Comic artist Brösel trades a magic pen that helps him come up with funny stories for the promise to fulfill one of Rumpelstiltskin's wishes. The resulting animated films show episodes of the life of Werner, a plumber apprentice and motorbike enthusiast and his friends. They are interspersed with the live-action portions.
A wicked investor wants Werner's residential area razed to the ground in order to build a shopping center. However, building tycoon Günzelsen has not reckoned with Werner. Together with his master Röhrich he's planning to blow away the plumbings with a gigantic obstruction...
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Werner, Andi and Eckat play dice to determine the next king of the trio. When Werner is crowned king, he decides for all of them to skip work and start for Korsika.
is an autobiographical short film by Werner Herzog made in 1986. Herzog tells stories about his life and career. The film contains excerpts and commentary on several Herzog films, including Signs of Life, Heart of Glass, Fata Morgana, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner, Fitzcarraldo, and the Les Blank documentary Burden of Dreams. Notable is footage of a conversation between Herzog and his mentor Lotte Eisner, a photographer. In another section, he talks with mountaineer Reinhold Messner, in which they discuss a potential film project in the Himalayas to star Klaus Kinski.
March 1992, in a small town in the suburbs of Paris. During an alcohol fueled party, teenagers discover a body hidden in the bushes of a forest. A body that seems lifeless. Two weeks earlier. Simon, a 16 year-old teenager, has not shown up for class. Blood stains are found in a class-room. Run-away, kidnap, suicide, murder? A few days later, Laetitia, a student from the same class goes missing without her parents knowing where she has gone. A young girl with no dark background or connection to Simon. The next day, Jean-Baptiste, a third student, also disappears. Rumors start to spread. The psychosis begins...
A man moves from a provincial town in western Germany to Berlin.
Having lost a bet with documentarian Errol Morris, Werner Herzog eats his shoe.
Shortly before the end of WWII: While he is fighting at the Eastern front, private Werner Holt looks back on his still young life – especially his long-time friendship with former classmate Gilbert Wolzow, who is now Werner′s commanding officer. Both men used to be fanatic Nazi followers, but since Holt witnessed a massacre conducted by SS troops and the execution of a friend, he has begun to question the regime. He saves a Slovakian woman who is to be executed, and finally openly opposes Wolzow.
He's known as "Tyrol's Zappa" and a "real anarchist." Whether folk music, jazz or what's known as serious music, Werner "Preisegott" Pirchner has in a creative way greatly expanded upon the limited acoustic range of his homeland, enriching it with some unfamiliar sounds from around the globe. Whoever comes into contact with him, such as Josef Hader and Tobias Moretti, can sense the power of his music, lets it carry them away, and embraces it wholeheartedly.
This portrait, drawn by Wolf Gremm, shows Rainer Werner Fassbinder both as an actor - taking the leading role in the film "KAMIKAZE 1989", also directed by Wolf Gremm - and as a director working on "QUERELLE", his adaption of the work by Jean Genet.
Werner Schroeter was one of the most significant proponents of New German Cinema. Schroeter was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. In her film, Elfi Mikesch, who photographed a number of Schroeter’s films and who collaborated closely with him to create his vision, provides us with an intimate insight into Schroeter’s artistic output during the remaining four years of his life.
The film gives insight in the living conditions of Jewish citizens since 1933 in Germany and the everyday life in the concentration camps, such as in the Main camp of Auschwitz, Mauthausen and Ebensee.
The complete video of the Werner Hezog's Masterclass (conversation open to the public) at the 66th del film Locarno (16/8/2013). Herzog discusses his vision, his films, films of others and also: moving a ship over a mountain, shooting in the digital era, ethic in documentary, finding a subject for a film, acting himself, cellphones on the set, why he hates writing a screenplay for a documentary, interviews in films, a film with the biggest rooster of the world and the tiniest horse of the world, silence in cinema, and many other things.
Renowned jazz pianist Kenny Werner speaks before a live audience about his "Effortless Mastery" concept, a program he developed -- based on his popular book -- to help musicians and other creative people overcome obstacles that prevent them from tapping deeply into their creative talent. The system has had a profound impact on numerous artists, allowing them to get rid of self-consciousness, apprehension, negative inner voices and stress.
Linas Phillips pays tribute to Werner Herzog in his pledge to walk from Seattle, Washington to Herzog's Los Angeles home.
Werner Herzog shares his thoughts on Miami.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder reflects on the various stages of his career, discusses how his motives behind filmmaking evolved up his film Despair.
Most people do not know when and how they will die. Death row inmates do. They are told the exact day, hour and minute of their death, including all the precise details, procedures and rituals of their execution.