Four Corners of The World

Four short films from four countries — Columbia, Iran, China, and India — demonstrate the timelessness of the world’s universal language.

Four films from four countries — Columbia, Iran, China, and India — demonstrate the timelessness of the world’s most universal language. Dance brings us into ancient civilizations through intricate movements and gestures that have transcended time, war, and even laws forbidding this richly layered form of cultural expression.

shorts program

November 8, 2019 4:45 pm

Brava Theater Center

Price: $13 - $15

Short

Runtime: 75 minutes
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Program Films

Kaddume
Kaddume is an expedition that recognizes San Basilio de Palenque’s past and future relationships. It’s a look to and from …
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Álvaro José Peña
Erika Suárez
Columbia

Kaddume

A Dance for Death
The traditional mourning dance has not been performed for nearly 50 years until Ali, a Kurdish dance master, decides to …
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Zanyar Azizi
Zanyar Azizi
Iran

A Dance for Death

Holdin Up Universes, sfdff 2019
In India, the idea of God is inseparable from the idea of infinity …
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Manjari Chandrashekar
Manjari Chandrashekar
India

Holding Up Universes (Jagadodharana)

MONK
A son is brought to a monastery by his parents and left there. He struggles to become a monk and …
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Aly Rose
Aly Rose, Charcy Ye, Tao Siye
China

MONK

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