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POOL 15 will take place september 9-12 at DOCK 11, Berlin. POOL presents a selection of fascinating dance film productions from all over the world, which makes the event a meeting place for creative people involved in the fields of dance, film, fashion and advertisement. The POOL 15 jury created a three-day film programme from all submissions and selected the winner films, the PEARLS 15.
Sept 10 + 11 | Dance Film Screenings
Sept 12 | Screening of the PEARLS 15
7 pm, ticket: 6 €
Sept 12 | ikonoTV POOL 15 Special
from 10 pm
24 hours international dance films of POOL 15 on www.ikono.tv
Jury: Hiroko Tanahashi, Elizabeth Markevitch, Sarah Möller, Arnd Wesemann, Wibke Janssen
Foto: Barbara Dietl
Moderation: Lisa Oettinghaus
POOL SHINE | MAYA DEREN
Maya Deren, Filmstill “Meshes of the Afternoon”, 1943
Maya Deren (1917-1961) is an important character of the American avant-garde scene of the 1940s and 1950s as well as a pioneer in the field of video dance with her movie A Study in Choreography for Camera (1945). POOL will dedicate one evening to her “cinematographic choreographies“ and present a selection of her films. Afterwards will open an exhibition that does not only give a picture of Maya Deren’s cinematographic works, but will also refer to her numerous, yet uncharted theoretical texts und thoughts about film, dance and art in general. This free accessible exhibition will be open during the festival days.
Sept 9 | Screening of dance films by Maya Deren + Exhibition Launch
7pm, ticket: 8 €
Sept 10-12 | Exhibition on Maya Deren
3-6.30 pm, free admission
Programme of September 9:
A Study in Choreography for Camera, 1945.
Ritual in Transfigured Time, 1946.
Meshes of the Afternoon, 1943.
Meditation on Violence, 1948.
The Very Eye of Night, 1958.
Conzept: DOCK 11, Sarah Möller, Peter Pleyer, Denise Czerny
Moderation: Peter Pleyer
Public Relations: Katja Karouaschan
Technique: Asier Solana
Supported by “Bezirksamt Pankow – Amt für Weiterbildung und Kultur, Fachbereich Kunst und Kultur”