In January I was lucky to get a ticket for Werner Herzog's recent conversation with Paul Holdengraber in London - the atmosphere was electric and like going to a gig. From Death Row to Romanticism the talk was in-depth and inspiring as Paul's a great interviewer and brings in much humour as they've talked together publicly many times before. (Indeed Paul's podcast interviews from the New York Public Library are well worth a listen - I've started with Mike Tyson! http://www.nypl.org/node/121031)
I've watched some Herzog before (Grizzly Man - I'm always fascinated by stuff looking at our changing collective and individual relationship with nature and animals) - and am now catching up on what else I've missed. This will be helped by the hefty tome of A Guide to the Perplexed - by another Paul, Paul Cronin in conversation with Herzog - just out in hardback by Faber and Faber.