L’émotion demeure intacte. [4] During this time Wenders became fascinated with cinema, and saw up to five movies a day at the local movie theater. [citation needed]. Culture. One of Wenders's earliest honors was a win for the BAFTA Award for Best Direction for his narrative drama Paris, Texas (1984), which also won the Palme d'Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival. He has also directed a documentary style film on the Skladanowsky brothers, known in English as A Trick of the Light. Boutique; Menu. Votre abonnement a bien été enregistré ! Test your knowledge on this movies quiz and compare your score to others. Et si une Allemande remportait la Palme d’or ? [4] He has lived in Berlin since the mid-1970s. [12] Wenders had admired the dance choreographer Pina Bausch since 1985, but only with the advent of digital 3-D cinema did he decide that he could sufficiently capture her work on screen.[13]. [8][9] The project fell through when he insisted on filming in 3-D, which the Wagner family found too costly and disruptive. The initial photographic series was titled "Written in the West" and was produced while Wenders criss-crossed the American West in preparation for his film Paris, Texas (1984). Alice in the Cities (1974) Loosely based on Peter Handke’s novel Long Farewell, this 1974 film is the … [citation needed] His television commercials include a UK advertisement for Carling Premier Canadian beer. Armenia Giappone Germani. The project was founded by Martin Scorsese and aims to find and reconstruct world cinema films that have been neglected. He has been awarded honorary doctorates by the Sorbonne in Paris in 1989, the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) in 1995 and the Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium in 2005. He graduated from high school in Oberhausen in the Ruhr area. Écrans. Wenders has directed several highly acclaimed documentaries, most notably Buena Vista Social Club (1999), about Cuban musicians, and The Soul of a Man (2003), on American blues. Many of his subsequent films have also been recognized at Cannes, including Wings of Desire (1987), for which he won the Best Director Award at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival. Sandra Hüller (la fille), Peter Simonischek (le père) et, dans un rôle secondaire, une paire de menottes. The foundation provides a framework to bring together his cinematic, photographic, artistic and literary works in his native country and to make it permanently accessible to the public. Wim Wenders followed up in 1984 with "Paris, Texas," taking the audience and jury by storm. Paris, Texas sur France 5 : pourquoi il ne faut pas manquer la Palme d'Or de Wim Wenders. Handke's novel The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick was adapted for Wenders's second feature film, The Goalkeeper's Fear of the Penalty. [4] Wenders failed his entry test at France's national film school, IDHEC (now La Fémis), and instead became an engraver at Johnny Friedlaender's studio in Montparnasse. [1][2] He is considered to be an auteur director.[3]. Galerie Für Fotografie, Vienna, AT, Places, strange and quiet, Harald Falckenberg Exhibition Space, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, DE. He is a major figure in New German Cinema. En 1983, le réalisateur allemand Wim Wenders parcourt les routes de l’Ouest américain à la recherche des décors pour son chef d’œuvre Paris, Texas — Palme d’or au Festival de Cannes en 1984. Wenders completed several short films before graduating from the Hochschule with a 16mm black-and-white film, Summer in the City (1970), his feature directorial debut. 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C Gundlach, Hamburg (1989); Galerie Marie-Louise Wirth, Zürich (1990); Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film, Munich (1991); Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles (1991); Shibuya Seibu Dept. Ernst Wilhelm "Wim" Wenders is a German filmmaker, playwright, author, and photographer. He won the Bavarian Film Awards for Best Director for Faraway, So Close! Il suffit de se rendre à l'accueil de la Médiathèque, de présenter une pièce d'identité et compléter un formulaire. Europe. Pictures from the Surface of the Earth, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Århus C, Denmark, The Forest: Politics, Poetics, and Practice, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, Through the Lens, group