Werner Herzog

Features

Why We Can't Resist Volcanoes, According to Werner Herzog's Volcanologist

The volcano scientist behind (and front and center of) Herzog’s new documentary on how science mixes with magic, and the beautiful danger of volcanoes.
Tim Maughan
10.28.16
Features

Werner Herzog Has Met The Internet and It Is Us

In his new documentary "Lo And Behold," Werner Herzog explores the cave of never-forgotten dreams.
ALEX PASTERNACK
8.22.16
video

The Hell Of Not Being Able to Leave the Internet, As Captured By Werner Herzog

A clip from his new documentary showcases the dark side of the cloud.
ALEX PASTERNACK
8.18.16
Australia

Blood-Sucking Fish Are Raining From the Alaskan Sky

What the hell is happening in Fairbanks, Alaska?
Jordan Pearson
6.10.15
Gaming

Attempt to Text and Drive in 'SMS Racing,' a VR Game and Public Safety Statement

Not as serious as Werner Herzog, but it gets the point across.
Emanuel Maiberg
5.12.15
Australia

Australia Wants to Log in a World Heritage Rainforest

At the same time, a ton of new nominees are up for vote, including the 'Cave of Forgotten Dreams.'
Ben Richmond
6.16.14
Motherboard Blog

Werner Herzog Made a Weird Documentary About The Killers

Why did Werner Herzog decide to film a documentary and an "online concert event" featuring The Killers? Probably because American Express and VEVO paid him a lot of money. Also: why not?
Brian Merchant
9.18.12
Motherboard Blog

The Year in Interviews: Art!

_Motherboard spent much of 2011 talking to the smartest, coolest, and craziest people in tech, culture, and the web. It made for a mountain of interviews filled with knowledge direct from the source, the best of which we've collected here in the first...
Derek Mead
12.16.11
Motherboard Blog

Werner Herzog's Favorite Obscure Dutch Painter

In last year's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," Werner Herzog’s attraction to the little-known and unlikely corners of the world took him and his 3d camera to the caverns that house the world’s oldest paintings. His tastes run towards more modern art too.
ALEX PASTERNACK
11.30.11