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Forum am Wall - Sitz des Instituts

A Day at the German Dancefilminstitut Bremen

[ 18.12.2023 ] [...mehr]

Bibliotheca Albertina Leipzig

(Deutsch) Tanzarchive und digitale Transformation. Tagung des Verbunds der deutschen Tanzarchive

[ 17.11.2023 bis 18.11.2023 ] [...mehr]

Cicatrices - Narben der Erde. Photo: Marianne Menke

(Deutsch) young artists feiern 20-jähriges Jubiläum | neue Produktion “Cicatrices-Narben der Erde”

[ 16.11.2023 bis 19.11.2023 ] [...mehr]

Wandering Mind. Folkwang Tanzstudio. Foto: Ursula Kaufmann

(Deutsch) Deutscher Tanzpreis 2023 – Grosse Tanzgala und Preisverleihung

[ 14.10.2023 ] [...mehr]

Kultursalon 2022. Foto: Eva Raduenzel

(Deutsch) Kultursalon auf PACT Zollverein

[ 13.10.2023 ] [...mehr]

Gardesn of Culture

(Deutsch) Gardens of Culture. Visionen und experimentelle Projekte für eine Zukunft [Tagung]

[ 17.11.2023 bis 18.11.2023 ] [...mehr]

Foto: Ursula Kaufmann

(Deutsch) Ein Leben für den Tanz. Ulrich Roehm feiert 90. Geburtstag

[ 16.09.2023 ] [...mehr]

Peter Appel in jungen Jahren.

(Deutsch) Peter Appel erhält Deutschen Tanzpreis für sein Lebenswerk.

[ 13.09.2023 ] [...mehr]

(Deutsch) AUSSER_ORDENTLICH. Angie Hiesl+Roland Kaiser [Digitalisierung der Video-Sammlung]

[ 11.08.2023 19:00 bis 10.01.2024 19:00 ] [...mehr]

(Deutsch) tanz:digital III. Virtuelles und interaktives Forum für Tanz [Making Of]

[ 01.06.2023 bis 23.11.2023 ] [...mehr]

Neun und die Flut

(Deutsch) NEUN SCHÜLERINNEN UND DIE FLUT | Wiebke Pöpel / deBunt Film. tanz:digital III [Making Of]

[ 25.06.2023 ] [...mehr]

Hypnogirl 23. Munich Dance Histories

(Deutsch) Hypnogirl 23| Munich Dance Histories. tanz:digital III [Making Of]

[ 01.06.2023 ] [...mehr]

MIRA_SHIFT-7. Foto: Cecilia Gläsker

(Deutsch) MIRA 11_SHIFT | MIRA PERFOMANCE. tanz:digital III [Making Of]

[ 15.06.2023 ] [...mehr]

Digital Lectures in dance history. Our new concept

[ 29.03.2023 ]  
The German Dance Film Institute is a presence media library that has been able to test a new pillar [...mehr]

Our new Streaming Studio [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

[ 29.03.2023 ]  
The German Dance Film Institute is a presence media library that has been able to test a new pillar [...mehr]

Tutorial on subtitling films with the help of AI [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

[ 29.03.2023 ]  
 
 
 
 
This tutorial was created as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR project’s “New Approaches to Cultural [...mehr]

2023-04-23 14_57_11-Tanz-Geschichts-Tool_ Final Version_WW_Präs.mp4 - VLC media player

The new dance history tool for teachers and students [WissensWandel.Digitalprogramm des dbv].

[ 29.03.2023 ] As part of the dbv’s WissensWandel funding programme, the German Dance Film Institute has developed a Dance History Tool (TGT) [...mehr]

Peace pain

[ 18.02.2023 ] We are all waiting for infinite peace. We all hope that inhuman, violence- and terror-spreading regimes will collapse. We fight [...mehr]

undressed. Foto: M. Knapp

undressed. tanzbar_Bremen

[ 15.02.2023 ] Life is performance and to enter the world is also to enter a stage. In times of isolation, this stage [...mehr]

Claudia Henne in Conversation for tanz.digital II [Making Of]

[ 08.02.2023 ]  
 
As part of the series DANCE:DIGITAL, in the halls of the Tanzfilminstitut cultural journalist Claudia Henne interviews choreographers [...mehr]

