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National Cinemas: Wings of Desire and Paris, Texas

A note: Technically, Wings of Desire is the only one of these two films in the German language and the only which takes place in Germany, but both are thematically very similar and so interconnected it seemed inappropriate to reflect on one without the other. 1,692 more words


Wim Wenders on Claire Denis

Later this month we publish The Films of Claire Denis: Intimacy at the Border. Edited by Marjorie Vecchio, and including interviews with Denis’ crew and the director herself, this volume throws breathtaking insight on the work and critical impact of one of the most challenging and respected of contemporary filmmakers. 1,203 more words

Visual Culture


Exuberant, sparkling, and wondrously surreal, Pina is a spectacular show of stagecraft; a richly cinematic homage to modern dance and one of its premier authors; and an inspired simulacrum – a jewel-box that contains more of choreographer Pina Bausch’s kinetic soul than film has any right to. 535 more words


Global Showbiz Briefs: Berlin Sets Wim Wenders Homage; BBC Two Orders 'Stonemouth' & UK's First Transgender Series; More

The 65th Berlin International Film Festival will dedicate an homage to Wim Wenders and present him with an Honorary Golden Bear for his lifetime achievement. Since his 1970 debut… 461 more words


Berlin Film Festival to Honor Wim Wenders with Honorary Golden Bear

LONDON — The 65th Berlin Intl. Film Festival is to fete German filmmaker Wim Wenders with an homage and present him with an honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement. 317 more words


'Paris, Texas' Blu-ray Review

‘Paris, Texas’ is a film directed by Wim Wenders and the blu-ray is released courtesy of the Criterion Collection. Watching this film reminded me that Wim Wenders has a great vision for family relationships, and that he can make great films from simple ideas. 32 more words


Wim Wenders: 4 minute Master Class

Wim Wenders opens up about the highs and lows of being a director.

“My toughest moment as a director, believe it or not, was my moment of great glory, at least until them. 141 more words

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