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Autonomous Avatar/ Tobias Staab. tanz:digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Tobias Staab + Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bochum, Planetarium D 1.12.2022

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.
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Within the framework of tanz:digital II, the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is building a bridge between the motivation of the realising artists and the focused circle of users. In concrete terms, this means that “making ofs” are being created for around 10 individual projects, which prepare potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new offerings.

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.

 

 

Wayne Götz (Deutsch) TALK 2 ME 4D/ Wayne Götz. tanz:digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Bremen. Schwankhalle D 30.11.2022

 

In Talk2Me4D, Wayne Götz and Lucy Flournoy, both physical theatre performers, want to explore the possibilities and limitations of artificial intelligences such as GPT-3 and Amazon’s Alexa. Beside interacting with them on stage, they also create an immersive, fourth-dimensional, exquisitely entertaining version of the performance, that the public can experience with VR glasses. The project liberates new technologies from a dystopian imagery, reminding us that play is at the basis of every artistic experience.

 

Within the framework of tanz:digital II, the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is building a bridge between the motivation of the realising artists and the focused circle of users. In concrete terms, this means that “making ofs” are being created for around 10 individual projects, which prepare potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new offerings.

 

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).

 

 

Orot Israel College Tela Aviv as guest in the archive of the Dance Film Institute. Seminar in live stream. [WissensWandel. Digitalprogramm des dbv]
Aus dem Studio im Archiv des Deutschen Tanzfilminstituts Bremen direkt nach Tel Aviv.
Seminar Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Tel Aviv / Bremen Israel / D 25.10.2022 bis 17.01.2023, 14-tägig

 

This new digital mediation format is being developed by the German Dance Film Institute Bremen thanks to the support of “WissensWandel. Digital Programme for Archives and Libraries of the dbv German Library Association”. Heide-Marie Härtel offers a seminar on the history of dance for students of the Orot Israel College in Tel Aviv via live stream from the studio in Bremen. The event will focus in particular on the relationship between dance and politics. Historical dance film material from the institute’s own archive will illustrate the contents of the seminar. Heide-Marie Härtel is developing the lectures in close cooperation with Dr. Talia Perlshtein, head of the dance department of the Orot Israel College.

 

As simultaneous translators:in Ziv Frenkel, Berlin, and Katja Manor, Goethe-Institut Tel Aviv will accompany the seminar.

 

All film excerpts will be subtitled in English.

 

Invited are the lecturers:
* Reinhild Hoffmann, dancer, choreographer, dance prize winner 2022
* Dorotheé Hahne, musician, composer
* Professor Henrietta Horn, Folkwang University of the Arts, dance degree programme
* Professor Stephan Brinkmann, Fokwang University of the Arts, director of dance degree programme

 

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.

 



 

Folkwang University of the Arts as guest at the Dance Film Institute. Lectures in live stream. [WissensWandel.Digitalprogramm des dbv]
Das Deutsche Tanzfilminstitut öffnet sein Archiv für ein Live-Stream Seminar in Essen-Werden.
Veranstaltung Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Essen-Werden / Bremen D 18.10.2022 bis 31.01.2023, 14-tägig

 

Funded by the dbv German Library Association, Heide-Marie Härtel is developing a new digital mediation format for students at the Folkwang University of the Arts as part of the project “WissensWandel. Digital Programme for Libraries and Archives within Neustart Kultur” project, Heide-Marie Härtel is developing a new digital mediation format for students at Folkwang University of the Arts. The seminar on modern dance history will be broadcast from the studio at the German Dance Film Institute in Bremen – via live stream.
The focus of the seminar is particularly on the relationship between dance and politics. Important chroeographers include Kurt Joos, Hans Kresnik, Susanne Linke and Reinhild Hoffmann. In the live stream, Härtel can have film excerpts played from the rich film material of the in-house archive. The students discuss and reflect on the basis of specifically selected historical film examples with their lecturer, Professor Henrietta Horn in Essen, with Heide-Marie Härtel and invited guests, such as Reinhild Hoffmann, in Bremen.

This seminar is realised in close cooperation with the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen-Werden and Professor Henrietta Horn.

 

The seminar will be offered in English.
All film excerpts will be subtitled in 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.

 



 

Aktion-Tanz, Hoffmann, Goecke, Winkler. Foto: Ursula Kaufmann Ceremony of the German Dance Award 2022

Dreharbeiten Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. Essen im Aalto-Theater D 15.10.2022

The German Dance Prize is the most prestigious prize for dance in Germany and has been awarded annually at a festive dance gala since 1983.

