Filmmaking / Directing : 24 Life Lessons for Filmmakers from Werner Herzog by Darren A. Furniss

Darren A. Furniss

24 Life Lessons for Filmmakers from Werner Herzog

24 Life Lessons for Filmmakers from Werner Herzog
24 Life Lessons for Filmmakers from Werner Herzog
Werner Herzog has dedicated his life not only to creating uncompromising films, but uncompromising filmmakers as well. In a career that spans over half a century, the Munich-born director has made it…
Richard "RB" Botto

He's simply awesome, Darren. Quite the talent and character. Thanks for sharing.

Darren A. Furniss

He truly is.

Steven Bray

My Favorite: Day one is the point of no return.

Richard "RB" Botto

So many gems.

Mark Elias

Great read

Mark Elias

Agreed!

Vladimir Skomarovsky

Werner Herzog, similar to Kurosawa, Bergman and Tarkovsky, hides the intent by teasing audience with scenes that have visual power and often deceptive dialog. Visual story gradually takes over the verbal conflict. Most dialogs are the mental cover for the hidden intent. Obvious and hidden merge at the catharses.

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