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Dancing Pina

Ciné-débat : Journée Internationale de la Danse

Cultural, Conference, Movie screening in Sainte-Maxime
  • On this International Dance Day, Le Pagnol cinema and the Médiathèque are hosting a special event focusing on the figure of Pina BAUSH.

    After celebrating "Pina" in 2019 with the film by Wim Wenders, a new cinematic look at the portrait of a choreographic trait that is still unequalled in the history of dance.

    THE FILM: DANCING PINA (2022)
    Young dancers, guided by former members of Pina Bausch's Tanztheater, revisit her legendary choreographies. For these artists, with backgrounds in contemporary dance, hip-hop and classical ballet, dancing Pina means questioning their limits and desires, and metamorphosing a work while allowing themselves to be metamorphosed by it.

    THE DEBATE :
    CHOREOGRAPHIC TRANSMISSION "TRAIT POUR TRAIT
    The discussion will be led by Florence CARLINI, who has a postgraduate degree in comparative literature and dance history.

  • Whales are portrayed as a symbol of the necessity to preserve marine biodiversity in a film debate presented by the Jehanne Arnaud Media Library, the Animal Welfare and Biodiversity Department, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez Maritime Spaces Department, and Le Pagnol cinema in honor of World Sea Day.


    The Heathcote Williams poem Whale Nation serves as the basis for the 2023 French documentary directed by Jean-Albert Lièvre.


    An isolated coastline was recently visited by a humpback whale....
    Whales are portrayed as a symbol of the necessity to preserve marine biodiversity in a film debate presented by the Jehanne Arnaud Media Library, the Animal Welfare and Biodiversity Department, the Gulf of Saint-Tropez Maritime Spaces Department, and Le Pagnol cinema in honor of World Sea Day.


    The Heathcote Williams poem Whale Nation serves as the basis for the 2023 French documentary directed by Jean-Albert Lièvre.


    An isolated coastline was recently visited by a humpback whale. You can learn about the fascinating history of cetaceans, marine mammals that have existed in the world's waters for more than 50 million years and been fundamental to the ecosystem of our planet as a group of men and women organize its rescue.

    THE DEBATE: Conservation concerns for Mediterranean cetaceans. moderated by employees of the Golfe de Saint-Tropez's Maritime parks division.
    Cinema Le Pagnol
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • On April 29, 2024
  • One price
    6 €
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  • On April 29, 2024 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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