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Andrew Keen @ Networking Nations´ Event "The Human and the Machine" (Berlin 2017)
Spannende Keynote am ersten Tag des Digital Festivals 2017 in Zürich, Schweiz:
Andrew Keen (Autor und Unternehmer) «How to fix the future»
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Werner Herzog says his politics are wrapped up in his filmmaking. The German director says that, while he may not weigh in on political issues regularly, he finds ways to explore issues through his films. (Sept. 12)
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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 (for four days).
Herzog 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, THE WRATH OF GOD (1972), NOSFERATU (1978), FITZCARRALDO (1982), LESSONS OF DARKNESS (1992), LITTLE DIETER NEEDS TO FLY (1997), MY BEST FIEND (1999), INVINCIBLE (2000), GRIZZLY MAN (2005), ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD (2007), and CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS (2011).
Herzog has published more than a dozen books of prose, and directed as many operas.
Moderated by Visiting Artists Series founder Jonah Zeiger Recorded on 1/9/12 Produced by an entirely student crew at DePaul University Faculty Producer Jonah Zeiger Production Stage Manager Angie Gaffney Floor Manager Amanda Pfliedger Theatre Manager & Media Operator Chris Vinopal Audio Supervisor Rob Steel Media Supervisor Sharon Mooney Savvas Paritsis Video Director Matt Lloyd Camera Operators Brad Cannady, Peg Bang, Miguel Torres, Key Sound Derek Katzer Sound Crew Jacqui Bilder, Morgan Madison, Peter Moxley, Joseph Kosty Still Photographer Lucas Cellars House Manager Nick Helfers Running Crew…
From the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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 till 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.
In this conversation at the Red Bull Music Academy New York Festival 2017, presented as part of our Director Series and hosted at the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Herzog spoke about his unexpected love for Disney’s The Lion King, his relationship with Florian Fricke and dispensed plentiful anecdotes on the music that has appeared in, informed and inspired his films.
TOPICS: 9:21 - Sardinian music and meeting Ernst Reijseger 17:57 - Creating space with music 37:00 - Collaborating with Popol Vuh 51:03 - Not paying attention to music 58:44 - Using silence in film 1:26:15 - Not being pedantic with music
FILMS: 7:32 - Hearsay of the Soul 15:30 - Into the Inferno Opening Sequence 22:01 - Forget Everything https://vimeo.com/219304513 27:55 - Little Dieter Needs to Fly End Sequence 33:33 - Padre Padrone Excerpt https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEpAEk9eHcY 38:41 - Aguirre, The Wrath of God Opening Sequence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dbBur…
https://www.facebook.com/iucinema http://www.cinema.indiana.edu/ This is a brief interview that was shot during Werner Herzog’s five-day visit to Indiana University for a Patten Lectureship and film series at Indiana University Cinema in September, 2012. Details for the events can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cinema.indiana.edu%2F%3Fpost_type%3Dseries%26p%3D2811&redir_token=vK1UOxAj0eGJg4d0mDdlV9k9KSp8MTUwODQ4MjY4NEAxNTA4Mzk2Mjg0&v=19jGdktyGgk&event=video_description Compliments to Joseph Toth and his team!
Draw up a list of the greatest living film makers and Werner Herzog would surely occupy a prominent place. He is reponsible for some of the most wildly beautiful images captured on film. If you’ve seen Fitzcarraldo you won’t have forgotten the steamship being hauled over a mountain. He’s seen as the film industry’s obsessive genius; the director who once threatened to shoot his lead actor to prevent him quitting. After five decades making movies is Werner Herzog’s love of film as intense as ever?
Credits Interviewed Guests - Werner Herzog Stipetić Interviewer - Stephen Sackur
After accepting the Le Carrosse d’Or award from the Directors’ Fortnight in May, 2017, we had the chance to sit down with German director Werner Herzog for an expansive conversation concerning his recent works, the ongoing evolution of cinema, and the apocalypse.
MUBI is showing an extensive Werner Herzog retrospective in France from May 18 - December 22, 2017: http://mubi.io/2rzorea.
Special thanks to Ben Simington.
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