As part of Films Across Borders, Mujeres de Cine Film Seriesreturns to Washington, D.C. to celebrate the best cinema created by Spanish women with the screenings of Most Beautiful Island, Júlia Ist, Dancing Beethoven, and Summer 1993.
Discover the full program of 2018 Mujeres de Cine Film Series in Washington DC, presented by SPAIN arts & culture in collaboration with the National Museum of Women in the Arts and AFI Silver Theatre.
On Thursday, November 29 at 6:45 pm. Free, RSVP required.
At the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain, 2801 16th Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Directed by Arantxa Aguirre, Spain / Switzerland, 2016, 79 minutes.
In French, Russian, Japanese and Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
This 2016 documentary by Arantxa Aguirre is an immersive look at the staging of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony by the Béjart Ballet of Lausanne, France. The Béjart troupe dances with the Tokyo Ballet with music by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Israel. The international collaboration creates a spellbinding performance of movements that give physical expression to four movements from Ludwig van Beethoven’s classical masterpiece composed between 1822 and 1824.
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