One Day Pina Asked . . .
The Complaint of an Empress
Talk to Her
BAMPFA Student Committee Pick!
Chantal Akerman follows Pina Bausch and company on a European tour in this film intended as not just a documentary on Bausch but “a journey through her world.” With Bausch’s Café Müller, which “showed me in forty minutes more about men and women than the entire history of cinema” (Wim Wenders).View Details
Imported 35mm Print
This brilliant video notebook offers unfiltered insight into Bausch’s wide-ranging imagination through a series of evocative intersecting scenes set in and around Wuppertal.View Details
Pina Bausch’s Café Müller was one of Almodóvar’s inspirations for this Academy Award–winning film about the friendship between two men, each caring for a woman in a coma. “Almodóvar’s most mature and mysterious movie” (Newsweek).View Details
Special 3-D screening at the California Theatre, 2113 Kittredge Street, Berkeley
Filmed shortly after Bausch’s death, Pina was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary and is frequently cited as one of the best dance movies—and 3-D movies—ever made. The dancing is exuberant and electrifying, especially on the big screen.View Details
This documentary follows a group of teenagers with no previous dance experience as they learn to perform Pina Bausch’s iconic dance Kontakthof (Contact Zone). This would be Bausch’s last appearance on screen.View Details