Episode 044: Grizzly Man

For nearly sixty years, Werner Herzog has been a force in world cinema, serving as an inspiration to both mainstream and independent filmmakers alike with his strange combination of radical daring and gentle humanism - especially in the world of documentary film, where he made a mark with experimental work likeLessons in Darkness and Fata Morgana, and upset his contemporaries with his 'Minnesota Declaration' against Cinema Verite which argued for blurring the lines between fact and fiction in the service of truth. But MG argues that he topped himself with his 2005 masterpiece - the bittersweet, funny, and inspiring Grizzly Man! #MartiniGiant

Episode 044: Grizzly Man