In the fall of 2012 the Wim Wenders Foundation was founded to bring together the cinematic, photographic, artistic and literary lifework of Wim Wenders in his native country and to make it permanently accessible to the general public worldwide.
The foundation began to digitally restore Wim Wenders’ films in 2014 and as a result of this work, the public is today once again able to experience these films in optimal quality. I was part of the digitally restauration process and had the chance to work on 15 feature films, documentaries and shorts. The digitally restored versions were shown at the 65th Berlinale for the first time.

Films I worked on:

Same Player Shoots Again (Short/1967)
Silver City Revisited (Short/1968)
Alabama (2000 Light Years) (Short/1969)
3 American LPs (Short/1969)
Alice in the Cities (1973)
Wrong Move (1975)
Kings of the Road (1976)
The American Friend (1977)
The Left-Handed Woman (1977)
The State of Things (1982)
Tokyo-Ga (1985)
Notebook on Cities and Clothes (1989)
Until the End of the World (1991)

For more informations check the official website of the Wim Wenders Foundation.