Répétition(s)

A rare and privileged glimpse as two star dancers embrace the challenge of having one week to learn and rehearse choreographer Ohad Naharin’s “B/olero.

Two star dancers, Aurlie Dupont from France and Diana Vishneva from Russia, allow a rare and privileged glimpse as they embrace the challenge of having one week to learn and rehearse choreographer Ohad Naharin’s B/olero in the Tel Aviv studios of Batsheva Dance Company, in preparation for performances at Vishneva’s CONTEXT Festival in Moscow. The camera closely observes their process, capturing their strengths and vulnerabilities while absorbing the essence of the work.

Directors: Catherine Ginier-Gillet, Luc Pagès
Choreographer: Ohad Naharin
(France, 2019) 45:12

screening

November 5, 2019 4:30 pm

Delancey Street Screening Room

Price: $13 - $15

Documentary

Runtime: 45 minutes
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