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DP/30: Pina, documentarian Wim Wenders

2 Responses to “DP/30: Pina, documentarian Wim Wenders”

  1. Matthew says:

    The trailer for this really looked beautiful, and I’m not even a big dance fan.

  2. Rosa Valado says:

    We just launched our festival very successfully this year and would love to screen your film in our 2012 program. I am the director of GFF and just want to say that
    Wim Wenders has been a hero of mine for many years and I love dance and art.
    Please send us contact information for Wim.
    Thanks so much.
    Rosa Valado
    artist
    Director, GFF

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