The legendary German filmmaker and rule-flouter is teaching an online filmmaking course at MasterClass—no storyboards or yoga allowed.
Lo and Behold argues that the middle ground between devoting your life to social networks and aggressively disconnecting is becoming an impossibility.
Hungarian artist József Tasnádi gets totally surreal to commemorate a 2001 true crime horror story.
The children of the night make their music.
The Oscar-nominated director discusses his follow-up film to the critically-acclaimed "The Art of Killing."
What the hell is happening in Fairbanks, Alaska?
Not as serious as Werner Herzog, but it gets the point across.
Werner Herzog has enacted the absurd over half a century of art and life—what can self-parody mean to him?
Think you're having a good day? Think again.
London footballers being forced to be happy on request.
We talked to the filmmaker behind a new documentary tracking the life and times of the man who invented BASE jumping: Carl Boenish. The film, Sunshine Superman, makes use of Carl's giant archive of 16mm footage that he filmed with a helmet...
This month, Faber published A Guide for the Perplexed, a compendium of conversations between Herzog and the writer Paul Cronin. As a testament from one of the world's most prolific filmmakers, it reads almost as self-help.