The Logic of Images: Essays and Conversations

This book is the companion volume to “Emotion Pictures”. In the book Wenders moves from a contemplation of pure cinema, to a consideration and analysis of his own films. Beginning with the question: Why do you make films?, Wenders expresses his own unique approach to cinema. He then proceeds to discuss the full range of his work, from “Summer in the City” and his early German films, through to “Paris, Texas” and “Wings of Desire”.

Text: Hofmann Michael. cm 13,5×21,5; pp. 114; paperback. Publisher: Faber and Faber, London, 1992.

ISBN: 9780571165179 | 0571165176
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This book is the companion volume to “Emotion Pictures”. In the book Wenders moves from a contemplation of pure cinema, to a consideration and analysis of his own films. Beginning with the question: Why do you make films?, Wenders expresses his own unique approach to cinema. He then proceeds to discuss the full range of his work, from “Summer in the City” and his early German films, through to “Paris, Texas” and “Wings of Desire”.

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