Reinhild Hoffmann. Foto: HMH

Reinhild Hoffmann and her life’s work [Digitization]

[ 30.01.2023 ]  
There is hardly a dancer and choreographer of her generation whose work has been so comprehensively documented on film: [...mehr]

Foto: Artur Jäger

Claudia Henne in Conversation with Tobias Staab. tanz.digital II [Making Of]

[ 27.01.2023 ] As part of the series DANCE:DIGITAL II [Making Of], cultural journalist Claudia Henne interviews Tobias Staab, choreographer and author of [...mehr]

Eingespielter Filmausschnitt. Foto: Yanitsa Genova

Stephan Brinkmann. Lecture for the Orot Israel College in Tel Aviv [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

[ 17.01.2023 ]  
Stephan Brinkmann, Professor of Contemporary Dance at the Folkwang University of the Arts, gladly accepted the opportunity to give [...mehr]

Kostümprobe im Institut.

Emanuel Massa aus Italien berichtet von seinem European Solidarity Corps Volunteering im Tanzfilminstitut

[ 20.01.2023 ] My year at the Deutsches Tanz Film Institut came to an end, and I leave with the bittersweet feeling of [...mehr]

Digital Lectures in dance history. Our new concept

Filmvortrag Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D 29.3.2023

 

The German Dance Film Institute is a presence media library that has been able to test a new pillar of communication with colleges of dance and dance education for the first time through the project “New Accesses to the Cultural Heritage of Dance”. A special feature of archives is that the holdings cannot be viewed off-site and without context with archive staff. This means that knowledge transfer can so far only take place in-house or through specially compiled media libraries, which are shown outside in a narrowly defined framework accompanied by specialist staff. Film collections in particular may not be borrowed, as they are originals with copyrights held by dance and film makers. Due to the pandemic, this fundamental problem came to a head.

 

An important goal of our project was to realise online lectures for universities of the arts with degree programmes in professional dance and dance education. Participating in this inaugural series were the Orot College in Tel Aviv (studying dance education, among other things) and a master class in dance education at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen.

In close collaboration with the respective dance lecturers, Dr. Talia Perlshtein and Prof. Henrietta Horn, 20 dance lectures were created on the topics of “Dance and Politics” and “Solo Dance”. In addition, we have modernised a dance history tool (TGT) in the sense of a visual dance encyclopaedia for lecturers and students and updated its content. TGT is now also accessible in two languages (German and English).

 

Wissenwandel.Digitalprogramm für Bibliotheken und Archive within Neustart Kultur is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and is launched by dbv Deutscher Bibliotheksverband.

 



Our new Streaming Studio [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

Filmvortrag Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D 29.3.2023

 

The German Dance Film Institute is a presence media library that has been able to test a new pillar of communication with colleges of dance and dance education for the first time through the project “New Accesses to the Cultural Heritage of Dance”. A special feature of archives is that the holdings cannot be viewed off-site and without context with archive staff. This means that knowledge transfer can so far only take place in-house or through specially compiled media libraries, which are shown outside in a narrowly defined framework accompanied by specialist staff. Film collections in particular may not be borrowed, as they are originals with copyrights held by dance and film makers. Due to the pandemic, this fundamental problem came to a head.

 

An important goal of our project was to realise online lectures for universities of the arts with degree programmes in professional dance and dance education. Participating in this inaugural series were the Orot College in Tel Aviv (studying dance education, among other things) and a master class in dance education at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen.

In close collaboration with the respective dance lecturers, Dr. Talia Perlshtein and Prof. Henrietta Horn, 20 dance lectures were created on the topics of “Dance and Politics” and “Solo Dance”. In addition, we have modernised a dance history tool (TGT) in the sense of a visual dance encyclopaedia for lecturers and students and updated its content. TGT is now also accessible in two languages (German and English).

 

Wissenwandel.Digitalprogramm für Bibliotheken und Archive within Neustart Kultur is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and is launched by dbv Deutscher Bibliotheksverband.

