Our retrospective of New German Cinema icon Wim Wenders continues this month, giving you the perfect opportunity to familiarise yourself with his highly regarded canon. Wenders is known for his ability to filter traditions of Hollywood and American literature through his own rugged but lyrical eye.
The season closes with Paris, Texas, a classic but eerie road movie dripping with aesthetic synchronicity and thick with the warmth of humanity that Harry Dean Stanton is so well regarded for. This is one of those all-consuming pictures that just belongs on the big screen, and here it is restored in 4K.
The Wim Wenders Series also includes documentary The Salt of the Earth (12a), a study of Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado.