Award-winning filmmaker WIM WENDERS (Alice in the Cities, Kings of the Road, Paris, Texas, Wings of Desire) explores the power of film in five documentaries that cover three decades of a remarkable career. At the heart of these films is a desire to understand the nature of film and filming. What attracts us to the visual medium? How has it shaped our lives? And what does the future hold for it? NICK'S FILM (LIGHTNING OVER WATER) (1979) - A moving portrait of Hollywood maverick Nicholas Ray. ROOM 666 (1982) - Fifteen directors, including Jean-Luc Godard, Werner Herzog and Steven Spielberg discuss the future of cinema. TOKYO-GA (1985) - The legacy of Japanese master filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu is examined on a journey through contemporary Tokyo. NOTEBOOK ON CITIES AND CLOTHES (1989) - The relationship between fashion and film is explored in an intimate portrait of Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto. A TRICK OF THE LIGHT (1996) - The story of the Skladanowsky brothers, pioneers of the moving image, is told in a film celebrating the first century of cinema. Collected together in "Wenders Classics" box set packaging with a host of bonus features and an exclusive collector s booklet.