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1. Tele-Tanzjournal : insights/contrasts/traditions, season 92/93

Author: Heide-Marie HärtelSusan BarnettClaudia JeschkeJens GreunerGert WeigeltAll authors
Publisher: Bremen, Germany : Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Pilot for a film magazine on current dance development in Germany.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Documentaries and factual films and programs
Educational/cultural films and programs
Named Person: Pina Bausch; William Forsythe; Maurice Béjart; Peter Appel; Heinz Spoerli; Anne Woolliams; Birgit Scherzer; Uwe Scholz; Dieter Jaenicke; Bernd Schindowski; Pavel Mikuláštik; Krisztina Horváth; Arila Siegert; Irina Pauls; Joachim Schlömer; Liz King; Birgitta Trommler; Vivienne Newport; Kristine Sommerlade; Jean Cébron; Hans Züllig; Kurt Jooss; Mats Ek; Stephan Thoss; Gret Palucca; Gisela Peters-Rohse; Susanne Linke; Nele Hertling; Jochen Schmidt; Hedwig Müller; Reinhild Hoffmann; Jochen Ulrich; Christine Brunel; Charles Atlas; Stefan Schneider; Mary Wigman; Johann Kresnik; Wim Vandekeybus; Urs Dietrich; Gerhard Bohner; Carolyn Carlson; Wanda Golonka; VA Wölfl; Rui Horta
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Heide-Marie Härtel; Susan Barnett; Claudia Jeschke; Jens Greuner; Gert Weigelt; Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut.
OCLC Number: 82513133
Language Note: Titles in English and German ; narration in English.
Notes: Title from container ; subtitle from frame.
Credits: Professional advice, Claudia Jeschke ; conceptional design, Jens Menzel ; layout, Eva Besirske ; journalistic advice, Frank Buchwald ; additional collaboration, Jens Greuner, Cosima Santoro, Stefan Schneider, and Gerd Weigelt.
Description: 1 videocassette (90 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: [Pina Bausch and William Forsythe] / a look at recent works by two prominent choreographers, illustrated with excerpts from Bausch's Tanzabend I, performed by Tanztheater Wuppertal, and Forsythe's Limb's theorem and Alie/n a(c)tion, performed by Ballett Frankfurt. Klassik '93 : ballet in the opera house / overview of the classical ballet scene, featuring Peter Appel's contributions to German ballet as teacher and balletmaster, and recent works by Maurice Béjart (Verklärte Nacht and The miraculous mandarin, performed by Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin), Heinz Spoerli (Goldberg variations and Giselle, performed by Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Düsseldorf), Birgit Scherzer (Romeo and Juliet, performed by Staatstheater Saarbrücken), and Uwe Scholz (Wagner and Pax questuosa, performed by Oper Leipzig) ; commentaries by Anne Woolliams and Dieter Jaenicke. Tanztheater '93 : the range in the city theatres / survey of works by the second generation of dance/theater choreographers: Bernd Schindowski (Sacres II, performed by Musiktheater im Revier, Gelsenkirchen), Pavel Mikuláštik (Amerika, performed by Freiburger Theater), Krisztina Horváth (Tantz-Schul, performed by Staatstheater Kassel), Arila Siegert (Der gelbe Klang, performed by Landestheater Dessau), Irina Pauls (Ball der verlorenen Seelen, performed by Schauspielhaus Leipzig), Joachim Schlömer (Louisiana mama, performed by Ulmer Theater), Liz King (Wien, Wien du bist allein, performed by Stadttheater Heidelberg), Birgitta Trommler (Wie Lulu, performed by Stadttheater Münster), and Vivienne Newport (7 von 10, performed by Stadttheater Münster). This segment also portrays the first Wuppertaler Schultanzwoche, organized by Kristine Sommerlade's mind the gap Tanztheater as a means of developing future audiences by giving children dance experience. The training of professional dancers is represented by Jean Cébron's modern dance class at the Folkwangschule Essen, and a tribute to his colleague Hans Züllig. Poème dansée, choreographed by Cébron, and Onno, choreographed by Urs Dietrich, a student of Züllig, are performed by Folkwangschule students. Traditionslinien : the heritage of German Expressionism / discussion of the work of Mats Ek and Stephan Thoss, choreographers who respectively carry on the traditions of Kurt Jooss and Gret Palucca, illustrated by excerpts from Ek's Meinungslose Weiden, performed by the Hamburger Ballett, and Thoss' Die vier Jahreszeiten, performed by Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden. Gisela Peters' children's classes at the Palucca Schule in Dresden, and the Internationale Sommerakademie in Köln are depicted. Tanz regional : a region in motion / survey of dance activity in the industrial region of Nordrhein-Westfalen. Speakers at a conference for dancers, choreographers, and politicians include Nele Hertling, Jochen Schmidt, Kristine Sommerlade, Hedwig Müller, Reinhild Hoffmann, Jochen Ulrich, Christine Brunel, and Pina Bausch. Dance excerpts include Susanne Linke's Ruhr-Ort, Hoffmann's Zeche Eins (performed by Schauspielhaus Bochum), Ulrich's Carmen (performed by Oper der Stadt Köln), and Brunel's Zoar. The American filmmaker Charles Atlas discusses the growing interest in dance films and videos. The work of a pioneering German dance filmmaker, Stefan Schneider, is seen in Effort public. Tanz : Politik : theme and variations / the interaction of dance and politics is represented by the exhibition Weltenfriede-Jugendgluck: vom Ausdruckstanz zum Olympischen Festspiel, mounted by the Akademie der Künst, Berlin, in 1993. Mary Wigman, Kurt Jooss, and other dancers active during the Nazi period are discussed. Political activism in present-day dance in Germany is demonstrated through the work of Johann Kresnik (Wendewut, performed by Theater am Goetheplatz, Bremen) and Wim Vandekeybus (Her body doesn't fit her soul, performed at the Theater der Welt Festival, München). Hommage : Gerhard Bohner, dancer and choreographer / tribute to Bohner, who died in 1992, presented through a collage of his work in moving pictures and still images, and excerpts from Dialog mit G.B., created by Susanne Linke and Urs Dietrich. Modelle & trends : in search of alternatives / a look at the economic problems confronting German dance, and some possible solutions. Examples are Carolyn Carlson's Commedia, co-produced by the Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris, and German and French television stations, and the independently produced RCA, performed by Wanda Golonka/VA Wölfl Neuer Tanz, Düsseldorf. A discussion of the future of German dance highlights Rui Horta's trendsetting Made to measure (performed by S.O.A.P. Dance Theatre, Frankfurt).
Responsibility: Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut ; a film by Heide-Marie Härtel ; direction, Heide-Marie Härtel and Susan Barnett.

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