On 15 October, the award ceremony of the German Dance Prize 2022 took place at the Aalto Theatre in Essen. With a diverse programme and international guests, the diversity of dance and the art of the award winners were celebrated.

The multifaceted programme of the German Dance Award 2022 was presented at the Aalto-Theatre in Essen.

This year, the multifaceted programme revolved exclusively around the prize-winners. Two pieces by Marco Goecke were part of the programme. Lilith Hakobyan from the Staatsballett Hannover danced the solo Tué to music by the singer Barbara, which Marco Goecke dedicated to Princess Caroline of Monaco in 2009 as a tribute to her many years of commitment to dance. Rosario Guerra and Louis Steinmetz, also from the Staatsballett Hannover, also presented Marco Goecke’s duet Midnight Raga, whose title is based on classical Indian music.

Christoph Winkler presented his piece Coming Together to the music of the composition of the same name by Federic Rzewski, performed by the international Zafraan Ensemble. Dancers from the Netherlands, Nigeria, New Zealand and Germany deal with the body in turmoil and explore the body’s potential for protest.

Christoph Winkler’s piece Coming Together is set to music by Federic Rzewski.

Reinhild Hoffmann’s performance Solange man unterwegs ist… (As long as you’re on the road…), created especially for the event, takes us on a journey into her artistic past and allows us to experience her work of the past decades in the present.

The film WE LIVE IN A STRANGE WORLD – a dance film inspired by the speeches of Greta Thunberg by Christin and Carola Schmidt, created as part of the Chance Tanz funding programme of the Aktion Tanz association, will be presented as an example of the work of the association.

 

The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is pleased to document the gala on the occasion of the awarding of the highest prize for dance in Germany on film again this year.

Foto: Kirsten Tiedemann Kultursalon Essen as part of the German Dance Award 2022

Dreharbeiten Dachverband Tanz Deutschland e.V. Essen - Pact Zollverein D 14.10.2022 um 19.00 Uhr

 

The 2022 Dance Prize winners:in conversation about their work with : Marco Goecke, Christoph Winkler, Reinhild Hoffmann and the Aktion Tanz Company tell us about their research and inspirations.

German Dance Award 2022
CULTURE SALON 14.10.2022 / 19h
PACT Zollverein

Moderation:
Michael Freundt & Brit Rodemund

19:00 Welcome by moderator and Muchtar Al Ghusain (Alderman of the City of Essen for Youth, Education and Culture)

19:05 Talk session with Marco Goecke and Reinhild Hoffmann

Introduction of the laudator Reid Anderson

19:07 Laudation of Marco Goecke as video by Reid Anderson (8-10 min.)
19:15 Talk with the laudators and award winners (20 min.)

Introduction of the laudator Hedwig Müller

19:35 Laudation of Reinhild Hoffmann by Hedwig Müller
19:45 Talk with the laudators and prize winners
20:05 PAUSE

20:30 Talk with Christoph Winkler and Aktion Tanz

Introduction of the laudator Elisabeth Nehring

20:32 Laudation for Christoph Winkler by Elisabeth Nehring
20:40 Talk with the laudators and prize winners

Transition to Aktion Tanz
Introduction of the laudator Madeline Ritter

21:00 Laudation on Aktion Tanz by Madeline Ritter
21:10 Talk with the laudators and award winners
21:30 Farewell

From 21:30 Reception and conclusion with music in the foyer

 

Filmstill INNER SUSPENSION (2). With Susanne Linke in Essen-Werden Tanzhaus Züllig

Dreharbeiten Susanne Linke / Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Essen-Werden /Folkwang Universität D 29.9. bis 3.10.2022

 

Masters are truly great for what they pass on to their students: they leave traces that settle over time, becoming footsteps that others can walk in the future. The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen documented the Inner Suspension training programme developed by dancer and choreographer Susanne Linke at the Tanzhaus Züllig of the Folkwang Universität Tanz. The aim is to record and pass on this foundation of her way of working. An intensive experience with the great choreographer and her closest collaborators. Accompanied by Professor Henrietta Horn.

 

 

Point de Vue Point de vue/ cie. toula limnaios. tanz.digital I [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Berlin D 20.9.2022

 

In the Point de vue project, part of the tanz:digital series, cie. toula limnaios uses live stream technologies to expand perception and transcend the everyday boundaries of reality. Cameras, integrated by 360° recordings, dance with the performers on stage to create an immersive viewing experience for the audience. Digital media are no longer a mere technical support, but real creative tools, and the choreography on stage is translated into an autonomous audiovisual art format.

