Golden Stage Tour
Live Show

Golden Stage Tour

A film by Luc Riolon
XENOS / Akram Khan
Live Show

XENOS / Akram Khan

A film by Mohamed Athamna
Looking for the man with the camera
Documentary

Looking for the man with the camera

A film by Boutheyna Bouslama
Mitten
Documentary

Mitten

A film by Olivia Rochette & Gérard-Jan Claes
Golden Stage Tour XENOS / Akram Khan Looking for the man with the camera Mitten Narcisse Pierre Pelletier, Castaway, Aboriginal

The Golden Stage is a hip-hop stage where the best French and international crews are defying each other. For this tour 2019, the main theme is “futurism” regarding the hip-hop style. The first team is a French one Géométrie Variable, finalists of the tv-show France’s Got Talents. Their approach is unprecedented thanks to the invention of impressive arm games and geometric figures that metamorphose into a choreographic kaleidoscope. By their side, El Squad is one…

The title XENOS means ‘stranger’ or ‘foreigner’. Akram and his world-class team of collaborators draw in this new solo work on the archives of the 20th century, unearthing the experience of colonial soldiers in the First World War. Over 4 million non-white men were mobilised by the European and American armies during the conflict. Around 1.5 million of them were from India, mostly peasant-warriors from North and North-Western India, who fought and died in Europe,…

The revolution that Mr Jiang had started is not what it used to be, and when money flows in, those he considered the victims slowly became the oppressors: did he commit a mistake, or did the world change those simple people?

This film portrays the last years of Grandma Hashima’s life. She’s the final Taiwanese who can tell the stories and the secrets of “Green Jail”, the notorious coal mine under Japanese Imperialism before World War II in Okinawa – Japan.

While a teenager, I used to save my pocket money to buy a guitar; a dream that finally came true. However, when I brought the guitar home, my brother broke it and punished me for doing such a thing.

For more than forty years, Ailey II has merged the spirit and energy of the country’s best young dance talent with the passion and creative vision of today’s most outstanding emerging choreographers.

He is 75 years old. He is half-blind. Every single day, he is walking 3000 steps. Since 2004 he took a decision: he won’t talk again about cinema. Boudjemâa is a living memory of Algerian cinema, African cinema, Arabic Cinema, and just cinema. The Algerian Film Library. The “Algerian film artwork”. Boudjemâa directed it for 34 years. https://vimeo.com/355945420 Teaser – Boudjemâa and the Film Library

The final weeks of rehearsal of Mitten wir im Leben sind, a performance by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker…