Art is a reflection of the world we are living in, and an artist cannot create uninfluenced by their surroundings. This time Crystal Pite and Netherlands Dance Theatre bring a political theme to the table – both literally and metaphorically.
It took a long time before we agreed on a date and time for our online meeting. We were both nervous about missing the meeting when we connected, as London, where Daria Klimentová was connecting from, was an hour less than the Czech Republic.
Following its reception of the Grand Prize and the Audience Award of the Dance Film Festival (Festival tanečních filmů), Guest Critic Richard Pettifer (AUS/GER) takes a closer look at Tereza Vejvodová’s debut film.
It is a pressing matter that has permeated the past decades. The more up-to-date than ever it may be in this coronavirus-stricken time. Our Mother Nature.
The Taneční aktuality editorial team are in the process of preparing the fourth year of their bilingual publication, with this year’s main focus being “Dance and education”.
The 33th TANEC PRAHA International Festival of Comtemporary Dance and Movement Theatre welcomed to Prague for the first time ever Dimitris Papaioannou. The artists gave 70 performances in Prague and other 21 cities
Those who keep a diary will have most certainly made an entry upon their first post-pandemic visit to a theatre. What an event! The creatively minded of you may well have stuck in their ticket as a souvenir...
Last summer, following the then gradual loosening of many Covid-19 restrictions, when the turn came for culture, there was a production titled Greta featured on the summer scene of VILA Štvanice.
You may have felt like having had enough of Baletky (Ballerinas). The book of choreographer and performer Miřenka Čechová had provoked heated debate even prior to its publication, following the mere release of its annotation and a few interviews.
After long negotiations, the curators of the TANEC PRAHA festival have finally managed to get the world-famous Greek director Dimitri Papaioannou to come to the Czech Republic. He will present his new work Transverse Orientation...
Apply to be one of the eight writers who will discuss Writing about dance.
The Winner of This Year's Dance Film Festival Is Tereza Vejvodová's Delimitation Featuring Markéta Jandová
The Grand Prize and the Audience Award of the Dance Film Festival has been presented to the Czech dance film, Delimitation, directed by Tereza Vejvodová, with dancer and choreographer Markéta Jandová in the leading role.