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Untouched for 20,000 years, the awe-inspiring Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc cave in Southern France is now brought to life in 3D by visionary German director Werner Herzog.

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Controversial director Werner Herzog: No need for film schoolupdated: Fri Dec 11 2009 11:50:00

Controversial Bavarian film director Werner Herzog advises young filmmakers they don't need to go to film school, but rather explore the world on foot, and not let fear of rejection keep them from their dreams.

Werner Herzog at Thessalonikiupdated: Fri Dec 11 2009 11:50:00

Legendary German auteur awarded Golden Alexander for contribution to cinema, plus a report from the APSA Awards.

Review: Cage, Herzog make 'Bad' intriguingupdated: Fri Nov 20 2009 08:10:00

The sleaze, drugs and desperation allowed to fester in the heart of New York City in the 1970s and '80s may not have done much to foster civic pride, but it sure proved fertile ground for the movies, from the relative respectability of "Taxi Driver" to the low-budget schlock produced by Larry Cohen ("Q: The Winged Serpent").

The Screening Room's top 10 movie shoots from hellupdated: Thu Oct 22 2009 11:59:00

Budgets spiraling out of control; cast and crew on the verge of collapse; sets destroyed: Just a few of the catastrophes to afflict the ill-fated productions in The Screening Room's Top 10 movie shoots from hell.

Stirring the pot of controversy with film remakesupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 07:48:00

Love them or hate them, when it comes to remakes, it seems the only thing people can agree on is that they more often than not stir controversy.

Time.com: Fact to Fiction for Rescue Dawnupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 13:40:00

Director Werner Herzog revists the story of Vietnam POW Dieter Dengler -- a tale he told a decade ago in a documentary

Entertainment Weekly: The Must Listupdated: Wed Mar 08 2006 13:36:00

Special Oscar snub edition: These 10 entries received zero nominations in categories in which they should have been shoo-ins -- "Walk the Line" gets actor and actress, but no picture? -- but they're winners to us.

EW review: 'Skeleton Key' rises above C-levelupdated: Fri Aug 12 2005 11:43:00

Zombies are, if anything, overrepresented in today's movie marketplace. Yet the spiritual tradition that invented them -- Afro-Caribbean voodoo -- rarely gets the spotlight, serving mostly as a genre backdrop for all-too-familiar stories about good-looking white people in over their heads (e.g., "Angel Heart").

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