Herzog was nominated for the Academy Awards in 2009 for his documentary, Encounters at the End of the World, which presents a never-before-seen perspective of Antarctica, its people and landscape.
What does ENCEW stand for?
ENCEW stands for Encounters at the End of the World (film)
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Watch Encounters At The End Of The World Film-maker Werner Herzog explores the world's most remote research facility, the McMurdo base in Antarctica.
Encounters at the End of the World (15): Werner Herzog explores Antarctica.
ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD (Cert U, 101mins) **** Starring: Werner Herzog The legendary director heads to Antarctica to film the continent and the people who live there.