Episode 73: Werner Herzog wants the Orson Welles Deal
Unofficial Canon: A Star Wars Podcast
Brendan and Tavin begin their overview of The Mandalorian season 1 and season 2. They only get a little side-tracked. Grab a beverage, get comfy and get ready for a deep-dive.www.facebook.com/UnofficialCanonPodcast/ www.patreon.com/UnofficialCanonSpecial Thanks to our Patrons:- Josh
PHILOSOPHY OF WERNER HERZOG (with Niklas Forsberg, Antony Fredriksson, and Hugo Strandberg)
In this episode, Niklas Forsberg, Antony Fredriksson, and Hugo Strandberg discuss the philosophy of Werner Herzog in light of Antony's recently published paper titled "Werner Herzog and the Documentary as a Revelatory Practice" (The Philosophy of Werner Herzog  edited by M. Blake & Christopher Turner, Lexington Books)
Ember & Vera welcome Rose Gunn (Flower Guardian on YouTube) to talk about the Herzogian Man vs. Nature conflict of Jackass, gay sex, and the time Vera moved Paris Hilton's pig because Sofia Coppola told her to. Plus a Jackass Dare! Bits discussed include The Fire Hose, Stilt Boxing, Big Wheel Craze 2, and more. Follow Rose @RIPcinema on Twitter!
Two big names on the show this week, David Byrne, who has teamed up with Spike Lee to make a captivating concert film of his Broadway show American Utopia, and Werner Herzog who has made an unconventional doco about comets and meteorites for Apple TV.
In this special interview episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe chat with legendary filmmaker Werner Herzog and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer about their new documentary "Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds," which deals with meteors and comets and their influence on ancient religions and other cultural and physical impacts they've had on Earth. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The legendary filmmaker teams up with British geoscientist Clive Oppenheimer to explain how meteorites — what they call ”visitors from darker worlds” — have shaped societies throughout history.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've Got Mail #43 | Where to Begin with Werner Herzog!
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Werner Herzog has directed more than 70 films, but Family Romance LLC is the first he's directed in Japanese, a language he doesn't speak.The film is about a real-life Japanese company, Family Romance LLC, that rents out fathers and other loved ones to families in need.Herzog himself was fatherless from a very young age, but he says that isn't what attracted him to Family Romance LLC. In fact, he says, he and his brother appreciated not having a father.He also tells fathers how to talk with their children, tells moms how to get their sons to get rid of their motorcycles, and endorses this viral video.If you like this one, share it with someone in your family, real or imaginary. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.