january 2015, he was found dead with his family in minneso






erik nelson’s ‘a gray state’ acquired by first run pictures


“a gray state,” executive produced by acclaimed documentarian werner herzog, has been picked up by first run features, a&e indiefilms announced thursday. director erik nelson’s documentary, which had its world premiere at this month’s tribeca film festival, will receive a u.s. theatrical release this november for an awards push. following its theatrical release, it will make its television debut on a&e. “a gray state” follows the mysterious deaths of filmmaker david crowley and his family. the iraq war veteran began production on his film “gray state” in 2010, which was set in a dystopian near-future where civil liberties are trampled by an unrestrained government. however, in january 2015, he was found dead with his family in minneso






ohio coroner reopening investigation into 8-year-old's suicide


an ohio coroner is reopening the investigation into an 8-year-old boy's suicide. it happened in january. also, the cincinnati school district has released surveillance video showing what happened to him two days before he took his life. anna werner reports.