#17 The Death of Photography?

> Wim Wenders IMDB

Wenders, too, now regards photography as a thing of the past. “It’s not just the meaning of the image that has changed – the act of looking does not have the same meaning. Now, it’s about showing, sending and maybe remembering. It is no longer essentially about the image. The image for me was always linked to the idea of uniqueness, to a frame and to composition. You produced something that was, in itself, a singular moment. As such, it had a certain sacredness. That whole notion is gone.” >> The Guardian 10-12-17

 Until the End of the World (1991): Filmed in 15 cities and 7 countries around the world, the final third of the story ends up in a cave and a series of stunning locations in outback Australia. The film took 10 years to complete and was Wenders’ most ambitious project.

Until the End of the World (1991): Filmed in 15 cities and 7 countries around the world, the final third of the story ends up in a cave and a series of stunning locations in outback Australia. The film took 10 years to complete and was Wenders’ most ambitious project.


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