Dansens Hus and Oslo Pix Filmfestival collaborates on this year's film program.
On Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st of August, Oslo Pix Film Festival and Dansens Hus invite you to a screening of four films: Feature films and documentaries that involves dance, performativity, feminism, the alternative, and the supernatural.
In this bouquet of films, both versions of the horror movie Suspiria will be shown; the visually beautiful 1977- Dario Argento cult classic, and the new production from 2018 signed Luca Guadagnino. These are followed by Dancing Pina, the new documentary about the continuation of two of Pina Bausch's most known performances, alongside the eclectic docu-portrait BAND, concerning the Icelandic performance group that call themselves The Post Performance Blues Band.
All movies will be presented at Dansens Hus.
ONSDAG 30. AUGUST
A young woman's dream of becoming a dancer turns into a nightmare in this spellbinding film from the Italian master of horror. Revisit Dario Argento's cult classic from 1977.
A panel discussion about witches, strong female figures, and how the witch ritual is linked to choreography, dance, and performing arts.
A young dancer, her choreographer, and a psychologist are embroiled in a supernatural conspiracy in this reinterpretation of Dario Argento's classic, directed by Luca Guadagnino.
TORSDAG 31. AUGUST
Two of the legendary choreographer Pina Bausch's most iconic performances are staged in Dresden and Senegal. Follow the whole process in this documentary. •
This Icelandic art-rock band has decided to give themselves just one year to become hugely successful. If they don’t succeed, they have decided to dissolve the band forever. Band is an energetic documentary about friendship, the balance between art and family life, and becoming stronger through failure.