This Sunday Steven Spielberg will be at the Cannes Film Festival to unveil Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Back in 1982 he was there to unveil E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial and during his stay German director Wim Wenders persuaded him to sit down for a short film called Room 666.
The premise was simple – Wenders asked a group of film directors from around the world to sit in Room 666 of the Hotel Martinez in Cannes.
Using a static camera he then asked the directors about the future of cinema, the principle question being:
Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art about to die?
Here is what Spielberg said (wait 23 seconds for him to appear):
> Room 666 at the IMDb
> More about the film at Wim Wenders official site