exhibition, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, Wim Wenders: Immagini dal pianeta terra, Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome, Italy, Journey to Onomichi – Photos by Wim and Donata Wenders, Omotesando Hills, Tokyo, Japan, Pictures from the Surface of the Earth, images from touring exhibition, Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia, Dark Places, curated by Joshua Decter, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California, Places, strange and quiet, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, São Paulo, BR, Places, strange and quiet, Haunch of Venison, London, UK, Places Strange and Quiet, Ostlicht. Awards. [17], "The Space Between the Characters Can Carry the Load", Collection Ivo Wessel, Weserburg Museum for modern Art, Bremen, DE, Wenders has received many awards, including the Golden Lion for The State of Things at the Venice Film Festival (1982); the Palme d'Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival for his movie Paris, Texas; and Best Direction for Wings of Desire in the 1987 Bavarian Film Awards[21] and the 1987 Cannes Film Festival. Wenders has directed several highly acclaimed documentaries, most notably Buena Vista Social Club (1999), about Cuban musicians, and The Soul of a Man (2003), on American blues. Le film de Wim Wenders qui avait remporté la Palme d'Or au Festival de Cannes en 1984 est dispo tout le mois d'avril sur myCANAL. He has also directed a documentary style film on the Skladanowsky brothers, known in English as A Trick of the Light. A French jury, presided by Saul Bass, … Paris, Texas, dixième long-métrage de Wim Wenders, emporte la Palme d’Or. He won the Bavarian Film Awards for Best Director for Faraway, So Close! Wenders's book Emotion Pictures, a collection of diary essays written as a film student, was adapted and broadcast as a series of plays on BBC Radio 3, featuring Peter Capaldi as Wenders, with Gina McKee, Saskia Reeves, Dennis Hopper, Harry Dean Stanton and Ricky Tomlinson, dramatised by Neil Cargill. Chaque soir pendant le festival, L'instant d'avant propose une rencontre avec une figure du septième art. In 2012, his dance film Pina was nominated for the Best Documentary Feature of the 84th Academy Awards. Le duo Nastassja Kinski-Harry Dean Stanton bouleverse la Croisette. Wim Wenders est venu frapper un grand coup jeudi 18 mai au 58e Festival de Cannes, confirmant à des festivaliers admiratifs que son film "Don't Come Knocking" figure bien parmi les favoris pour la Palme d'or. The festival opened with Fort Saganne, directed by Alain Corneau and closed with The Bounty, directed by Roger Donaldson. The 37th Cannes Film Festival was held from 11 to 23 May 1984. Wenders has been the president of the European Film Academy in Berlin since 1996. The film remains incomplete. Wim Wenders: Pictures from the Surface of the Earth, Wim Wenders. [citation needed]. En 1984 sort le film Paris, Texas (adapté du roman de Sam Shepard) qui obtient la même année la In 2015, Wenders collaborated with artist/journalist and longtime friend Melinda Camber Porter on a documentary feature about his body of work, Wim Wenders – Visions on Film, when Porter died. [5] The Skladanowsky brothers were inventing 'moving pictures' when several others like the Lumière brothers and William Friese-Greene were doing the same. [6], Wenders is a member of the advisory board of World Cinema Foundation. He then studied medicine at the University of Freiburg (1963–64) and philosophy at the University of Dusseldorf (1964–65), but dropped out and moved to Paris in October 1966 in order to become a painter. Le réalisateur remercie ses collaborateurs et acteurs en français et en allemand . Best by decade: 1940s: Brief Encounter 1950s: The Wages of Fear 1960s: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg 1970s: Taxi Driver 1980s: All That Jazz 1990s: Pulp Fiction 2000s: The Pianist 2010s: Amour-----How my … by the side of the road. Découvrez sa biographie, le détail de ses 50 ans de carrière et toute son actualité Through the Lens: Eight Photographers, group exhibition, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland. Le réalisateur allemand Wim Wenders raconte sa passion pour Edward Hopper, exposé à Bâle. In 2017, Wenders received the Douglas Sirk Award at the Hamburg Film Festival. Wim Wenders scouting in Portugal", curated by Anna Duque y González and Laura Schmidt, This page was