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Crashing from 1972 by Barak Marshall

‘1972’ tells the story of the characters in and around a nightclub in the impoverished HaTikva (The Hope) neighborhood of southern Tel Aviv. The 1970s were a tumultuous period for Israeli society. After decades of social, political and economic discrimination, Israel’s streets exploded with mass demonstrations as Oriental Jews (Jews from Arab Countries) demanded social […] More

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The Pain and Euphoria of Ballet

Five principal ballerinas of the Czech National Theatre open up to London and Prague-based director Tereza Bila’s Life On Point, an unflinching portrait of bodies pushed to the limit. Bila reveals the discipline and emotion involved not only when dancers step onto the stage, but in the hours and years that precede the moment of […] More

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The King Who Invented Ballet: Louis XIV

The King Who Invented Ballet, introduced by David Bintley, head of the Birmingham Royal Ballet, shows how Louis XIV’s support and energy for move achieved the advancement of artful dance, from an instrument of publicity in the French regal court into an expert fine art in its own right. Outlined through Bintley’s own long lasting […] More

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