What to Watch
This week, we have more wonderful dance films for your viewing pleasure!
Created in Quarantine
1. JV2 - Solos
JV2 is the professional development arm of Jasmin Vardimon Company. They have been celebrating graduating from the scheme by creating dance in their own homes across the globe. And stunning it is too!
Catch It While You Can
2. Rosie Kay Dance Company - 5 Soldiers
Rosie Kay's dramatic work is available in full for a short time. Watch it now on the YouTube. Here's a trailer to grab your attention:
3. Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch - Palermo Palermo
Filmed shortly after it's premiere in 1989, this recording of Pina Bausch's iconic Palermo Palermo has been digitally restored for your enjoyment. Watch the full length show on the Pina Bausch Foundation website. No trailer available.
Dance on Screen
4 & 5. Joss Arnott Dance - Pulse 2.0 and Dance:Connects
Joss Arnott Dance Company are celebrating their 10th anniversary with the premiere of Pulse 2.0, a mass isolation flashmob created with 23 professional dancers during lockdown. The film will go live on Facebook on Thursday 31 July at 7.30pm. Check out the trailer:
And if that wasn't enough, our friends at JAD have also created Dance:Connects, a newly commissioned community and participation dance film featuring hundreds of professional dancers, those in training, families and young dancers from around the world who engaged with our online activity programme. This film premiere's on Thursday 6 August at 7.30pm, also on Facebook. But for now, here's the trailer:
Up My Street ONLINE! Mathieu Geffré presents A Ceremony
The third installment of our Up My Street ONLINE! series dropped last week. Be sure to give it a watch!