We invite you to the third and final part of the Retrospective of the documentary films of El nychbieta Dziuk-Renik and Krzysztof Renik “Performative Arts of Asia” Zapraszamy
filmy Presenting the films from the series “In the world of singing, dance and theatre of Kerala and Bengal”:
“Kathakali – the power of gesture and mimicry” is a short etude illustrating the essential elements of acting expression on the stage of a 17th century Kathakali theatre in south India. Time: 10′
Kath “Kathakali – The Art of Indian Theatre” is a documentary depicting the process of creating complex stage makeup, stage conventions, choreography and stage dynamics of Kathakali, one of the most famous forms of former Indian theatre, whose stage shape is derived from music. Time: 34′
Ba ‘In the World of Baul’ – our new film dedicated to Bengali singers and performers. Their wandering lifestyle and the art they have practiced for years has aroused the curiosity of the performing arts people not only in India but worldwide. Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore was interested in their art, among others. In recent years, many Bauls have become superstars of the Indian music scene. Time: 20 ‘
Elizabeth Dziuk-Renik and Christopher Renik have been penetrating the world of Asian spectacles for years, with special interest in the performance arts of India and Tibet; Elizabeth Dziuk is the author of many photo exhibitions depicting the spectacle traditions of India and Tibet. Christopher Renik is the author of the books “Kathakali – The Art of Indian Theatre” and “The Trace of Bharata”, as well as many press publications on the spectacle traditions of Asia. Since 2005, in cooperation with Michal Zielony, an independent film producer, they have been creating documents presenting the culture of India and Tibet.
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Accompanying event Created With Sound Music and dance in the fine arts of Asia and Oceania
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