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Wim Wenders in Paris

Wim Wenders, from Written in the West, Revisited

When the film director Wim Wenders was scouting locations for his 1984 film Paris, Texas, he captured the texture of his subject in a series of fine photographs. 177 more words

Artists, Photographers

Wim Wenders

Director Wim Wenders introduces the nearly five hour director’s cut of his film Until The End of the World at the IFC Center in New York, Sunday, August 30, 2015. 13 more words

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Social Activism & Art

This past week I ended up watching two different documentaries about artists: The Salt of the Earth & Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry. While I DO recommend you watch both movies, I don’t recommend you watching them one after the other the way I did. 366 more words


Paris, Texas

“But what that Comanche believes, ain’t got no eyes, he can’t enter the spirit-land. Has to wander forever between the winds.” -Ethan Edwards (John Wayne) in… 915 more words


2015 Blind Spot Series - "Paris, Texas"

From the film’s first scene we know that “Paris, Texas” is something unique. A sprawling overhead camera combs a sparse desert landscape to the ominous twanging of an acoustic guitar. 697 more words