We have five signed copies of Wim Wenders’ Inventing Peace: A Dialogue on Perception to give away.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
For over four decades Wim Wenders has been making some of cinema’s most loved and respected films – from features like Paris, Texas and Wings of Desire, to documentaries like Buena Vista Social Club and the recently premièred The Salt of the Earth.
With a chapter dedicated to the cinema of Yasujiro Ozu, and further discussions on Akira Kurosawa, Andrei Tarkovsky and Terrence Malick, Wim Wenders’ Inventing Peace – co-authored with Mary Zournazi – revolves around the ethical and moral consequences of looking, and how cinema can help find a new moral and visual language for discussing peace.
To celebrate the project, we are offering you the chance to win one of five signed copies of the book. We will also be offering an unsigned copy of Inventing Peace to three runners-up.
To enter the competition, simply name the three films in the stills below and email your answers with your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line INVENTING PEACE:
The deadline is 5pm GMT on Wednesday 20th August and the winners and three runners up will be chosen at random from the correct entries.
Visit www.inventing-peace.com for more details about the project.