We already know that Werner Herzog enjoys documentaries about adventurous and unusual Subjects – he directed several of them, including Grizzly man and Into the inferno. Its newest Project in this area is a family affair (his son Rudolph will direct it) that is thematic binds to his other current work focused on Space.
As revealed by type, the esteemed filmmaker, Mandalorians star, and Pop culture icon will executive produce and tell Last exit: space, a documentary about the growth of mankind Dynamic towards space colonization which should go into production in the fall. In a statement on trade, Rudolph Herzog said: “The film will raise the question of whether we should really project our hopes into our galaxy because we believe there might be a place out there that could protect us humans when the earth’s resources are exhausted …I look forward to working with Werner to find an answer. “
How it happens Werner Herzog’s most recent documentary as a director Fireball: Visitors from darker worlds –an exploration of Made meteors with his frequent collaborator Clive Oppenheimer. It just screened (and streamed) at the Toronto International Film Festival but will be available at some point Apple TV +.
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