Wim Wenders

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Dean Stockwell: cult indie character actor who refused to fit in | Peter Bradshaw
At once an insider yet never quite Hollywood enough, Stockwell’s prolific career was at its best when he showed his own alienation

Peter Bradshaw

09, Nov, 2021 @1:04 PM

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‘A horn blew when human remains were found’: Wim Wenders’ six hours in the hell of Ground Zero
After 9/11 the director felt haunted by the twin towers attack. As his epic photographs of Ground Zero go on show for the atrocity’s anniversary, he remembers the horrors of that day – and considers its legacy

Phil Hoad

01, Sep, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Dani Karavan obituary
Artist who found fame in the world of environmental sculpture, a new medium that emerged in the 1960s

Dalia Manor

10, Jun, 2021 @6:55 PM

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‘We finished every bottle!’ Berlin's cultural legends on the night the Wall came down
It divided families, trapped half a city and symbolised the cold war. Then, 30 years ago this Saturday, the Berlin wall fell. Wim Wenders, Ute Lemper, Daniel Barenboim and more share their memories

Interviews by Simon Usborne

05, Nov, 2019 @1:10 PM

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Bruno Ganz: always poetic and inspired, from Hitler's bunker rant to a Berlin angel
The Swiss actor, who has died aged 77, will probably be remembered for his showstopping turn in Downfall, but his work with Wim Wenders is arguably more brilliant

Peter Bradshaw

16, Feb, 2019 @2:00 PM

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On my radar: Wim Wenders’s cultural highlights
The German director on stunning 15th-century art, the magic of Nick Cave, and the spirituality of a Franciscan friar

02, Dec, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Wheel life: the strange power of films set inside cars
The King, a documentary about the state of the US filmed from Elvis’s Rolls-Royce, is just the latest film set mostly inside a car. Is it the perfect vehicle for examining our cultural landscape?

Ryan Gilbey

23, Aug, 2018 @2:42 PM

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The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick review – Wim Wenders' bizarre noir is a keeper
A murderous footballer’s journey is the focus of this majestic mediation on madness, misogyny and the American dream

Peter Bradshaw

13, Jul, 2018 @9:00 AM

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Robby Müller obituary
Cinematographer who helped shape the visions of film-makers including Wim Wenders and Jim Jarmusch

Ryan Gilbey

05, Jul, 2018 @2:50 PM

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Robby Müller, celebrated cinematographer of Down by Law and Paris, Texas, dies age 78
Müller rose to venerated status in the film industry with sublime work for Wim Wenders, Jim Jarmusch and Lars von Trier

Andrew Pulver

04, Jul, 2018 @2:07 PM

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Pope Francis: A Man of His Word review – little grit in Wenders' glossy portrait
Wim Wenders eloquently shows the pope’s ethical and moral seriousness, but by failing to ask tougher questions, he ends up with the sugary version

Peter Bradshaw

14, May, 2018 @2:52 PM

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Come home to a Cannes classic
With several Palme d’Or winners now available, you can enjoy the best of festivals past from the comfort of your own sofa

Guy Lodge

12, May, 2018 @6:00 PM

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