Werner Herzog

Fever Dreams: Two weeks in the jungle with Werner Herzog

By Callum Costello

A personal diary from a filmmaking workshop in Peru, hosted by the legendary German director.

Werner Herzog’s ski jumping film is essential viewing this Winter Olympics

By Harry Harris

The German director’s 1974 short The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner shows why sport is so compelling.

What does Werner Herzog’s nihilist penguin teach us about life?

By Tim Cooke

Encounters at the End of the World features one of the great existential moments in modern cinema.

Watch the trailer for Werner Herzog’s Queen of the Desert

By Jack Godwin

Nicole Kidman stars in this true story of a woman who defied an empire.

What’s the strangest thing Werner Herzog has ever done for a movie?

By Little White Lies

Two writers make their case for the most eccentric moment in the director’s career.

Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Werner Herzog explores how the internet has shaped the modern world in this information heavy doc.

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Salt and Fire – first look review

By Elena Lazic

Michael Shannon and Werner Herzog reunite for this intriguing and highly allegorical eco thriller.

Into the Inferno – first look review

By Manuela Lazic

Werner Herzog goes head to head with the volcanoes of the world in this new, globe-trotting doc.

25 films to look forward to in 2016

By Little White Lies

Check out this selection of upcoming cinematic treasures we’re excited to see over the next six months.

Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

By David Jenkins

Werner Herzog’s 1972 masterpiece returns to the big screen, which is a cause for major celebration.

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My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done

By Laurence Boyce

This is familiar territory for Werner Herzog – a compelling crime drama and intriguing character study rolled into one.

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Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans

By Josh Winning

A wildly entertaining off-kilter crime thriller from the dream team pairing of Werner Herzog and Nic Cage.

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Encounters at the End of the World

By Matt Bochenski

As an observational study of people and place, Werner Herzog’s documentary is truly fascinating.

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