Vom Gehen Im Eis (Of Walking in Ice) - journal/book
9 Biographical Movies |
2 Print Biographies |
6 Interviews |
8 Articles |
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Did You Know?
[on hypnosis] Heart of Glass
(1976), yes, I did that film with the entire cast under hypnosis. And so I taught Tim Roth
how to do it [in Invincible
(2001)] and the funny thing was that the cinematographer was looking through the eyepiece and sitting that close and all of a sudden started to weave, and I grabbed him by the hair while the scene was still running and softly shook him. So yes, if the...
In 1968, Signs of Life
(1968) won the German Film Prize and a Silver Bear as Best Debut Film at the Berlinale. The following year, Herzog organized a free alternative to the Berlinale in Wedding, a working-class district of Berlin, showing festival films at no charge for people who wouldn't ordinarily encounter independent and off-beat movies such as his own.
His films contain animals doing unusual things