Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Sundance: Werner Herzog on His Movie About the Internet—Which He Hardly Uses (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

“My dream at Sundance to take off from the Olympic ramp on skis remains unfulfilled," Werner Herzog says of his doc "Lo and Behold"'s sale to Magnolia Pictures, "but I am even more exhilarated by the fact that my film now is taking flight through Magnolia." Waiting outside the Indiewire photo booth at Sundance for Herzog, his reputation precedes him. Viggo Mortensen, about to do a panel for "Captain Fantastic," is eager to meet him, and introduces the wind-blown filmmaker to all his screen children. We repair to a quieter room at the Chase Sapphire Lounge, but are eventually driven out by the noise.  The film features ten conversations with Herzog...

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