 



Tutorial on subtitling films with the help of AI [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

Filmvortrag Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D 29.3.2023

 

 

 

 

 

This tutorial was created as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR project’s “New Approaches to Cultural Heritage Dance”. It shows how spoken texts in films can be subtitled in another language relatively easily with the help of AI-based software. The translations created in this way are no substitute for professional interpreting, but they are a good first step towards understanding the content of the film commentaries. Dance students from different countries have greatly appreciated these new possibilities during our Zoom Lectures on dance history.
The choice of open source software is now also very large for this purpose. In our case, however, we have realised this mainly with already existing film and text programmes of the institute.

 

Wissenwandel.Digitalprogramm für Bibliotheken und Archive within Neustart Kultur is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and is launched by dbv Deutscher Bibliotheksverband.

 



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2023-04-23 14_57_11-Tanz-Geschichts-Tool_ Final Version_WW_Präs.mp4 - VLC media player The new dance history tool for teachers and students [WissensWandel.Digitalprogramm des dbv].

Filmvortrag Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D 29.3.2023

As part of the dbv’s WissensWandel funding programme, the German Dance Film Institute has developed a Dance History Tool (TGT) that can be used in teaching and training. Based on the open-source software MediaWiki (known from Wikipedia), the TGT is aimed at dance professionals, dance students, dance scholars as well as young audiences who have had little or no contact with dance in the theatre.

In the first phase, the TGT is being developed.

In a first phase, 400 records with films from the database project DANCE ON DEMAND (DOD) were used. This intranet portal of the National Library was developed in 2004 by the German Dance Film Institute Bremen for the largest library in Asia in Singapore and technically realised in cooperation with the University of Bremen. For technical reasons, the DOD was no longer usable since 2019. The updated texts on the most important stage works, choreographers, institutions and topics of German dance, which are available here again, are regularly supplemented by dance-historical valuable films from the extensive holdings of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen. Currently, over 100 films can already be viewed on the TGT portal.

This new online version of the dance history tool TGT has been tested by lecturers and students and found to be very enriching. TGT is not publicly accessible for copyright reasons. User-defined access rights are managed by the German Dance Film Institute Bremen.

 

 

Wissenwandel.Digitalprogramm für Bibliotheken und Archive within Neustart Kultur is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and is launched by dbv Deutscher Bibliotheksverband.

 



Peace pain

Dreharbeiten Dienstagscompany Bremen, Schnürschuh-Theater D 18.2.2023

We are all waiting for infinite peace. We all hope that inhuman, violence- and terror-spreading regimes will collapse. We fight with ourselves against resignation and fatalism. The small human being, individual and citizen of the world at the same time, lives his or her own everyday life with various coping strategies.
The performers in this associative dance theatre piece lean on personally chosen great figures in order to find parts of freedom and peace in them. Within this framework, the production reclaims courage and strength to overcome one’s own hopelessness.

The performers of the Tuesday Company (developed from the dance theatre course) have dealt with these current themes.

Choreography: Marion Amschwand

The team of the Deutsches Tanztheater is pleased to document the premiere on film.

 

undressed. Foto: M. Knapp undressed. tanzbar_Bremen

Dreharbeiten tanzbar_Bremen Schwankhalle Bremen D 15.2.2023

Life is performance and to enter the world is also to enter a stage. In times of isolation, this stage does not exist, we are alone with ourselves and hardly enter into a relationship with other people. The game is paused – we are completely ourselves. But how much of this human being is actually visible in our public performance? In “undressed”, the dancers of tanzbar_bremen make themselves beautiful for the world and consciously enter the theatre space as a space of possibility, as a space of staging. Only gradually do they try to shed the layers of representation to reveal a glimpse of that which also wants to shine through. How much of a role should and do I want to play? What do I reveal?

Concept and choreography: Tomas Bünger | Dancers: Jenny Ecke, Tim Gerhards, Till Krumwiede, Corinna Mindt, Adriana Sinram, Oskar Spatz, Adrian Wenzel | Production assistance: Anna Rödiger, Caline Weber | Lighting: Josephine Mielke | Costume design: Katja Fritzsche | Production: tanzbar_bremen in cooperation with steptext dance project | Supported by: Senator for Culture Bremen, Aktion Mensch.

The team of the German Dance Film Institute is pleased to document the dress rehearsal on film.

