Film Screenings. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía Madrid
Dancefilm program curated by Núria Font/NU2s. Films projected:
- Amandi. Francesc Sitges-Sardà. Spain (2012). 6′
Amandi is an amalgam made of nature, forests and strange landscapes. Amandi are two characters who pass through this particular area and that, along different paths, take us into a constantly changing world.
Directors: Francesc Sitges-Sardà, Elisabet Prandi / Choreographers and performers: Ferran Carvajal, Marta Filella / Photography direction and camera: Elisabet Prandi / Music: Passacaglia Händel/Halvorsen / Montage: Francesc Sitges-Sardà.
- One Man Walking. Margaret Willians. UK (2011). 17′
One Man Walking explores some of the intensity and challenges of life in the metropolis combining krump –an expressive and highly energetic dance movement– with the uplifting, soaring excitement of free-running.
Director: Margaret Williams / Choreographer and performer: Kenrick “H2O” Sandy / Script: Jonzi D / Photography director: George Richmond / Music: Michael “Mikey J” Asante / Editor: Rachel Tunnard / Productor: Anne Beresford.
- Coup de Grâce. Clara van Gool. Netherlands/Spain (2011). 26′
Coup de Grâce is a film about the collapse of a friendship, about what is broken and what cannot break. After a long separation, two men meet again in a massive building in a remote location. In the course of the evening and along an icy night, they fight a weaponless, exhausting duel.
Director: Clara van Gool / Producer: Hanneke Niens, Hans de Wolf, Raül Perales / Script: Jordi Cortés Molina, Damián Muñoz, Clara van Gool / Cinematography: Nils Post / Editing: Stefan Kamp, John Hipkiss / Performers: Jordi Cortés Molina, Damián Muñoz.
- Motion Sickness. John Mcllduff. UK (2012). 10′
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. Motion Sickness is a dance-film exploring ideas of need, rejection and escape.
Director: John Mcllduff / Choreographer: Jessica Kennedy / Performers: Eddie Hay, Jessica Kennedy, Liv O’Donoghue / Producer: Zlata Filipovic.
- Communication Breakdown. Beatriz Palenzuela. Spain (2012). 6′
It gets to a point in which communication breaks down, and trying to jump that wall becomes impossible. Time heals the wounds, but the dust expands. We leave the meaning of these suggestions open to the viewer’s interpretation.
Director: Beatriz Palenzuela / Performers: Rafael de la Lastra and Beatriz Palenzuela / Music: Chema Palenzuela / Execution: Ícaro Maiterena, Rafael de la Lastra and Beatriz Palenzuela.
- Starting Date: 19-09-2014
- Ending Date: 19-09-2014
- Address: MNCARS, Santa Isabel 52. Madrid (Spain)