Thursday, April 18, 2013

Grizzly Man (USA: Werner Herzog, 2005)

Grizzly Man (USA: Werner Herzog, 2005: 103 mins)

Bramble, Serena. "Werner Herzog's View of Nature (video essay)." Press Play (February 13, 2015)

Carr, Jeremy. "Notebook Primer: Werner Herzog." Notebook (July 2, 2020) ["Becoming something of an existential philosopher in the process, Herzog’s career-long presentation of a mysterious, multifaceted world is an overwhelming collective exhibition. While he is not religious, his films — transcendent meditations on faith, superstition, and sublime experience — have a pronounced spiritual constitution. He finds humanity within pure chaos and mysticism in the ostensibly banal. Perhaps more than anything, however, Herzog is driven by an unceasing search for new visual encounters. As he notes when discussing the enigmatic mirages of Fata Morgana (1971), he remains occupied by a “quest for images that you haven’t really seen yet,” and, he affirms, “I’ve not stopped searching.”]

Geller, Conrad. "Grizzly Man." Cineaste (Winter 2005): Reprinted in Annual Editions: Film 07/08 158-159 [Available in BCTC Library PN1993 A6285]

Harrison, Robert Pogue and Werner Herzog. "Werner Herzog Visits Another Look: The Movie!" Another Look (February 18, 2016)

Noys, Benjamin. "Antiphusis: Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man." Film-Philosophy 11.3 (November 2007)

Odorico, Stefano. Werner Herzog Between Documentary and Fiction Offscreen (March 31, 2010)

Palmer, Landon. "6 Filmmaking Tips From Errol Morris." Film School Rejects (September 25, 2013)

"Werner Herzog Links inc Youtube Fest." Film Studies for Free (April 20, 2009)

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