The Caves of Forgotten Dreams

Werner Herzog is a master director. He’s brought us such films as Grizzly Man and Encounters at the End of the World. This morning I came across the trailer for his next film, Caves of Forgotten Dreams, and it looks spectacular.

The documentary follows a spelunking crew that drops into a long forgotten cave that was re-discovered back in 1994. Inside the cave is an array of amazing artwork, some of which dates back more than 30,000 years. Even more impressive is the sophistication of that artwork for the time that it was created.

Check out the trailer below and then look for the film to be released sometime this spring and in 3D no less. Can’t wait to check this one out.

Cave of Forgotten Dreams from Nate Calloway on Vimeo.

Kraig Becker

1 thought on “The Caves of Forgotten Dreams”

  1. After watching this clip i really can not wait for this movie to be release. While watching it i was feeling that i am roaming in those caves and the whole experience was very chilling and thrilling.

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