Werner Herzog co-directs this starkly beautiful film about a year in Siberia on the taiga
The star is convincing as a tough guy in a beat-'em-up action flick
Hypnotic groove psychedelic rock trio Mother of Fire are known for creating intensely haunting, loud, mesmerizing shows in unique environments. In DIY spaces (their favorite) art galleries, punk squats, house shows, and even rock clubs, they transport listeners visually as well as sonically. Thei ... More >>
Headshot, Unforgivable, Natural Selection, and more
â€‹Missed seeing Why? in the Mainroom on Saturday night? Here's a chance to catch them in a much more intimate and introspective setting, jamming with Dosh tonight for an improv set in the Turf Club's Clown Lounge. With Fog's Mark Erickson and Andrew Broder recently joining Why? on tour, chances are ... More >>
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For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
By Our Critics
Werner Herzog takes his hero-worship to Hollywood with 'Rescue Dawn'
Werner Herzog roars at the wild condition in 'Grizzly Man'
Why does the film festival make great movies look so bad?
The M-SPIFF's second week brings 'The World' and more
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
In 40 self-sacrificing years at the helm of the University Film Society, Al Milgrom has seen his reputation grow to mythic stature. How this grumpy old man might cope with turning over his life’s work is another story.
German director Doris Dörrie makes the temporal political--and vice versa
With julien donkey-boy, director Harmony Korine continues his tradition of making flawed but fascinatingly belligerent cinema
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
With American Movie, director Chris Smith finds the heart of cinema in the unlikely environs of Milwaukee
The confounding cinema of Werner Herzog thrusts Western society into the wilds of its own mind
Lookin' for Love: Max Schreck in F.W. Murnau's Nosferatu.
An epic retrospective sheds new light on German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder.