Herzog treat at Palais de Glace
A special feature on German filmmaker Werner Herzog — considered a top figure within the New German Cinema movement — will take place at BA’s Palais de Glace from July 18 to August 17.
Some of Herzog’s best documentaries and television features will screen free of charge. Organized by Kino Palais and the Goethe Institut, the cycle will be showcased at the auditorium located at Posadas 1728 (in Recoleta) on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7pm.
Starting on Friday, July 18, the cycle will kick off with Herakles (1962) and Fata Morgana (1970,) followed on Saturday by Massnahmen gegen Fanatiker (1969,) La Soufrière (1977) and Ballade vom kleinen Soldaten (1984.) Sunday 20 will feature the documentary Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit (1971.)
Echos aus einem düsteren Reich (1990,) Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes (1972,) Fitzcarraldo (1981,) Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997,) Julianes Sturz in den Dschungel (2000) and Glocken aus der Tiefe (1993) are some of the other titles to be included in the cycle.