Roger Ebert has said, "After twenty years of reviewing films, I haven't found another filmmaker who intrigues me more...Errol Morris is like a magician, and as great a filmmaker as Hitchcock or Fellini." More
There'll be no learning period with nuclear weapons. You make one mistake and you're going to destroy nations.
Loaned your copy of Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control to your ex? Forgot to get your dad a father's day gift? Visit the store.
Danny Elfman composed the scores for Standard Operating Procedure and The Unknown Known.
Nubar Alexanian was the still photographer for Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control, Mr. Death and The Fog of War.
Errol's latest essay—on Lincoln photography, fate, and belief—is up on the Opinionator blog at the New York Times.
Errol released November 22, 1963, a second short film with Josiah "Tink" Thompson to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Kennedy assassination. Click here to see it at the New York Times.
Errol on The Unknown Known
Errol spoke with film critic David Edelstein at DOC NYC 2013, and appeared on Huff Post Live to discuss his latest film on former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
The Murders of Gonzago
Errol published an essay on "The Act of Killing," Joshua Oppenheimer's new documentary, and reenactment at Slate.
Errol on the Colbert Report
Errol was interviewed by Stephen Colbert about Jeffrey MacDonald and the Interrotron.
Prying Open a Cold Case
David Carr surveys Errol's new book and the wilderness surrounding the MacDonald trials on the New York Times.
The Forensic Epistemologist
Lawrence Weschler cogitates with Errol about Poe, monocularity, and Kennedy on Public Books.
The Washington Post named Believing is Seeing as one of the "Notable Books of 2011".
100 Notable Books
Believing is Seeing is one of "100 Notable Books of 2011" named by the New York Times.
David Lean Lecture
Watch Errol give the annual David Lean Lecture at BAFTA's headquarters in London.
Believing is Seeing
Harvard Book Store is hosting Errol for a discussion of his book Believing is Seeing.>
Seeing is BelievingThe Brattle Theatre is playing a repertory series of Errol's films.
Investigating with a CameraErrol is giving a lecture at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Trial and ErrolAndrew Hultkrans writes about Errol's appearance at the New York Public Library for Art Forum.
Trip Down Tabloid LaneScott Thill interviews Errol about Tabloid for Wired Magazine.
Caught in Bed with a TabloidGawker's Seth Abramovitch talks to Errol about Tabloid.
Joyce McKinney at the Premiere of Tabloid
59 Minutes in Errol's Basement
New York's Billy Baker goes dumpster-diving in Errol's basement.
Errol on WBUR
Errol is interviewed by Bob Oakes about his brother Noel and the creation of e-mail.
The Flying Frog
Believing is Seeing, ReviewedPublisher's Weekly reviews Errol's new book on photography.
The Truth Is In There
Leon Neyfakh writes in the Boston Globe that when we realize everyone might be lying, most of us just give up. For Errol Morris, that’s just the beginning.
"The Film That Changed My Life"
Kevin Macdonald recounts The Thin Blue Line's game-changing innovation.
ESPN: Team Spirit
People say when you're a fan, you're a fan for life. But that may be a little shortsighted. It's Not Crazy, It's Sports.
7-11: Mobile Judge
Come watch Errol's very first commercial.
Nike: Ring Maker
The Thinking Man's Detective
Ron Rosenbaum reveals, "My favorite private-eye trick is the one I learned about from Errol Morris."
Believing Is Seeing
Thank you all for being here tonight. This is somewhat strange for me. I used to say I made movies so I could talk after screening them, but now I'm writing books so that I can talk after signing them.
The Umbrella Man
On the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Errol takes a critical look at the one man seen standing under an open black umbrella.
Errol reviewed Stephen King's latest novel, 11/22/63, for the New York Times Book Review.
And there's more: after writing the review, Errol interviewed Stephen King.
John Kusiak's soundtrack for Tabloid is available on iTunes, or stream a preview of the soundtrack at Milan Records.
Errol wrote an essay in the book Frederick Wiseman published by the Museum of Modern Art.
Images in Their Caves
Roger Ebert links to the video and writes about Werner Herzog and Errol's discusion at Toronto Film Festival.