A cycle begins on January 10 where you will see recordings of dance shows to see it from different perspectives.
On January 10, CaixaFòrum opens a new series of screenings. It is the cycle ‘Filmed Dance’ and proposes a different way of observing this discipline and experiencing it from different angles and points of view, either in unusual spaces or entering the depths of a company to see how the machinery works. The cycle proposes four appointments that will show you the audiovisual potential of dance and will take place between January 10 and February 21.
On Sunday 10 you can see the screening of Dantza, a film directed by Telmo Esnal that is inspired by symbols and metaphors of Basque dances. Sunday 24 is the turn of a 1988 film in which the Royal Danish Ballet performs The Sylph, by August Bournonville, one of the most famous works of romantic ballet. The choreographies of Jirí Kylián are embodied in Black & White ballets (1995-1997), performed by the Netherlands Dans Theater and which you can see on Sunday 7 February. The cycle concludes with Dancing Dreams, a documentary directed by Anne Linsel and Rainer Hoffman that follows 40 teenagers under the direction of legendary choreographer Pina Bausch.
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