Arguably one of the greatest living filmmakers, who battled Klaus Kinski on the set of Aguirre, Wrath of God, dragged a ship over a hill for Fitzcarraldo and famously ate his own shoe on film after a losing bet, joins us to discuss his acclaimed career. His body of work includes over 60 films, on subjects as diverse as death row, Antarctica, the internet, volcanoes and bears, and his latest doc, Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin, explores the life of the famous travel writer and is screening at the festival.
Tickets for this talk are available from Sheffield Theatres
Supported by BBC Arts
PLEASE NOTE THE START TIME OF THIS TALK HAS RECENTLY CHANGED TO 10:00AM (IT WAS PREVIOUSLY AT 11:00AM).
Nomad: In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin directed by Werner Herzog, is screening at the festival.
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This session will be BSL interpreted.