An Evening With Pina Bausch
Tuesday March 29, 2011 Cinema Revolution Society presents two short documentaries about the renowned and enigmatic late German dancer, choreographer, and company director, Pina Bausch (1940-2009). Bausch was one of the most influential avant-garde artists on the European dance scene and the most controversial choreographer of her era. Don't miss this oppotunity to see these rarely seen glimpes into Bausch's work and process. These films are not commercially available on DVD.
"Pina Bausch" (Germany, 2006, 45 min.) Directed by Anne Linsel. From confused and irritated audiences to standing ovations worldwide, Pina Bausch shares stories of her journey in this documentary starting with forming her company Tanztheather Wuppertal in the early 1970's to creating over 30 astonishing works.
"A Breath with Pina Bausch" (Turkey, 2004, 45 min.) - Award-winning director Hüseyin Karabey's high-caliber documentary provides unprecedented access into the creative process of one of modern dance's most compelling minds. A Breath with Pina Bausch was inspired by the city of Istanbul, the cosmopolitan centre that the Byzantine, Roman and the Ottoman Empires all called home.
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