 

Tanz:digital II wird gefördert durch die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Programm NEUSTART KULTUR, Hilfsprogramm DIS-TANZEN des Dachverband Tanz Deutschland

 

Virtual Sureallity/ bodytalk. tanz:digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Düsseldorf D 1.9.2022

Virtual reality technologies are often used to create alternative dimensions; but what if instead we used them to give substance to something fragile that we already possess, such as our memories? In the Virtual Surreality project, the members of the “bodytalk” collective (Yoshiko Waki, Rolf Baumgart, Marcus Bomski) asked various dance experts what they considered to be the most significant moments in the history of dance; they then traced these moments in the archives of the Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut, and reenacted them interactively with a team of four dancers. The results of the reconstruction are compared with the personal memories of the people interviewed, who watch the performances with VR glasses: past and present are intertwined in this ‘surreal reality’, and what has been is not really lost, but can return to dance.

 

 

In the context of tanz:digital II, the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is building a bridge between the artists and the public. In concrete terms, this means that “making-ofs” will be created for around 10 individual projects, preparing potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new installations.

 

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.

 

Foto: Giulia Oglialoro Beyond Lightscapes/ Marcus Doering, Lars Scheibner und André Bernhard. tanz:digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Neustrelitz D 25.8.2022

The Beyond Lightscapes project takes virtual reality research to a previously unexplored level in the world of dance. The PMD-ART Productions collective, composed of Marcus Doering, Lars Scheibner and André Bernhardt, has in fact devised a technology that makes it possible to map and actively follow the dancers in real time: the video therefore does not take place in a separate dimension, but is attached to the dancers, it follows them and adapts to them, like a real costume made of light. The dancers’ movements give life to magnificent scenographies and suggestive visual effects, leaving us to imagine all the possibilities that an artistic communication between man and machine can open up.

 

In the context of tanz:digital II, the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is building a bridge between the artists and the public. In concrete terms, this means that “making-ofs” will be created for around 10 individual projects, preparing potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new installations.

 

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.

 

Foto: Mariann Menke Fünf Minuten Heimat
Geboren werden ist das erste Exil. Denn das Leben auf der Erde ist eine ewige Diaspora. / To be born is the first exile. For life on earth is an eternal diaspora
Dreharbeiten ProdÁrt Hafenmuseum Bremen D 19.8.2022

We are made up of the places we have passed through, the encounters that have enriched us, the people we have met and changed, even imperceptibly, the trajectory of our lives. This seems to be the heart of the piece “5 Minuten Heimat”, directed by Fabián Aimar and choreographed by Günther Grollitsch: to make us understand that migration regards not only individuals who move from one country to another, but indeed it represents the basic condition of human beings. We move, we grow, we respond to desires and needs, and these desires and needs sometimes take us far from home. The team of the Deutsces Tanzfilminstitut filmed the premiere of the performance in the spaces of the Hafenmuseum in Bremen: the dancers are migrants with and without disabilities who, for the duration of the show, seem to reconstruct on stage the homeland they have lost, or have not yet found.

 

ProdArt e.V. was founded in 2021 due to the mutual interest of the artists in their creative approaches. ProdArt artists understand diversity as a guiding principle for social and individual action. Diversity does not demand the adaptation of the individual, but promotes the opening of society – and thus a basic attitude that recognises each person as valuable on the basis of their individual characteristics and abilities.

 
With its work, the association wants to work towards the creation of favourable conditions for living, learning and working together, focusing on the equal participation of people with mental, physical, psychological and sensory impairments and/or chronic illnesses as well as different cultural origins and sexual orientations in social-cultural and artistic life.

Direction and concept: Fabian Aimar | Performance: Diene Abdoulaye, Doris Geist, Sakura Inoue, Ulrike Knospe, Estefan Vega Leon, Beno Novak, Caline Weber, Sergey Zhukov | Choreographic accompaniment: Günther Grollitsch | Production: ProdArt e.V. | Supported by Landesverband TanzSzene Bremen.

 
Supported by: Senator für Kultur Bremen, Supported by the NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NETWORK – STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR. Aid Programme Dance.

If the body could speak/ Robert Wechsler. tanz:digital II [Making Of]

Dreharbeiten Palindrome Dance Company Weimar D 13.08.2022

“If the body could speak”, what would it say? This is the question Robert Wechsler, choreographer and director of Palindrome Dance Company, asked himself when he designed an installation that generates sounds as soon as a body moves over a special carpet. An inclusive work that allows people with disabilities to dance and produce sounds, but also a poetic exercise, in which with just a few movements we can become a waterfall, a guitar or a bird rising into the sky, overcoming with imagination the limits imposed by the body. The magic carpet exists, and not only in fairy tales.

