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Dance on Screen - Ekman's A Swan Lake (With Director's Talk)

  • 2018.04.21 Saturday 15:30-18:00

  • Mountain View Theater

    3 - 4F, the Sea World Culture and Arts Center丨Design Society

Winner of IMZ Dance Screen 2016 Award for Best Live Performance Relay and Camera Re-work

  • This is a free-booking event, please claim your tickets with the booking code 30 minuts prior to the event at the lobby of the Mountain View Theater.
  • Please claim your tickets before 15:25 on the day of the event, or the unclaimed seats will be served to walk-in participants after 15:25.
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Swan Lake premiered at the Bolshoi Theatre in 1877, to the music of Tchaikovsky. What many people do not know is that the original version was a major fiasco and was quickly forgotten. This interested Alexander Ekman – the forgotten Swan Lake, a work about which we know nothing. Now he has chosen to recreate and freely poeticise over this first Swan Lake, the fiasco.

Program

Oh! Million Fist! (噢!百万拳!)
HK | 2017 | 7' | Dir/Chor: Hugh Cho
* With director after talk

A Swan Lake
NOR | 2014 | 98' | English | Chinese subtitles
Director: Jeff Tudor
Choreographer: Alexander Ekman

设计互联 | 艾克曼版《天鹅湖》_腾讯视频

Screendance: A New Visual Language

Screendance (Dance on Screen) is a unique cinematic experience that merges cinematography and choreography. It stirs the imagination and adds a whole new dimension to understanding movement. The screendance genre offers stimulating and sometimes provocative films that, as the name invokes, are never purely about dance nor wholly concerning film. They might, in other words, depict movement in a conceptual context, with all the eccentricities screendance offers as a storytelling medium.

SUPPORT | Nanshan District Publicity Department of Shenzhen Municipal Committee of the CPC 

Program

Dance on Screen - Ekman's A Swan Lake

Mountain View Theater (3 - 4F, the Sea World Culture and Arts Center丨Design Society)

With Director's Talk

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