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In October of 2011 Fred Wilder was taken ill and required emergency Brain surgey to remove a canerous tumor. It has taken six full years for Fred to recover. Now, Fall of 2017 we aim to shoot the remaining sceans and edit the original 3 years of footage into the film DAS PUPPETS September 17th 2017 Update
After six years of recovery from brain surgery Fred Wilder is back in the saddle and working to complete the film Das Puppets. Our crowd funding was a success. We now have the funds to complete Das Puppets. Our film is in post production. But you can still help Das Puppets. All donations on our campaign will receive credit in the film. All funds recieved from this point on will help grease the wheels and keep the film on track to compleation. You can show your support of the Fred Wilder film, Das Puppets. Make your donation at:

We have released a collection of seventeen Wilder films, cult cinema fan favorites from writer director Fred Wilder. These films were previously only available for viewing at film festivals. Also included are seven fluxus art films from Fred Wilder's Bubble Piece series. A new DVD collection of Fred Wilder films made its world debut January 2011. Get your hands on it here: Fred Wilder's Pocket Full of Film. Availabel at

Worldcon official selection.

Anakin's Assignment has been selected to screen at the Renovation Fan Film contest in conjunction with the 69th WORLD SCIENCE FICTION Convention in Reno, Nevada. August 20th 2011. Anakin's Assignment, is now available on and at youtube. Two year's in the making this romantic comedy is sure to steal your heart. Watch the entire film online at Anakin's Assignment at

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Like Us on Facebook Das Puppets is winding up principle photography this Winter but plenty of post production work remains before this film will see the flickering light of the projector hopefully by late 2017.

update september 16, 2016



Fred Wilder's Pocket Full of Film

Pocket Full of Film DVD.
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Fred Wilder on Youtube.