 

Reinhild Hoffmann. Foto: HMH Reinhild Hoffmann and her life’s work [Digitization]

Digitalisierung Reinhild Hoffmann/ Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D seit 1.1.2022

 

There is hardly a dancer and choreographer of her generation whose work has been so comprehensively documented on film: Heide-Marie Härtel accompanied the career of 2022 Dance Prize winner Reinhild Hoffmann with her camera from the very beginning. Whether in the training hall at the Bremen Theatre, at the now legendary “Solo mit Sofa” at the Concordia Bremen, at the Folkwang Tanzstudio, at guest performances at home and abroad with the Goethe-Institut and later at her opera productions, filmmaker Härtel was there and recorded the performance.

 

Now the circle is complete: at the German Dance Film Institute in Bremen, the video recordings of Hoffmann’s life’s work will be digitised and thus secured in the long term for future dance makers and dance enthusiasts. For over a year, Reinhild Hoffmann and Heide-Marie Härtel will regularly sit down together to add more detailed information about the individual recordings to the database of the Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut.

 

This project is funded by DIS-TANZEN SOLO, a project of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. within the framework of Neustart Kultur of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

 

Dieses Projekt wird gefördert von DIS-TANZEN SOLO, einem Projekt des Dachverbands Tanz Deutschland e.V. im Rahmen von Neustart Kultur der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien.

 

 

 

 

Foto: Artur Jäger Claudia Henne in Conversation with Tobias Staab. tanz.digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Berlin D 27.1.2023

 

 

As part of the series DANCE:DIGITAL II [Making Of], cultural journalist Claudia Henne interviews Tobias Staab, choreographer and author of the project “Autonomous Avatar. An immersive Dance Experience”.

 

How much longer will we be able to control the technologies we have created? This is the question that choreographer Tobias Staab wants to explore in his project Autonomous Avatar. The dancers perform in the unusual and fascinating venue of the Bochum Planetarium: thanks to motion-capture suits, their movements generate video installations along the dome of the planetarium, depicting their digital avatars, which become more and more human-like. An ambitious project, which questions how technologies are shaping our perception of what is alive and what is not.
Press Junge Bühne on this: Young Stage

 

Tanz:digital II is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the NEUSTART KULTUR programme, aid programme DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland (umbrella organisation for dance in Germany).

 

 

 

 

Eingespielter Filmausschnitt. Foto: Yanitsa Genova Stephan Brinkmann. Lecture for the Orot Israel College in Tel Aviv [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]

Veranstaltung Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Tel Aviv / Bremen Israel / D 17.1.2023

 

Stephan Brinkmann, Professor of Contemporary Dance at the Folkwang University of the Arts, gladly accepted the opportunity to give a lecture for their dance students at the Orot Israel College for the Arts. He was a dancer and choreographer at the Folkwang Tanzstudio for two years before becoming a permanent ensemble member of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch from 1995 to 2005. Brinkmann spoke about the connection between pedagogy and choreography.

 

The simultaneous translation will be provided by Ms Katja Manor, Goethe-Institut Tel Aviv.

 

Wissenwandel.Digitalprogramm for libraries and archives within Neustart Kultur is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and is launched by dbv Deutscher Bibliotheksverband.

 



 

Kostümprobe im Institut. Emanuel Massa aus Italien berichtet von seinem European Solidarity Corps Volunteering im Tanzfilminstitut

ESC / NaturKultur e.V./ Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen D/Italy 15.1.2023

My year at the Deutsches Tanz Film Institut came to an end, and I leave with the bittersweet feeling of a great experience, of having learned many things and met wonderful people. I leave with more awareness of my means, skills and possibility, with the confidence of going out there on my own, and with the knowledge that wherever I’ll go I’ll always keep a second home in Bremen, and a second family: the community of volunteers that makes this experience so special.

At Tafi, I did not only learn technical skills on my field, film production, but also crucial soft skills: an improved communication, an understanding of the beauty of our differences and the desire to never stop. I would recommend this experience to everyone who wants to challenge their convictions and beliefs, to get an insight of what collaboration means, to grow in an international environment and to work on what they love while having support during this path.

I’ll leave this city, but I’ll try to stay as close as I can. I like the idea of seeing Bremen as the place to always come back. We all need one or two.

Emanuel is hosted by Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut (TAFI) financed by the European Solidarity Corps and Jugend für Europa.

Emanuel’s contribution appears on the homepage of NaturKulture.V.