 

The German Dance Film Institute Bremen builds in the context of tanz:digital II a bridge between the motivation of the realizing artist:inside and the thus focused circle of users. In concrete terms, this means that “making ofs” will be created for around 10 individual projects, preparing potential users, whether tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they decide to entrust themselves to one of the many new offerings.

Tanz:digital II is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the NEUSTART KULTUR program, aid program DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.

 

Nele Buchholz im Interview. Filmstill POSITIONS:DANCE #5 ACCESS. Films by Burkhart Siedhoff

Dreharbeiten Dachverband Tanz Deutschland Bremen, Berlin, Köln u.a. D 1.8.2022 - 30.01.2023

 

 

“Inclusivity’ is now a central concept in the world of contemporary dance: but what exactly does it mean?
From a collaboration between the TAFI team and Burkhart Siedhoff of Dachverband Tanz, these interviews with some dancers with disabilities tell us how the world of dance can open up to different bodies, and poetics.

 

The symposium Positions:Dance #5ACCESS

What development must there be in German (contemporary) dance so that everyone has access? What impulses are needed so that we do not equate professional dance exclusively with protonormalistic body images and movements? Can cultural policy give impulses so that dance does not just open a door here and there for people with disabilities, but that the whole world of dance is open to them – with all the support and freedom for artistic development?

Together with artists, organisers and politicians with and without disabilities, we would like to discuss structures and funding so that people with disabilities have sustainable access to dance. We had originally planned this year’s symposium within the framework of the German Dance Prize from 13 to 15 October. In discussion with artists and cultural actors with and without disabilities, we developed the idea of leaving the usual format of a three-day tightly scheduled symposium and choosing a decelerated and more sustainable format with regard to the negotiation of the topic.

The 5 modules of the symposium will take place online and will each be dedicated to a focus of the theme ‘Access’, from dance education to questions of professionalisation and transnational perspectives.

 

https://www.deutschertanzpreis.de/symposium/symposium-2022

 

POSITIONS:DANCE #5 ACCESS is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the programme NEUSTART KULTUR, aid programme DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.

 

 

Foto:Heide-Marie Härtel Inner Suspension (1). With Susanne Linke in Berlin

Dreharbeiten Susanne Linke / Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen Berlin D 14.-16.6.2022

 

Masters are truly great for what they pass on to their students: they leave traces that settle over time, becoming footsteps that others can walk in the future. The Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut team went to Berlin to document the “Inner Suspension” training programme, developed by dancer and choreographer Susanne Linke. The aim is to record and pass on this basis of her working method. An immersive experience with the great choreographer and her closest collaborators.

 

 

 

tanz:digital II. Virtual and Interactive Forum for Dance [Making Of II].
Mit tanz:digital II sollen Tanzkünstler*innen, Tanzensembles und Institutionen des Tanzes in der medialen Präsentation künstlerischer Produktionen gestärkt werden. Das Deutsche Tanzfilminstitut dokumentiert ausgewählte Projekte.
Video-Produktion Dachverband Tanz Deutschland/ NEUSTART KULTUR Bundesweit D 2022

“With tanz:digital, the umbrella organization Tanz Deutschland, in cooperation with dance archives, production houses and the model projects funded within the project, is pursuing the goal of making dance a virtual and immersive experience and presenting it online as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR program.

With tanz:digital, dance artists*, dance ensembles and institutions of dance (venues, archives, dance schools, mediation projects, etc.) are to be strengthened in the medial presentation of artistic productions.” Dachverband Tanz Deutschland

 

The German Dance Film Institute Bremen has made it its task in this framework to build a bridge between the motivation of the realizing artists:inside and the thus focused circle of users. In concrete terms, this means that “making ofs” will be created for about 10 individual projects, which will prepare potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new offerings.

 

The Making Ofs will follow the highly unique production process of each of the selected projects on one day of filming, making the choice of technical, aesthetic, and possibly educational means accessible to a wide audience in a film of about 10 minutes about each project. Interviews with the artistic directors and other project participants will complement the film report.

 

The German Dance Film Institute Bremen will accompany selected projects as part of “tanz:digital II”

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tanz digital is a project in the umbrella organization Tanz Deutschland funded by the NEUSTART KULTUR program of the Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

 

© Efrat Mazor Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor ART ATTACK – Festival TANZ Bremen
Ein wildes, wundervolles Manifest des Feierns. / A wild, wonderful manifesto of celebration.
Dreharbeiten TANZ Bremen Theater Bremen D 11.5.2022 um 20.00 Uhr

Art wants, art should, art may, it must! It spreads and becomes loud when a dance performance is called ART ATTACK. With this group piece, the experienced duo Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor from Israel illuminate a relationship: that of the society, perhaps represented by the audience, with the art and with the artists. The performers pose and run, tumble, dance and entertain so that the sparks fly. Dynamism! Variety! Eyes open! Music drives into the limbs and memory.

