Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Screening New Herzog Movie: Museums Just Got Less Boring

LA party people, head over to the Natural History Museum on April 23 to see the new Werner Herzog movie, Cave of Forgotten Dreams. For those of you unfamiliar with the works of Herzog, he recently worked with the demented Nicholas Cage in Bad Lieutenant, and before that pieced together and narrated the documentary Grizzly Man about a bear enthusiast who got mauled while studying the apparently ferocious creatures.

Herzog has made some of the most ambitious and enthralling works of the last 40 years. This might be on the tamer side of his films, as he is making a documentary of cave paintings in France, but his style and cinematography are not to be denied. And you can tell people you went to a museum!

The film starts at 5:30, but even if the tickets sell out, there is an all-access party, with bands, at 8. For free. And as we know, everything free is good.

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