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Pearls 2012

 


Jessica Kennedy, John McIlduff

Motion Sickness

Ireland, 2012, 10:24 min

 

 

 

Jeppe Worning

ForMMorF

Denmark, 2011, 11:40 min


 

 

 

 

Simon-Niklas Scheuring

Entrée

Germany, 2011, 14 min


 

 

Rain Kencana
Maktub

Germany 2012, 03:15 min

 

 

 

Yola Yulfianti

Suku Yola

Indonesia, 2011, 13 min

 

 

 

 

Jo Parkes, Anton Califano, Alesandra Seutin

Angel Alley

UK, 2012, 01:38 min

 

 

 

 

 

Joshan Esfandiari Martin

NEXT

Germany/Austria/UK, 2010, 05 min

 

 

 

 


 

PEARLS 2012

 

 

 

16.09. - 20.00 Uhr im DOCK 11

Präsentation der Gewinnerfilme
Tickets: 6.- Euro, Ticketreservierungen: ticket@dock11-berlin.de, 030-35120312
Veranstaltungsort: DOCK 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin

 


Jessica Kennedy, John McIlduff

Motion Sickness
Ireland 2012, 10:24 min.


A teenage marching band rehearses on a rooftop car park on a Saturday. A flock of crows lie dead in the wind. Three people sit in the back of a car waiting to move.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Jessica Kennedy, John McIlduff

# Choreography: Jessica Kennedy
# Dancers / Actors: Jessica Kennedy, Liv O'Donoghue, Eddie Kay

# Camera: Steeven Petiteville
# Editing: Conor McIvor
# Music: Denis Clohessy
# Sound: Ross Carew
# Producer: Zlata Filipovic


 

Jeppe Worning

ForMMorF
Denmark 2011, 11:40 min.


ForMMorF - is a film experiment between dance and design. A kaleidoscopic setup, where body and costume merge in mesmerizing doublings, creates a space for transformation of the well-known body into new beings.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Jeppe Worning

# Choreography: Jeppe Worning, Iben Engberg
# Dancers / Actors: Iben Engberg, Kasper Daugaard Poulsen

# Camera: Jan Rüsz
# Editing: Rikke Skov
# Music: Krishve
# Sound: Krishve

 

 

 

 

Simon-Niklas Scheuring

Entrée
Germany 2011, 14:00 min.


Eine junge ehemalige Ballerina besucht ihre alte Ballettschule. Im Rollstuhl sitzend beobachtet sie die Tänzerinnen bei der Probe und erkundet die voller Erinnerungen steckenden Räumlichkeiten. Ihrem Schicksal trotzend versucht sie sich in einer Ballettpose an der Stange und scheitert. Doch mithilfe ihrer Lehrerin findet sie einen neuen Weg ihre tänzerische Leidenschaft trotz ihrer Behinderung auszuleben. Schließlich verschmelzen Gegenwart und Vergangenheit miteinander zu einem neuen Bewußtsein.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Simon-Niklas Scheuring

# Choreography: Peter McCoy
# Dancers / Actors: Sophie Rogall, Daniela Naini, Ada Ramzews, Stella Stankovic, Cornelia Mißelbeck, Björn Dippon

# Camera: Adrian Campean
# Editing: Simon-Niklas Scheuring

 


Rain Kencana

Maktub
Germany 2012, 03:15 min.


Kadir „Amigo“ Memis & Andrea Böge zeigen mit „Maktub“ ein Duo, dessen Ausgangsmaterial der HipHop ist, den Böge mit Flamenco und (der in der Türkei geborene) Amigo virtuos mit Zeybek kombiniert. Die Frage nach kultureller Herkunft bekommt hier tänzerisch Kontur. Gleichzeitig geht es ihnen um das Verhältnis von Mann und Frau.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Rain Kencana

# Choreography: Kadir Memis aka Amigo/Flying Steps & Andrea Böge
# Dancers / Actors: Amigo, Andrea Böge

# Camera: Jalaludin Trautmann
# Editing: Rain Kencana
# Music: Vincent von Schlippenbach

 

 

 

 

Yola Yulfianti

Suku Yola
Indonesia 2011, 13:00 min.


The concept of the film is based on the fact I am born, grown up and also live in Jakarta, Indonesia. Jakarta is a melting pot of the multiple cultures and tribes of Indonesia. In Indonesia, the place of origin, connected with its own specific culture and language, is still very important. In Jakarta, many people come from different areas of Indonesia to start a new life here and still hold on their roots. But since I am born and grown up in Jakarta, I feel that I am not having the roots to a certain tradition. In this film, I am trying to develop my own tribe, which I call SUKU YOLA. (suku is from Indonesian language and means tribe). Through this, I try to express my feeling of not having roots.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Yola Yulfianti

# Choreography: Yola Yulfianti
# Dancers / Actors: Yola Yulfianti, Dilliani, Nurhasanah, Helda, Rica O Darmawan, Rizki Suharlin Putri, Ery Yovan Anggara, Verawati, Eka Octaviana

# Camera: Yola Yulfianti, Purbo Wahyono and the Dancers
# Editing: Yola Yulfianti
# Sound: Yola Yulfianti


 

 

Jo Parkes, Anton Califano, Alesandra Seutin

Angel Alley
UK 2012, 01:38 min.


Angel Alley is part of an international dance-film project \"Postcards from east London\" in which teams of artists worked with community groups to create short “moving postcards” of east London. Angel Alley is the site of the oldest Anarchist bookshop in the world. The shop is located somewhere between KFC and Whitechapel Gallery. This location is a hidden back alley of revolutionary history and protest. But where will it lead our group of local teenage girls?

 

# Director / Regisseur: Jo Parkes, Anton Califano, Alesandra Seutin

# Choreography: Alesandra Seutin
# Dancers / Actors: Sara Baptiste, Famiha Ferdaus, Ase Greene, Mahin Ismat, Syeda Mahjabin, Twahera Sulaiman, Anisha Uddin
# Camera: Anton Califano
# Editing: Anton Califano
# Music: danbeats

 

 

 


Joshan Esfandiari Martin

NEXT
Germany/Austria/UK 2010, 05:00 min.


A young dancer auditions for a role. Relayed in a striking new format, her personal, contemporary choreography intimates her private passions and artistic dreams, culminating in the revelation of a peculiar practice - the secret of her preparations.

 


# Director / Regisseur: Joshan Esfandiari Martin

# Choreography: Saskia Oidtmann
# Dancers / Actors: Eva Kessler

# Camera: Tobias von dem Borne
# Editing: Stefan Lengauer
# Music: Marian Mentrup
# Sound: Felix Andriessens