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    The Films Of Werner Herzog: A Retrospective

    It was 2011 when we first attempted our own "Fitzcarraldo"-like endeavor in writing a comprehensive retrospective on the films of the notoriously prolific Werner Herzog. Since then, not only has he added six or so more titles to his filmography, he's been feverishly at work on the seventh—the much-a...

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    Interview: Producer Michael Gruskoff on the Foreign Language Academy Award and International Hollywood

    To listen to renowned Hollywood producer Michael Gruskoff talk about his experiences with some of the most legendary directors around, is an awe-inspiring experience. In a business so reluctant to taking chances that might represent financial loss, Gruskoff has placed it all on the line in order to ...

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    Werner Herzog Talks His 1979 Classic ‘Nosferatu The Vampyre,’ Respect For ‘Twilight,’ & His Mad Idea For A Children’s Book

    For many reasons, Werner Herzog’s 1979 vampire tale “Nosferatu the Vampyre” is a classic effort in the prolific filmmaker’s body of work, not least of which because it features Klaus Kinski, Herzog’s legendary muse and tempestuous collaborator, at his most tranquil and genuinely creepy. “It was clea...

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