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Nicht nur Hollywoodstars lieben Berlin, auch Regisseure und Fotografen zieht die Kulisse der Trendmetropole immer wieder in ihren Bann. So auch Kultregisseur Wim Wenders.Willem Dafoe und Schauspielerin und Model Amber Valetta werden an diesem Wochenende für Wenders posieren, um einen Fotokalender für eines der bekanntesten Unternehmen der optischen Industrie zu produzieren. Auf 24 Motiven zeigen die beiden Schauspieler ihr Talent vor der Fotokamera.
31 Dec 2008
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We talk to remarkable director Wim Wenders about his fascinating documentary.
20 Apr 2011
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Sonya Walger, Ryan Gosling and Wim Wenders, the judges in the Enough Project's Come Clean 4 Congo contest, have picked the three videos they think best highlight the link between our cell phones and war in the Congo. Visit www.youtube****/enoughproject to vote for your favorite.
28 Jul 2009
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"Di me cosa ne sai" comincia come un'inchiesta su uno dei tanti misteri degli anni Settanta. Ma a differenza di altri misteri italiani senza soluzione, qui non ci sono cadaveri, né stragi. C'è però l'improvviso, rapidissimo declino di un cinema che per trent'anni ha dominato le scene internazionali. Com'è potuto succedere? Chi o che cosa ha ucciso il grande cinema italiano? Questa domanda ci guida in un percorso ricco di testimonianze preziose e di riflessioni originali: da Mario Monicelli a Wim Wenders, da Dino De Laurentiis ad Andreotti, Ken Loach e molti registi italiani. Ma "Di me cosa ne sai" è soprattutto un racconto in forma di diario, brevi sprazzi dalla vita quotidiana di alcuni registi impegnati in una lotta a volte drammatica a volte comica per difendere il proprio lavoro e i propri film, che spesso è anche una lotta per la sopravvivenza personale. Un viaggio in Italia attraverso sale cinematografiche, esercenti innamorati del proprio mestiere, multiplex, laboratori digitali di Cinecittà e vecchi proiezionisti girovaghi… un viaggio che è anche un ritratto amoroso del cinema e del nostro paese.
19 Sep 2009
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"Di me cosa ne sai" comincia come un'inchiesta su uno dei tanti misteri degli anni Settanta. Ma a differenza di altri misteri italiani senza soluzione, qui non ci sono cadaveri, né stragi. C'è però l'improvviso, rapidissimo declino di un cinema che per trent'anni ha dominato le scene internazionali. Com'è potuto succedere? Chi o che cosa ha ucciso il grande cinema italiano? Questa domanda ci guida in un percorso ricco di testimonianze preziose e di riflessioni originali: da Mario Monicelli a Wim Wenders, da Dino De Laurentiis ad Andreotti, Ken Loach e molti registi italiani. Ma "Di me cosa ne sai" è soprattutto un racconto in forma di diario, brevi sprazzi dalla vita quotidiana di alcuni registi impegnati in una lotta a volte drammatica a volte comica per difendere il proprio lavoro e i propri film, che spesso è anche una lotta per la sopravvivenza personale. Un viaggio in Italia attraverso sale cinematografiche, esercenti innamorati del proprio mestiere, multiplex, laboratori digitali di Cinecittà e vecchi proiezionisti girovaghi… un viaggio che è anche un ritratto amoroso del cinema e del nostro paese.
26 Sep 2009
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Campino, Dennis Hopper, Milla Jovovich in einem Film von Wim Wenders um Liebe und Tod www.palermoshooting.senator.de Ab 20.11.2008 im Kino!
8 Dec 2009
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Wer schaut den heißesten Frauen aus Hollywood nicht gerne beim Küssen zu? Aber jetzt wird’s noch heißer: Liv Tyler, für viele die schönste Frau der Welt, präsentiert anstelle eines Filmkusses ihre Erinnerungen an ihren allerersten „echten“ Kuss - und wir sind exklusiv bei den Dreharbeitendabei. Denn zusammen mit Regisseur Wim Wenders dreht die Schauspielerin einen außergewöhnlichen Kurzfilm, in dem wir hautnah miterleben, wie Liv Tyler ihr „erstes Mal“ erlebt hat. Es ist ein sehr persönlicher Film über einen sehr besonderen Kuss.
14 Apr 2013
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Creative Heads YouTube Hermann Vaske Bai Ling Mark Waites Graham Fink Lars Bastholm Amir Kassaei Niku Banaie Seb Royce Calle
22 Feb 2010
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Der Stand der Dinge (1982)
11 Feb 2012
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Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into nerve-wrecking story.It's every director's nightmare: to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotelroom in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks even in the wildest jungle today, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' brilliant documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footage?' The result is not only a highly inventive minimovie, creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the ratrace has become all but impossible. We see a truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film.
18 Oct 2007
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Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into nerve-wrecking story.It's every director's nightmare: to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotelroom in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks even in the wildest jungle today, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' brilliant documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footage?' The result is not only a highly inventive minimovie, creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the ratrace has become all but impossible. We see a truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film.
18 Oct 2007
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Braga 2-0 Red Star Belgrade - 2nd Goal 2-0 Wender
20 Dec 2007
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Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into nerve-wrecking story. Watch more MiniMovies at: Rob Smits latest film 'Room 2017' tells the story of every director's nightmare. At the start of the film, we find him in a desperate state in a hotel room in Taipei. What happened? After his award-winning document Jungle Rudy, Smits returned to the jungle of Venezuela to shoot a film with the Yanomami Indians - a tribe not often visited by Westerners. But money talks, even in the jungle, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, Smits asks himself the question: 'How to make a film with no footage?' Smits film is a highly inventive Minimovie, reminiscent of Wim Wenders' best work - a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the rat race has become all but impossible.
4 Dec 2008
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Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into nerve-wrecking story. watch more MiniMovies at: It's every director's nightmare: to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotelroom in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks even in the wildest jungle today, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' brilliant documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footage?' The result is not only a highly inventive minimovie, creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the ratrace has become all but impossible. We see a truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film.
29 Nov 2008
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Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into nerve-wrecking story. Watch more MiniMovies at: every director's nightmare: to return home without your material. This is exactly what happened to director Rob Smits. At the beginning of Room 2017 we find him in a hotelroom in Taipei. He has just returned from a trip to the Yanomami Indians in the deep green of Venezuela. Few men with a camera had spent time with this fierce tribe before him. But money talks even in the wildest jungle today, and on the day of his departure all but one of Smits' tapes were confiscated. Drifting through Taipei, capturing cityscapes that express his disorientation in a way that reminds us of Wenders' brilliant documentary Tokyo-Ga, Smits has to ask himself the desperate question: 'How to make a film with no footage?' The result is not only a highly inventive minimovie, creating a visual story from scrap, but also a contemplation on identity in a world where escaping the ratrace has become all but impossible. We see a truly nerve-wrecking story of a man trying to regain what he was out to lose in the first place. Room 2017 turns a hopeless failure into a brilliant film.
28 Nov 2008
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