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 screened “Three Short Films About Peace,” at Telluride. Read more in Variety
Errol was awarded a Silver Lion for his Taco Bell spots, and
Bronze Lion for his Unilever spots.
TUK was created by a director and composer who are not resting on their laurels: they're continuing to evolve. It's stunning to observe.
NPR: Errol was quizzed on Mickey Rooney, and spoke about his films.
Max Tholl spoke to Errol about 'The Unknown Known'
Adrienne Raphel: 'Competition For McDonald's, And For Ronald'
Reviews 'The Unknown Known' in "Deciphering Donald H. Rumsfeld."
Kenneth Turan: "'The Unknown Known' finds Donald Rumsfeld free of self-doubt."
Mark Feeney on The Unknown Known: "There is no more robust and searching mind at work in American film."
Dana Stevens on 'The Unknown Known': "Rumsfeld [expresses] himself in koan-like platitudes that hover over the divide between timeless wisdom and obfuscatory bullshit."
Peter Keough on The Unknown Known: "They may have once commanded the most powerful army in the world, but they should beware Errol Morris and his fearsome Interrotron."
Errol returned to The Colbert Report to discuss 'The Unknown Known'.
Errol skyped into True False F.F. to talk about 'The Unknown Known' at The Missouri Theatre.
Lorraine Carpenter: 'The Horror of (Interviewing) Donald Rumsfeld'
Zachary Zahos: 'The Incredibly Unknowable Donald Rumsfeld'
Jon Wiener: '9 Questions for Errol Morris'
Amy Menell reviews 'The Unknown Known'
Reviews 'The Unknown Known'
Joe Robberson: 'Top 12 Errol Morris Quotes About Donald Rumsfeld'
Josh Anderson on TUK (****): A must-see documentary
Gerald Peary on TUK: 'Insanely Entertaining'
Phillip Bump: 'Welcome to the Torture Apologist Renaissance'
Interview with Norman Wilner on 'The Unknown Known'
Daniel Engelke reviews 'The Unknown Known'
Brent Simon: 'Catching up with Errol Morris on The Unknown Known'
Ari Karpel: 'Errol Morris on The Value of Just Listening'
Peter Osnos on TUK: The True Subject, Smugness
Errol talks about 'The Unknown Known'
Jon Stewart: 'Back to the Torture'
Listen to a conversation with Errol on 'The Unknown Known'
Richard Cohen on Rumsfeld's Battle with Truth
Listen to Errol discuss 'The Unknown Known'
David Edelstein on The Unknown Known: 'How Do You Nail Jell-O?'
"He's Untouched by History" - Errol speaks to Katie Van Syckle about 'The Unknown Known'.
Watch Nick Gillespie and Errol discuss 'The Unknown Known'
Godfrey Cheshire: "More than any film this reviewer has seen in ages, 'The Unknown Known' richly rewards a second viewing."
Watch Errol's duet with Ivan the singing dog!
Criterion reissued 'A Brief History of Time' on Blu-ray and DVD. (March 18th)
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.