Interview With "Cave Of Forgotten Dreams" Director Werner Herzog | Matt's Movie Reviews

Known as one of the world’s most renowned and prolific filmmakers, German born director/ writer/ producer and all around genuine character Werner Herzog has covered the spectrum of the human condition in both feature and documentary films, with titles such as Aguirre: The Wrath of God, Fitzcarraldo and Grizzly Man part of Herzog’s impressive body of work.

Herzog’s latest film is Cave of Forgotten Dreams, a 3D documentary which explores the ancient mystery of the Chauvet Cave, an area in Southern France first discovered in 1994 that contains the oldest cave paintings known to man.

With a small crew, the latest 3D technology and a limited amount of time Herzog explored the Chauvet Cave, taking in its time defying beauty and pondering whether this was the place which marked mans attainment of the human soul.

Matt’s Movie Reviews was fortunate to speak to Werner Herzog in a direct call to his Los Angeles residence about Cave of Forgotten Dreams, the rise of 3D in cinema, and hi...

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