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Nureyev program at the Cinémathèque de la Danse


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#1 Estelle

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Posted 10 March 2002 - 09:22 AM

On March 16 and 17, there will be special Nureyev program in Paris,
organized by the Cinémathèque de la Danse and several organizations
(Rudolf Nureyev Foundation, Cercle des Amis de Rudolf
Nureyev, American friends of the POB...) The full program
is available at:

http://www.imagidans...que/cinema.html

It will take place at the Cinemathèque in the Palais de Chaillot,
and will include a lot of films.

Sat 16, 7 PM: a short documentary about Nureyev's grave at the
cemetery of Sainte-Geneviève des Bois and a documentary about
his "Bayadère" at the POB (with also the acts II and III
with Guérin, Hilaire and Platel).

Sat 16, 9 PM: MacMillan's "Romeo and Juliet", with R.N.
and Margot Fonteyn, filmed in 1966 with the Royal Ballet.

Sat 16, midnight (well, they obviously haven't thought about
people using the metro): "Swan lake", filmed in Vienna with
Margot Fonteyn in 1966 (Nureyev's version).

Sun 17, 11 AM: "A tribute to Nureyev", documentary by Judith Mackrell,
1993.

Sun 17, 12 AM: several short videos, including "Les Sylphides"
(1964, with Fonteyn and the Royal Ballet), "Petrouchka"
(1976, with the POB), "Afternoon of a faun" (1980, with the
Joffrey Ballet),excerpts from "The King and I" (1989).

Sun 17, 3 PM: "Nureyev in Spolete", documentary, 1964.

Sun 17, 4:30 PM: "I am a dancer", documentary, 1973.

Sun 17, 6:30 PM: "The Nutcracker", filmed in 1968 with the Royal
Ballet (with Merle Park), Nureyev's choreography.

Sun 17, 8:30 PM: "Valentino", film by Ken Russell
(1977).


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