Dancing Dreams DVD
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Directed by Anne Linsel, Rainer Hoffman
Produced in 2010
Main Language - German with English subtitles
A documentary about Pina Bausch, the famous German choreographer and artistic manager of the Tanztheater Wuppertal, and subject of Wim Wenders' film, Pina.
The film follows Pina Bausch as she stages a ballet using a group of 40 young people. Believing that a ballet changes dependent on the dancers used, Bausch decided to test her theory by using 14-18 year-old schoolchildren in a production of her 1978 work, 'Kontaktof' (Contact Zone). The film follows the children as they work through the rehearsal process with Bausch, and records their growing confidence as they become more at ease both with the work, and their own abilities.
Publisher: Soda Pictures
Length: 92 mins
Cat No: SODA119
Format: DVD Colour