|2008||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Documentary Feature||Encounters at the End of the World||Nominated|
|2008||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Documentary||Encounters at the End of the World||Nominated|
|1991||Venice International Film Festival||Special Osella d'oro||Schrei Aus Stein||Won|
|1982||Cannes Film Festival||Best Director||Fitzcarraldo||Won|
|1968||Berlin International Film Festival||Silver Bear - Special Jury Prize||Signs of Life||Won|
by Kelly Woo
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog has trained his lens on a serious new subject: texting while driving. Herzog teamed up with AT&T to make "From One Second to the Next," a harrowing and haunting 30...
by Christopher Rosen
If you were taken aback when it was announced that acclaimed director Werner Herzog would play the villain in the next Tom Cruise movie, 'One Shot,' you're not the only one. Of course, that possible trepidation doesn't extend the...
by Moviefone Staff
Werner Herzog has the reputation of being a top-notch director and extreme badass (during a 2006 interview, Herzog was accidentally shot, but continued the interview nonetheless). Now Herzog will get a chance to display his...
by The Editors at IndieWire
Today on indieWIRE, we told you what to watch out for next month, we spoke with up-and-comer Ami Canaan Mann, director of the Venice entry 'Texas Killing Fields,' and much more. The 9 Indie Films You Must See This...