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Ingmar Bergman: through the choreographer’s eyes

The renowned Swedish choreographers Alexander Ekman, Pär Isberg, Pontus Lidberg and Joakim Stephenson, with principal dancers Jenny Nilson, Nathalie Nordquist, Oscar Salomonsson and Nadja Sellrup from the Royal Swedish Ballet, interpret Ingmar Bergman through four unique dance performances reflecting on human relations and intense feelings. The dances are linked together with image of the epic natural beauty of Fårö and Bergman’s poetic home Hammars, including the voice of the master himself – Ingmar Bergman – revealing his thoughts about movements and music.

Duration: 51′
Production year: 2016
Format: HD
 

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Silêncio – Voices of Lisbon

Silêncio – Voices of Lisbon is a music documentary relating the determination of Fado musicians to keep their art alive in the rapidly changing city of Lisbon. The music and lyrics of Fado songs have an important role in the film as they are guiding us through the story, mainly focusing on two characters, Ivone Dias and Marta Miranda, whose different voices lead us into the soul of Lisbon’s Fado community.

The documentary was directed by Judit Klamár and Céline Coste Carlisle and was partially supported by the Museu do Fado (Lisbon’s Fado Museum) and RTP (National Portuguese Television).

Duration: 87′ and 60′

Screenings in festivals
FIDBA in Argentina
In-edit International Music Documentary Film Festival in Brazil
International Intangible Heritage Film Festival in South Korea
IndieCork in Ireland
International Festival of Ethnological Film in Serbia.
Minsk IFF “Listapad” in Belarus
Arlington Int’l Film Festival in USA
Fickin’ International Film Festival Kinshasa in Congo
Solidarity Human’s Rights Film Festival in Tel Aviv, Israel
The Femme Revolution Film Fest in México

Theater releases
Premiere in Portugal in the Cine Eco – Serra da Estrela International Environmental Film Festival
Lisbon premiere in the context of the FESTin Film Festival in December 2021

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The Swan Lake: a new choreography by Angelin Preljocaj

After Snow White and Romeo and Juliet, Angelin Preljocaj returns to narrative ballet and his taste for stories.
Based on Tchaikovsky’s music mixed with contemporary arrangements, he takes hold of the myth of the swan dancer. In homage to Marius Petipa, he projects himself into the choreographer’s imagination with his idea of this new Swan Lake.

With the 26 Dancers of the Preljocaj Ballet
Music by Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovsky

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Genre: Classical Dance
Filmed by Tommy Pascal
Location: Chaillot – National Dance Theater
Duration: 120′
Shooting date: December 22-23 2020
Format: HD

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Ron Carter “New Foursight Quartet” in 4K

Ron Carter, along with Rene Rosnes on piano, Jimmy Greene on tenor saxophone and Payton Crossley on drums, make up the Ron Carter New Foursight Quartet. This concert is a declaration of love to Miles Davis with tracks from his tribute album Dear Miles (2006) as well as works written by Davis himself: “Flamenco Skeches”, “Seven Steps To Heaven”…

Genre: Jazz
Filmed by Samuel Thiebaut
Location:Loto Jazz Festival
Duration: 65′
Format: HD & 4K

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Richard Galliano three ways… in 4K

Fifty years of career, that’s something to celebrate! To celebrate his jubilee, we present 3 concerts with accordionist and composer Richard Galliano and special guests:

Richard Galliano with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra to perform a Piazzolla concerto (centennial anniversary) and then one of his own creations.

The concert of two mastodons of contemporary jazz: Ron Carter and Richard Galliano. An exceptional duo to listen to again and again. Strings and wind, Old and New World… it’s a beautiful duo at the Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa festival.

Richard Galliano solo for an intimate concert

Genre: Jazz
Filmed by Samuel Thiebaut
Location:Lotos Jazz Festival
Duration: 3×50′
Format: HD & 4K

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Rymden 2019 in 4K

Rymden brings together three major spirits of jazz in Europe: Bugge Wesseltoft, Dan Berglund and Magnus Öström. Scandinavian jazz is in the spotlight in this trio of figures from the history of European jazz. Figures grouped together within the Rymdem project, a name far from being chosen at random, meaning “space” in Swedish. This is how the trio escapes beyond the boundaries of sound in their album “Reflections & Odysseys”. An opus that represents a real exploration of the jazz field in search of new musical territories. Wesseltoft guides us through bewitching melodies on the piano, while his companions Berglund and Öström move us with a daring rhythm section. 

Genre: Jazz
Filmed by Samuel Thiebaut
Location: Tourcoing Jazz Festival
Duration: 60′
Format: HD / 4K

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