Wim Wenders’ – ‘Pina 3D’ opening at the Watershed

by Geoff Hall on April 20, 2011

Dear Friends,

Wim Wenders’ latest film on choreographer Pina Bausch opens at the Watershed this Friday. Here’s what they have to say about it.

Pina Bausch, one of dance’s most innovative choreographers, tragically died just two days before Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire, Buena Vista Social Club) started shooting Pina 3D, his wonderful tribute to an extraordinary woman which opens on Friday.
Bausch helped pick four of her most celebrated works to be performed by her company Tanztheater Wuppertal in the film. These sequences are staged in some imaginative settings – including in parks, on a monorail, in a gym, in the woods, in a pool and on escalators – and the dancers share some of their strongest memories.
Please click on the title link to see the show times and enjoy what will be a most thrilling and aesthetic journey captured by a master of European Arthouse film-making.

Peace and Love,

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