In 1982, German filmmaker Wim Wenders set up a camera at the Cannes Film Festival and asked a bunch of heavy questions of a collection of cinema’s finest. The directors in order of appearance include Jean-Luc Godard, Paul Morrissey, Mike De Leon, Monte Hellman, Romain Goupil, Susan Seidelman, Noël Simsolo, Rainer Werner Fassbinder (who would pass away only a few weeks later; Room 666 was his final interview), Werner Herzog, Robert Kramer, Ana Carolina, Maroun Bagdadi, Steven Spielberg, Michelangelo Antonioni, Wenders himself and Yilmaz Güney. Given about 11 minutes each, shot on 16mm in the same hotel room, their primary task was to answer: Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art about to die? Here’s Herzog’s take.