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The sci-fi fantasy film THE WILD BLUE YONDER (D/GB/F 2005) is a   prime example of Werner Herzog's masterful and humorous interaction with fiction and reality: Documentary material, including NASA footage and spectacular underwater shots by Henry Kaiser, is combined into a ludicrous story about an alien who visits Earth after it has been abandoned to see if it could be a home. Herzog's creative work with documentary forms is explored in the recently published "Werner Herzog – An den Grenzen" (a cooperation between the Deutsche Kinemathek and the Einstein Forum). After the screening, Rüdiger Zill will talk to the artist Klara Hobza about her experiences in Herzog's Rogue Film School as well as his influence on the visual arts. (ah) (29.3.

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