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    German Films in Cannes 2014: Wim Wenders and Angela Schanelec to Present New Works

    The German presence at this year's Cannes Film Festival will be numerous and varied across many of the festival's sections. Four German co-productions are screening in the Competition. Two German co-productions are featured in Un Certain Regard.

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    Wim Wenders Sets Sail for Cannes, But Where Is 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'?

    Among the many surprises in the yummy Cannes Film Festival lineup is the absence of German auteur Wim Wenders' eagerly awaited 3D redemption drama "Every Thing Will Be Fine." So when will we see it?

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    Trailers from Hell Heads to 'Paris, Texas'

    A Criterion Grab Bag! continues at Trailers from Hell, with director Karyn Kusama introducing Wim Wenders' classic "Paris, Texas."

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    The “Action4Climate” is video challenge concerning the impacts of climate change

    The “Action4Climate” video challenge invites young aspiring film makers to produce and submit a 1-12 minute video documentary telling a story about climate change impacts and resulting adaptation efforts, local actions, and/or potential solutions.The contest is open to young film makers from all ov...

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    Harry Dean Stanton: A Legend Layered with Contradiction

    "Haven't a clue," Harry Dean Stanton tells me when I ask him how his life might have unfolded had he not gone into acting. "I'd probably have been a singer." That night, the legendary character actor would attend the New York premiere of "Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction," a new documentary by Sop...

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    Wim Wenders Starts Production On 3D Follow-Up To 'Pina' With James Franco and Charlotte Gainsbourg

    Wim Wenders is a day away from starting principal photography on his follow-up to his much lauded 3D documentary "Pina." Also shooting in 3D, "Every Thing Will Be Fine" stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Marie-Josee Croze. Based on an original screenplay by Norwegian scribe Bjørn Olaf Joh...

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    Wim Wenders Foundation Will Make Director's Entire Oeuvre Available to Dusseldorf Public

    Wim Wenders and wife Donata have established the Wim Wenders Foundation in Dusseldorf, Germany. By the end of 2012, the foundation will have acquired the rights to all Wenders films held by third parties, with the help of state funding and private donors.

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    Wim Wenders Discusses Painful 'Hammett' Collaboration With Coppola, Friendship With Nicholas Ray

    Filmmaker Talks 5-Hour Version Of 'End Of The World,' Sam Shepard, Unfinished Version Of 'Hammet' & More At NYFF Q&AWim Wenders' route to filmmaking was a circuitous one. At the age of 21, he landed in Paris determined to become a painter, but cinema had been in his DNA from an early age. He made super 8 movies as a child and became a local neighborhood projectionist at the age of 6 when he inherited his father’s antique film equipment; so cinema seemed like a natural path. But for years, he turned his back on movies, and it wasn't until he saw an Anthony Mann retrospective -- sidetracked from his painting aspirations in a Paris cinematheque ...

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    Wim Wenders Says 3D Has "Amazing Consequences," Still Waiting For Film That Cracks The 3D Code

    Venerable Filmmaker Praises ‘Avatar,’ Talks 'Pina' & Speaks Candidly About Hollywood’s Current 3D DilemmaWhile it might not seem apparent at first, given his films haven't made much of a commercial dent in recent years, Wim Wenders, is still ahead of the curve. In 1997, over a decade before its use ...

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