Trail of Tears 1995

Two single mothers, polar opposites in personality, join forces to track down their children that have been kidnapped by their ex-husbands.

Market People 1978

A carnival is in town. Workers start to build the stalls and tents. Players practice their act. Roma, peasants and grifters put up their own boots. After they pay taxes to local officials, they get a muddy ground for their stalls.

MTV Ao Vivo: Ivete Sangalo 2004

MTV Ao Vivo is the first live album by Brazilian singer Ivete Sangalo. It was released on April 26, 2004, and sold more than 1.2 million copies, being the best-selling album not only from MTV's live show, but also from the entire history of MTV Brazil. IT gave her first Latin Grammy, in the category of Best Regional Music Album or Brazilian Roots.

3 American LPs 1969

Another short was 3 American LPs, which was the first film I did with Peter Handke. It was a film about American music, about three pieces of three LPs. There was a song by Van Morrison, another by Harvey Mandel, and one of Credence Clearwater Revival. It was mainly the music and some shots out of a car, landscapes out of the car window. And it had a little bit of commentary – dialogue between Peter and me about American music and about how American rock music was about emotion and images instead of sounds. That is to say, about a kind of phenomenon, that it was in a way a kind of film music, but without a moving picture. It was a 12-minute film and it was never shown. – Wim Wenders

The Spree 1998

A policeman becomes obsessed with a female cat burglar, who convinces him to join her in crime.

The Brothers Garcia: Mysteries of the Maya 2003

In this movie detour from the Brothers Garcia TV series, the Garcia family takes a trip to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula to learn more about their heritage. There, the kids get mixed up in a magical adventure that takes them directly to the historical roots of the Mayan culture when they encounter a living ancestor of theirs who must be reunited with his lady-love or else he'll be cursed to live as a shadow serpent forever.

Cocaine: History Between the Lines

Cocaine has always gotten a bad rap, and for a reason. It is a drug used by the rich and the poor legally and illegally, Mexican cartels fought over it with Colombia once associated with the brutal cocaine wars, and a source of tension between the American and Mexican borders on the people who are illicitly bringing in cocaine from one side of the border to another and will do anything to do it. So it can be surprising at times to the viewer throughout the course of the documentary special, that it was never always like this.