Backstage – Are You Ready For Dance? The World’s Newest Dance Performances
This series of dancer & choreographer portraits gives the viewer a glimpse behind the stages. Each episode follows the choreographer & dancers during the rehearsals for their latest piece and finally shows the performance on stage. Several interviews enlighten the intentions of the choreographers and their working process. With its easily accessible approach, this series intends to generate a broader interest in dance among viewers, not only aiming at passionate dancers. Introducing most of the world's latest dance companies from Austria, France, Turkey, Canada, Burkina Faso, USA, Iceland, Slovenia, Portugal/South Africa, Netherlands/Spain, India/UK, Germany, and Switzerland.
- Parental rating
- Not recommended for children under 18
- 136 min
- Original language
- Non-verbal language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Barbara Weissenbeck
- Wim Vandekeybus "Blush" · Akram Khan Company “Ma” · Mark Thompkins “Song and Dance” · Iceland Dance Company “We Are All Marlene Dietrich FOR” · Marie Chouinard “bODY_rEMIX/gOLDBERG_vARIATIONS” · Le Ballet de l’ Opéra de Paris “Bach Suite″ & “VéroniqueDoisneau”…
- Austria , France, Turkey, Canada, Burkina Faso, USA, Iceland, Slovenia, Portugal/South Africa, Netherlands/Spain, India/UK, Germany, Switzerland
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