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Slow homecoming by Peter Handke

Slow homecoming by Peter Handke

Austrian fiction

Original title – Langsame Heimkehr

Translator – Ralph Manheim

Source – Library book

I was so surprised when I looked back and saw I hadn’t review a single novel by Peter  Handke in the time I have been running the blog, although he was a writer i read a lot years ago before his more controversal years when he support certain leaders in the Balkan war. 675 more words


Sebastião Salgado

The beautiful lifework of the 71 year old Brazilian photographer in his new book „Genesis“. 283 more words


Sugestões de fim-de-semana

Uma história de amor para quem ama o amor. Laura Almeida Azevedo sugere o seu recente Apetece(s)-me, editado pela Marcador.

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What makes Wim Wenders such a pivotal figure in German cinema

From the dusty desolation of Paris, Texas to the sizzling stages of Buena Vista Social Club, the TIFF Bell Lightbox is taking us On The Road with Wim Wenders… 99 more words


Best of Criterion's New Release, January 2016

Happy January! The start of the new year is always rough for moviegoers, unless they’re out to catch up on Golden Globe and Academy Award nominees; this is the month that studios use to dump out their garbage, for the most part, so you’re probably knocking out your last few “must-sees” from the previous year if you’re going to the movies at all. 60 more words


Embankment Nabs Wim Wenders' 'Submergence' With Alicia Vikander, James McAvoy

U.K. sales banner Embankment has acquired Wim Wenders’ “Submergence,” an epic love story with Oscar-nominated Alicia Vikander (“The Danish Girl”) and James McAvoy (“X-Men”) in the run up to Berlin Film Festival. 302 more words


On the Road: The Films of Wim Wenders opens January 28, 2016

What was Kurt Cobain’s favorite movie?

Paris, Texas

And did you know that on the set of Wender’s The American Friend, actors Dennis Hopper and Bruno Ganz did not initially get along, getting into a fistfight on set. 184 more words