Archive for tag: Grizzly Man

Grizzly Man: The Overwhelming Indifference Of Nature

5 September, 2009 (18:46) | by Sean Axmaker, Documentary, Werner Herzog | By: Sean Axmaker

It’s easy to see why Werner Herzog was so fascinated by Timothy Treadwell, the former beach bum turned self-made wildlife activist and grizzly bear guardian who spent thirteen summers living amidst the grizzly bears of the Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska until he, along with his girlfriend and traveling partner, Amie Huguenard, was […]

On Staring Into the Camera: Aguirre and Bears

4 September, 2009 (15:41) | by Robert Horton, Werner Herzog | By: Robert Horton

(This piece was presented as lecture to a general audience at the Seattle Art Museum following a screening of Aguirre, the Wrath of God. I left it as is, so it might feel more spoken than written, which was the original idea.) Near the end of Grizzly Man, Werner Herzog’s amazing documentary about a man […]