Grizzly Man: How Documentaries Speak | Video Essay

Werner Herzog’s documentary, Grizzly Man, is about Timothy Treadwell, a man who spent thirteen summers living in an Alaskan State park with grizzly bears and who, on the last of these excursions, was killed by one. In this video essay, Joel explores how the film acts as a meeting ground, a place for Treadwell and Herzog—two men who never met in real life—to connect through the art of filmmaking.

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