“In Wim’s world, men dream of being angels who dream of being men. That’s why his camera has wings.” Bernardo Bertolucci
“A lot of my films start off with road maps instead of scripts. Sometimes it feels like flying blind without instruments. You fly all night and in the morning you arrive somewhere. That is: you have to try a make a landing somewhere so the film can end.” Wim Wenders
Centering on a key figure of the New German Cinema and one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary European filmmaking, this catalogue of Wim Wenders’s work is the most comprehensive and illuminating to date. Edited by Jason Wood and Ian Haydn Smith, it contains numerous essays and citations from a broad range of contributors including; Walter Salles, Bernardo Bertolucci, Jeremy Thomas, Stephen Frears, Rudy Wurlitzer and Atom Egoyan, interspersed with high quality images (a good number of which were supplied by the director himself), extracts and a full filmography. Offering a moment’s reflection on an endlessly enthralling journey its exclusive content and sophisticated finish make this catalogue an essential addition to the collection of any Wim Wenders fan.