The wonders of 3-D---and Pina Bausch’s innovations---get all the attention in Wim Wenders’ interviews. But if it’s true that most Academy members will see "Pina" on the 2-D discs provided them rather than at any 3-D screenings, then, obviously, his Oscar chances in the best feature-length documentary category will depend more on how brilliantly he shoots dance rather than any stereoscopic wizardry.
For Pina, his first venture into 3-D filmmaking, German auteur Wim Wenders has crafted a sophisticated documentary about dance rather than a popcorn flick loaded with aliens or adventurers. Read Post
In 1985, German director Wim Wenders was prodded by his girlfriend to watch a performance of choreographer Pina Bausch's eerie Café Müller, not knowing that what he was about to witness would change his movies and his life. Read Post