The short film was created by the Orange Open Movie Project studio in Amsterdam during 2005/2006, bringing together a diverse team of artists and developers from all over the world. More about the project...
At the October 2010 Blender Conference, Wolfgang Draxinger presented his re-render of ED in stereo 3d. Since then you can find this stereo version film youtube or vimeo, but I kept forgetting to put the links to the full HD downloads here too:
We have given the folks at Xiph, the developers and custodians of the various Ogg video and audio compression codecs, a lossless copy of the Elephants Dream audio and video, as FLAC files and a PNG sequence, and they are hosting BitTorrent downloads of them on their server.
Update 28 June: We now have downloadable versions of the making of available. 3gp, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV versions (Austria) MPEG4, 100MB (Netherlands) MPEG2, 550MB (Netherlands)
Werner Herzog is cult! Celebrated as a director and with his work premiering at international film festivals, Herzog stands not only for his non-conformist attitude among cineastes, but is also highly popular among the internet-savvy generation.
\"As a child,\" writes Werner Herzog, \"I was convinced I would not reach my eighteenth year.\" It turned out differently. Werner Herzog's long-awaited memoir recounts a life of the century that wouldn't even fit into one of his own famous films.
The great filmmaker Werner Herzog,in his first novel,tells the incredible story of Hiroo Onoda,a Japanese soldier who defended a small island in the Philippines for twenty-nine years after the end of World War II
The great author and filmmaker Werner Herzog met the man with this special past himself in Japan. His first book in many years is a glowing,moving pictorial dance of the sense and nonsense of our existence.
The 79-year-old director,producer and author is one of the most important and influential filmmakers worldwide. His films are considered densely narrated masterpieces that blur the line between fiction and documentary. As a director,he thus creates style-defining documentary works that are often dedicated to the elemental force of nature,the attraction of distant places or the depths of the human condition. The prize was awarded as part of the SWR Doku Festival on June 24,2022.
Werner Herzog was born in Munich on September 5, 1942. He grew up in a remote mountain village in Bavaria and studied History and German Literature in Munich and Pittsburgh.He made his first film in 1961 at the age of 19. Since then he has produced, written, and directed more than sixty feature- and documentary films, such as Aguirre der Zorn Gottes (AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD, 1972), Nosferatu Phantom der Nacht (NOSFERATU, 1978), FITZCARRALDO (1982), Lektionen in Finsternis (LESSONS OF DARKNESS, 1992), LITTLE DIETER NEEDS TO FLY (1997), Mein liebster Feind (MY BEST FIEND, 1999), INVINCIBLE (2000), GRIZZLY MAN (2005), ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD (2007), Die Höhle der vergessenen Träume (CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS, 2010).Werner Herzog has published more than a dozen books of prose, and directed as many operas.Werner Herzog lives in Munich and Los Angeles.
There are many films made on Werner Herzog, his work and his life. Some of them have been produced with Werner Herzog's participation or guidance.In this section you will find the two films by Christian Weisenborn \"I Am My Films\" of 1976 and the follow up \"I Am My Films Part II\" of 2010 as well as the famous documentaries \"Burden of Dreams\" and \"Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe\" by Les Blank.
In this section you will find more than 600 images, film stills as well as working photos, in high resolution quality and metadata.The images are provided by our archive, the Deutsche Kinemathek in Berlin.
This new mastered DVD Box Set contains 22 documentaries and shorts by Werner Herzog from the period 1962 till 2005. The Box Set is produced by Werner Herzog Film, supervised by producer Lucki Stipetic. The edition also offers four documentaries by other filmmakers about Werner Herzog and his work. Almost all of the films in this Box Set are remastered from the original negatives in the finest quality available. All films contain optional subtitles in 10 different languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Arabic, Italian, Turkish
Christian Weisenborn and Werner Herzog know each other for more than 40 years. Weisenborn's first film on Werner Herzog titled \"I am my films\" (1976-78) covers Herzog's beginning as a filmmaker. The new film is a sequel titled \"I am my films, part 2 (30 years later)\" in which Weisenborn talks about Werner Herzog as a documentarian of the past 30 years. 1e1e36bf2d