Werner Herzog

Influential German Filmmaker
Werner Herzog, born September 5, 1942, in Munich, Germany, is a celebrated filmmaker, actor, opera director, and author. A key figure in New German Cinema, Herzog's work is known for its examination of ambitious protagonists, unusual talents, and human conflict with nature. Famed for eschewing traditional storyboarding in favor of improvisation and placing cast and crew in real-life scenarios, his filmography spans across genres, reflecting his versatile talent. Herzog's unique approach and contributions to cinema have earned him a place...

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