“We want to praise the aggressive movement, the fiebrige sleeplessness, the running step, the somersault, the slap in the face and the punch in the fist”, wrote Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in Manifesto of Futurism in 1909. Manifestos play a crucial role in ART ATTACK, written by artists of different professions. None of them has the last word, and what is serious and what is not keeps the attack in the balance. “We must stop despising desire,” demanded Valentine de Saint-Point in the 1913 Lust-Futurism counter-manifesto.”

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NIV SHEINFELD was a dancer and choreographer for Kibbutz and Batsheva Dance Company, among others. OREN LAOR studied acting and drama at Tel Aviv University. They have been working together and touring worldwide since 2004. The quartet ART ATTACK premiered in Tel Aviv in April 2021.

 

The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen documents this dance performance.

Re_Cycle-tanzbar_bremen. Foto Daniela Buchholz RE_CYCLE-tanzbar_bremen Premiere
Ist das Kunst oder kann das weg? Ein Tanztheaterstück zu einem Aspekt von Nachhaltigkeit erarbeitet vom 5-köpfigen inklusiven Team unter der Leitung von Günther Grollitsch.
Dreharbeiten tanzbar_bremen in Kooperation mit dem Theater Bremen Theater Bremen - Kleines Haus D 27.4.2022 um 20.00 Uhr

In this piece, among other things, the value of artistic work from past eras and its lasting effects on today’s creative work are questioned. Among other things, the waste pyramid is interpreted in a cultural-historical context.

 

Recycling and reuse are omnipresent on stage and shape the development process of the new production.

This material cycle is examined and stretched into artistic approaches and realisations. In this way, a poetic-satirical study of our being in a time full of tension is presented.

 

The team of tanzbar_bremen is supported by Delia Nordhaus, the director of the Upcycling Gallery Wallerie, as well as by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Albers, who is working on recycling in the field of environmental and bioengineering.

 

Tickets: 19 € / con. 9 €

Tickets available via the Theater Bremen.

 

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Details

Concept and choreography: Günther Grollitsch in collaboration with the dancers

Dance: Jenny Ecke, Till Krumwiede, Corinna Mindt, Oskar Spatz, Adrian Wenzel

Dramaturgy: Tom Bünger

Stage design: Delia Nordhaus, Janina Mau

Costume: Lui Nilson, Katja Fritzsche

Production management: Stina Hinrichs

 

Production

tanzbar_bremen in cooperation with Theater Bremen

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Supported by the Senator for Culture Bremen.

 

Funding: Fonds Darstellende Künste aus Mitteln der Beauftragtenderder Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR, Karin und Uwe Hollweg Stiftung sowie Waldemar Koch Stiftung.

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Premiere on 27 April 2022, 8pm

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As part of TANZ Bremen 2022 on 06 May 2022, 6pm

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The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is pleased to document the premiere on film

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Die Fotografin Marianne Menke moving faces. Photo and film portraits of 36 Bremen dance makers
Preview der 36 Filmporträts im Live-Stream aus dem Deutschen Tanzfilminstitut Bremen.
Sendetermin Landesverband TanzSzene Bremen e.V. Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut Bremen/ Forum am Wall D 11.12.2021 um 18.00 Uhr

Many facets become visible in the almost 40 portraits of Bremen’s dance practitioners, which were commissioned by the Landesverband TanzSzene Bremen and captured by photographer Marianne Menke.

 

While looking for a photo setting, Marianne Menke came to the Tanzfilminstitut: together with Heide-Marie Härtel, she developed the idea of using the photo setting at the institute as a backdrop for a personal interview with the respective artist. Together with existing film material from the Dance Film Institute’s archive and supplemented by current film footage from the ballet schools and dance studios as well as rehearsals in progress, the informative series of short portraits was created: “moving faces” show the protagonists in their professional environment.

 

The result is 36 video clips of about three minutes, which reflect the high level of professionalism, the artistic diversity and the whole range of creative work of dance artists who come to Bremen from all over the world.

 

The series of short portraits shows the protagonists in their professional environment.

 

The film clips were realised by the team of the German Dance Film Institute and Médoune Seck.

 

The video portraits of the participating artists will be online on the homepage of the Landesverband TanzSzene Bremen from 12.12.2021 and can be accessed there under “TanzSzene“.

 

The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen would like to thank all participants for their creative collaboration.

 

Supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR initiative. Aid Programme Dance