last edited on 16 December 2020, at 22:18. . NON OUI. This is my list for the films that have won the Palme d'Or. Le réalisateur remercie ses collaborateurs et acteurs en français et en allemand . [citation needed] Paris, Texas and Wings of Desire were the result of collaborations with avant-garde authors Peter Handke and Sam Shepard. (1993) 1987 Winner Best Director: Der Himmel über Berlin (1987) Nominee Palme d'Or: Der Himmel über Berlin (1987) 1984 Winner Palme d'Or: Paris, Texas (1984) Winner FIPRESCI Prize: Paris, Texas (1984) The film remains incomplete. In 2017, Wenders received the Douglas Sirk Award at the Hamburg Film Festival. Le film s’ouvre sur un vagabond (Harry Dean Stanton) marchant seul dans le désert. The Wim Wenders Foundation was established in Düsseldorf in 2012. All Palme d'Or (or Grand Prix du Festival) winners from 1939 to 2017. His father, Heinrich Wenders, was a surgeon. Lui-même photographe, il expose régulièrement à travers le monde. Year: 1984 Three years after winning the Palme d’Or, Wim Wenders would make “Wings of Desire,” a film about a wayfaring figure, on a search for meaning in pursuit of a loved one. Le film de Wim Wenders, Palme d'or en 1984, a été restauré avec ses couleurs d'origine en version 4K. 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C Gundlach, Hamburg (1989); Galerie Marie-Louise Wirth, Zürich (1990); Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film, Munich (1991); Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles (1991); Shibuya Seibu Dept. [22] Wenders also received a nomination for the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay for the film.[23]. by the side of the road. Wim Wenders était étudiant à Munich, écrivait des critiques de films, réalisait des courts-métrages et participait au bouillonnement artistique de sa génération. Biographie de Wim Wenders - Réalisateur, Scénariste, Réalisateur/Metteur en Scène, Scénariste, Interprète, Scénario original : découvrez sa filmographie, ses dernières news et photos. Wim Wenders reçoit la Palme d'Or pour "Paris, Texas", des mains de Faye Dunaway ; il remercie l'équipe du film et dit quelques mots en allemand. [25] In 2016, Wenders received the Großer Kulturpreis of the Sparkassen Culture-Foundation Rhineland, one of the highest-endowed cultural honorings in Germany, with previous winners such as photographer legend Hilla Becher, sculptor Tony Cragg, musician Wolfgang Niedecken and director Sönke Wortmann. The project was founded by Martin Scorsese and aims to find and reconstruct world cinema films that have been neglected. His admiration for Francis is profound; he said he felt the Pope is doing his best in a difficult time, in a world full of calamities. Wenders has also directed many music videos for groups such as U2 and Talking Heads, including "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)" He also said that, though raised Catholic, he had converted to Protestantism years earlier. Wim Wenders est venu frapper un grand coup jeudi 18 mai au 58e Festival de Cannes, confirmant à des festivaliers admiratifs que son film "Don't Come Knocking" figure bien parmi les favoris pour la Palme d'or. Wim Wenders' recent photographs", "In broad daylight even the sounds shine. 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 Published: 14 May 2018 2020 à 18:00. Wim Wenders scouting in Portugal", curated by Anna Duque y González and Laura Schmidt, This page was last edited on 16 December 2020, at 22:18. Newsletter Toute l'actualité du festival. in 1993. [26], Wenders lives and works in Berlin with his wife, Donata. Although the Japanese director already had an important filmography behind him, Georges Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola stepped up to finance the … [10], In 2012, while promoting his 3-D dance film, Pina, Wenders told the Documentary channel Blog in December 2011 that he had begun work on a new 3-D documentary about architecture. Utilisation des cookies sur notre site web. En 1983, alors qu’il est en repérage pour son prochain film, le réalisateur allemand Wim Wenders traverse le sud des Etats-Unis. Wenders began his career during the late 1960s, the New German Cinema era. 2015 Nominee Oscar: Best Documentary, Feature The Salt of the Earth (2014) Shared with: Juliano Ribeiro Salgado David Rosier. Wenders has also directed many music videos for groups such as U2 and Talking Heads, including "Stay (Faraway, So Close!)"