Solens dans: en dokumentär om dans i Japan

Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt, Folke Johansson, Palle Dahlstedt (Komponist)

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Summary: "Choreographer Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt takes us on a voyage to Japan where dance has a long and significant history. The dance has its roots in a mythological story, in which the Sun Goddess gets angry and hides in a rock cave. The world plunges into darkness and cold. However, the Goddess of laughter lures her out with some energetic and crazy dancing and finally the light and warmth returns. The story is the basis for both classical and contemporary dance and theater; Noh, Kabuki, Nihon Buyo and Butoh. The film also invites us to meet Nishikawa Senrei, a very special profile in Kyoto. We will see parts of Ami's lesson in traditional Japanese dance and also meet contemporary performers in Kyoto, the former capital of Japan"--
OriginalsprogSvensk
Publikationsdato9 okt. 2013
Udgivelses stedStockholm
PublikationsmedierVideo
Størrelse60 mins
StatusUdgivet - 9 okt. 2013

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Dance
Japan
Documentary
Mythology
Goddess
Summary
Cold
History
Darkness
Voyager
Dancing
Energetics
Sun
Performer
Contemporary Dance
Laughter
Warmth
Rock
Butoh
Choreographers

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  • Nonfiction films
  • Feature films
  • Dance
  • Dance films
  • Documentary films

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Dahlstedt, A. S. (Forfatter), Johansson, F. (Forfatter), & Dahlstedt, P. (Komponist). (2013). Solens dans: en dokumentär om dans i Japan. Lyd og/eller billed produktion (digital), Stockholm: Njuta Films.
Dahlstedt, Ami Skånberg (Forfatter) ; Johansson, Folke (Forfatter) ; Dahlstedt, Palle (Komponist). / Solens dans : en dokumentär om dans i Japan. [Lyd og/eller billed produktion (digital)].
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Dahlstedt AS (Forfatter), Johansson F (Forfatter), Dahlstedt P (Komponist). Solens dans: en dokumentär om dans i Japan Stockholm: Njuta Films. 2013.