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    Watch: Powerful 35-Minute Werner Herzog Doc 'From One Second To The Next' About Texting While Driving

    Earlier this year, Werner Herzog dropped a bracing, eye-opening commercial/PSA that addressed the dangers of texting while driving. It was much more powerful than these kinds of projects usually are, and rather remarkably, he's upped his game one notch further.

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    Watch: Here's Werner Herzog's New 35-Minute Doc on the Dangers of Texting While Driving

    The ever prolific Werner Herzog is back with the wrenching 35-minute documentary "From One Second to the Next," which you can view in its entirety on YouTube. The film expands on a series of short videos Herzog directed for a public awareness campaign in an effort to curb the practice of texting whi...

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    Contest: Win 'Act Of Killing' Poster Signed By Executive Producer Werner Herzog & Director Joshua Oppenheimer

    A film that first astounded and terrified us when we saw it at the Berlin International Film Festival earlier this year, and has shaken nearly every team member at The Playlist who's caught up with it since, Joshua Oppenheimer's documentary "The Act Of Killing" is one of the most unforgettable cinem...

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    Enlist Werner Herzog for a Campaign Video and Make Your Organic Spiced Fennel Salt Kickstarter Goal Quickly

    While the Kickstarter goal for Angelo Garro's Omnivore Salt, "a family recipe that makes food taste better," has not yet been raised, its campaign has made half its goal in just three days, with thirty-six days to go. Garro is looking to market his spiced salt, which we can only be sure includes so...

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    Review: Harrowing 'Act of Killing' Is the Most Unsettling Movie About Mass Murder Since 'Shoah'

    In Joshua Oppenheimer's "The Act of Killing," a pair of gangsters responsible for murdering an untold number of suspected communists in the years following the 1965 overthrow of the Indonesian government get the chance to recount their experiences. At first showing no visible remorse, the men boast ...

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    Locarno Film Festival Announces 2013 Lineup

    The Locarno Film Festival unveiled its lineup today, marking the first edition programmed under leadership of new artistic director Carlo Chatrian. The program includes a 20-film international competition, 18 of which are world premieres.

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    WATCH: Werner Herzog and Errol Morris Discuss Genocide Doc 'The Act of Killing' (VIDEO)

    Any film with the names Werner Herzog and Errol Morris attached as co-executive producers is enough for cinephiles to run to the theater en masse. But Joshua Oppenheimer's masterful genocide documentary "The Act of Killing" is an unmissable film on its own terms.

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    Watch: Werner Herzog and Errol Morris Talk About One of the Most Chilling Films Ever Made, 'The Act of Killing'

    When Joshua Oppenheimer brought his ambitious and incredibly chilling documentary "The Act of Killing" to Toronto and Telluride last year, he came to those fests with Errol Morris and Werner Herzog signed on as Executive Producers. That piqued a lot of interest, but what really got people talking w...

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    Les Blank Friends Bid Documentarian a Festive Farewell (November 27, 1935 -- April 7, 2013)

    Of course it's a cliche to say that the honoree at a memorial service would have enjoyed it -- but in Les Blank's case, it's impossible to avoid. The party was designed by Les' two sons, Harrod and Beau, and Team Blank, a host of friends and supporters, to encompass many of the pursuits that Les del...

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    Watch: Wim Wenders' 1982 Documentary 'Room 666' Talks with Godard, Herzog, Fassbinder, Spielberg, Antonioni and More

    Check out this strangely hypnotic stream-of-thought documentary essay, "Room 666," made by Wim Wenders at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival. The 44-minute film features thoughts on cinema from an impressive roster of filmmakers: Jean-Luc Godard, fellow New German Cinema directors Werner Herzog and Raine...

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