FILM fans have a treat in store - a film festival featuring the work of one of Germany's leading directors, Wim Wenders. The Regional Council programme will be held at the Tsuen Wan Town Hall between July 17 and July 18. The three Wim Wenders films to be screened are Alice in the Cities, Kings of the Road and False Movement. Wim Wenders, born in 1945, has been hailed as one of Germany's finest directors. He studied medicine and philosophy before turning to film studies at the Munich College for Television and Film. Most of his films deal with the themes of homelessness, alienation and loneliness. Alice in the Cities is about a German photo-journalist, numbed by regular assignments, travelling along the east coast of America with a nine-year-old girl searching for her grandmother. Kings of the Road describes how a man flees from his family and plunges his wagon into a river. He is rescued by an film projector mechanic and the two men travel together along the border between what was former East and West Germany. False Movement is about a man who wants to become a novelist but lacks an important quality for the profession, namely an interest in people. His mother therefore sends him off on an educational journey. Several of Germany's leading actors and actresses star in the films. They include Rudiger Vogler, Yella Rottlander, Liza Kreuzer, Hanns Zischler, Rudolf Schundler and Hanna Schygulla. The films are in 16 mm, black and white, with dialogue in German and English subtitles. Tickets, priced at $22, are available at the Tsuen Wan Town Hall and other URBTIX outlets. Half-price tickets are offered to full-time students and senior citizens on a first-come-first-served basis. For telephone reservations call 734-9009.