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MUSIC FOR "EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE": Watch how Göteborgs Symfoniker record music for Wim Wender's new movie!

As often the movie is rather moody and melancholic. German director Wim Wender’s new film “Everything Will Be fine” also brings you a special soundtrack. 38 more words


Paris, Texas

Dir. Wim Wenders, 1984



Wim Wenders Photographs  

WSN at the Berlinale International Film Festival #2: "Every Thing Will Be Fine"

By Ariana DiValentino

Wim Wenders, the veteran filmmaker behind the masterful classics “Paris, Texas” and “Wings of Desire,” was not only the subject of this year’s Homage series at the Berlinale, but also debuted a new film of his own within the competition series: “Every Thing Will Be Fine,” a 3-D drama starring James Franco as a brooding writer who, in a tragic accident, hits and kills a child with his car. 560 more words


Top 10 Favorite Films (Thus Far)

  1. Wings of Desire (1987), Directed by Wim Wenders

An intimate portrayal of the common citizens of Berlin through the eyes of an angel who wishes nothing more than to be among them. 370 more words

Ingmar Bergman

Paris, Texas (1984)

‘Do you think he still loves her?’.

‘How would I know  that Hunter?’.

‘I think he does’

This film was recommended to me during a class on Dissociative Disorders. 304 more words


The parable of the credits

It would be an understatement to say that I didn’t get on well with Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice. But I did stay until the end of the film, all the way to the credits, at which point I was unexpectedly rewarded by the sound of a record that I sometimes think would be the one I’d save from a burning house: Chuck Jackson’s “Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird)”. 282 more words