Wim Wenders Shares His 50 Rules of Filmmaking

by Peter D. Marshall

by Hillary Weston.

As my absolute favorite filmmaker, and the man who has taught my heart so many wonderful and necessary lessons with his fascinating, emotional, and poetic work, there are few people whose advice I rather take in than Wim Wenders. As an icon of both German cinema and Hollywood alike, for over four decades now he has been enriching our life with films like Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire, Pina, etc. So today, while you’re enjoy your Saturday morning coffee, take some time to peruse his playful list of 50 Golden Rules of Moviemaking—it’s well worth it. Enjoy.

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