Errol Morris

Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker

Guest

Errol Morris is an Academy-award winning filmmaker, best known for Thin Blue Line, Gates of Heaven, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara and The Unknown Known: The Life and Times of Donald Rumsfeld.

Errol Morris on KCRW

For his new documentary project  Wormwood , filmmaker Errol Morris spent days interviewing Erik Olson, a man who grew up believing his father Frank -- an Army scientist with…

Director Errol Morris on 'Wormwood'

For his new documentary project Wormwood , filmmaker Errol Morris spent days interviewing Erik Olson, a man who grew up believing his father Frank -- an Army scientist with…

from The Business

Filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his famed interview device, the interrotron, which allows the subjects of his films to maintain eye contact both with the camera and him during the…

Errol Morris

Filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his famed interview device, the interrotron, which allows the subjects of his films to maintain eye contact both with the camera and him during the…

from The Business

In Errol Morris' Oscar-winning film,  The Fog of War , former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was conscience-stricken over the war in Vietnam.

Rumsfeld Gets the Errol Morris Treatment

In Errol Morris' Oscar-winning film, The Fog of War , former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was conscience-stricken over the war in Vietnam.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Streaming services are constantly looking for ways to fight churn, which is when viewers sign up for a service and then drop it after they’ve watched a particular show.

from Hollywood Breakdown

In a recent spate of actors and singers — including Armie Hammer, Gina Carano, Marilyn Manson — getting in trouble for past or current behavior, talent agencies are figuring out how to…

from Hollywood Breakdown

The central and southern U.S. is still reeling from a winter storm that brought snow, ice, and the coldest temperatures in decades.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown

The Golden Globes are this weekend, and the days of the awards ceremony being a small funky party are long gone.

from Hollywood Breakdown

From Bronze Age farmers to New World colonialists, land ownership has been prized, sought after, inherited and fought over.

from Life Examined

Josh Barro and Ken White talk about if another Trump campaign would be a useful shield against legal issues, and more.

from All the Presidents' Lawyers

Films like “Palmer,” released on Apple+ in late January, are redefining how global audiences understand gender constructs in previously unthinkable ways.

from Scheer Intelligence

Warren Olney talks about the blackout during the Texas deep freeze with meteorologist John Morales and USC energy expert Kelly Sanders.

from To the Point