Werner Herzog is most well-known for his revered and often shocking documentaries that show the cruel reality of nature. His filmography is extensive, and over the years he has become a cult figure in the world of cinema.
The Munich-born director, actor and writer has won numerous awards for his work, most notably for his 1982 film Fitzcarraldo, and more recently for his touching and disturbing film Grizzly Man in 2005, among many others.
As part of the International Literature Festival Dublin, Herzog will be interviewed live in The National Concert hall on May 21 at 7pm.
Tickets start at €22.50, and are available here.