Yesterday, Wim Wenders received a special „Tribute to Wim Wenders“-prize at the Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival. In the course of the festival, the german director will  present his films „Until the End oft he World“, „Reverse Angle“, „State of Things“, „Wings of Desire“, together with Bruno Ganz, and his last feature film „Every Thing Will Be Fine“.

As part of the Homage, an exhibition of photographs of Wim Wenders, taken between 1980 and 1994 while scouting in Portugal in preparation of his films „The State of Things“, „Lisbon Story“ and “Until the End of the World“, will be on display at the Mãe d’Água das Amoreiras Reservoir in Lisbon. Already in 1993, in his book „Once. Picture and Stories“, Wim Wenders writes „Once Potsdam reminded me of Lisboa…and Lisboa of the Germany of my childhood.“ The exhibition „In broad daylight even the sounds shine“, curated by Anna Duque y González and Laura Schmidt, will be open to the public from 7th November 2015 till 2nd April 2016 and has been realized by the Wim Wenders Foundation, the Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival and the Water Museum.

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Photo: official poster designed by Peter Zizka, Heine/Lenz/Zizka Projekte


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