DANCE:FILM Scotland's Dance Film Festival

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Tour - Glasgow

Grosvenor Cinema Glasgow Grosvenor Cinema Glasgow

22nd to 23rd November 2010



Grosvenor Cinema

Ashton Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow, G12 8SJ

0845 166 6028


Pina Bausch Double Bill

Monday 22nd November
18.30, £4.00PinaBausch_copyright-AP-Images

Legendary German choreographer Pina Bausch shocked the world with her sudden death last year. In this double bill of films screened at DANCE:FILM 10 Fringe, see the master at work and then see a recording of one of her most renowned works.

Pina Bausch

Dir: Anne Linsel. German with subtitles, Germany. 2006, 44 mins

Anne Linsel’s documentary provides a fascinating insight into the life and art of German choreographer Pina Bausch whose sudden death in June last year was mourned across the world. Before Pina Bausch and her Tanztheater Wuppertal became internationally known her new and unusual and original body language was ill-received. In this documentary Pina Bausch talks about the beginnings of the Tanztheater Wuppertal and the inescapable path she felt she had to follow.

Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch: Le Sacre du Printemps

Dir: Pit Weyrich. Music: Igor Stravinsky, Germany 1976, 36 mins

Premiered in Wuppertal in 1975, Pina Bausch’s legendary interpretation of Stravinsky’s Le Sacre Du Printemps was brought to the Edinburgh International Festival in 1978 and has since been seen at numerous venues across the globe. The film was originally produced for German TV (ZDF).

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Inside the Circle

Monday 22nd November
20.30, £4.00romeo-josh-and-omar

Directed by Marcy Garriot, 2007, USA, 100mins (PG)

Capturing the raw power of a grassroots hip-hop movement in the heart of Texas, Inside the Circle tells the story of two strikingly talented b-boys, Josh and Omar, former best friends who become rivals when they join competing dance crews. Immersed in the b-boy culture of defiant creativity, Omar rises to international renown while Josh tangles with the Texas criminal justice system. Both of them struggle to keep dance at the centre of their lives, and the “B-Boy City” competitive events thrown by visionary street dancer Romeo Navarro serve as emotional milestones in their journey to adulthood. Facing off in intense dance battles that mirror the larger events in their lives, Josh and Omar seek redemption, identity and respect “inside the circle.”· Part of the documentary programme of DANCE:FILM 09.


DANCE:FILM Shorts Programmefresh

Tuesday 23rd November
18.30, £4.00

A selection of highlights from the four shorts programmes from DANCE:FILM 09. For more info and full listing of shorts, please click here



Tuesday 23rd November
20.30, £7.00/£5.00 (Conc)/£3.50 (student)flashdance2

Directed by Adrian Lyne, 1983, USA, 95 mins (15)

Welder by day, club dancer by night. Oh yes, that’s Flashdance for you in a nutshell. One of iconic 80s cheesy dance films and the closing film of DANCE:FILM 09, Flashdance follows Alex as she dreams to be a dancer and to be accepted into the dance conservatory. But surely a welder who dances in a nightclub can’t do that? Of course you can, with a little help from her boss whom she falls in love with. You just can’t beat the 80s-ness of the film with a cracking soundtrack to match. So come along and be a maniac!

***Special Grosvenor Flashdance package of Flashdance, a three course meal and a cocktail, all just for £25. Bargain!***

Flashdance 80s Tastic Jazz Workshop

Monday 22nd November
18.30-20.30, £12.00/£9.00

Dance House @ SYT, 105 Brunswick Street, Glasgow, G1 1TF

0141 552 2442

With Claricia Kruithof, ALL LEVELS (Ages 16+)

It’s time to take a step back into the 80s with one of the most popular films of the decade. Flashdance touches our hearts because it allows us to believe that we can all achieve something despite our limitations. It doesn’t matter if you are a welder by day – you can still be a kick-ass dancer! This workshop will bring out your inner dancer, turning you into an 80s jazz-tastic extrovert who leaps and slides and jumps and dives! Dressing up is totally acceptable and if you have something you can strip out of (like overalls, labcoats, scrubs, aprons etc) it may enhance your transformation! What a feeling!