A tireless explorer of uncharted cinematic territory, road-movie maestro Wim Wenders worked as an engraver and a film critic before emerging as one of the major figures of the 1970s’ New German Cinema with such films as Alice in the Cities, Kings of the Road and The American Friend. Now entering his fifth decade of filmmaking with the extraordinary 3D dance movie Pina (screening in NYFF), Wenders joins us to discuss the multi-faceted career that has taken him from Germany to America to the end of the world and back again.