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Kirill Serebrennikov présentera Les idiots dans la cour du lycée Saint-Joseph du 8 au 11 juillet.

Festival-avignon.tv. Flickr. Moscow’s Gogol Theater has Become an Inter-disciplinary Cultural Center - News. Arterritory.com11/03/2013 Vladislav Nastavshev (1978) was born in Riga, studied acting in St.

Moscow’s Gogol Theater has Become an Inter-disciplinary Cultural Center - News

Petersburg and directing in London, and has staged several productions in Latvia, including a version of Ivan Bunin's short novel, “Mitya's Love”. Having premiered in January 2010 at the Dirty Deal Teatro, and starring Yuri Dyakanov and Inese Pudža, the play was just shown this past February in Moscow, at the opening of the overhauled Gogol Center's Small Stage. The opening of Gogol Center At the very start of February, with reconstruction work still going on at full speed, a two-day art production, titled “00:00”, opened the new Gogol Center. Under the wing of Kirill Serebrennikov, the theater underwent intrinsic changes, and has now become a contemporary and inter-disciplinary space to which crowds now flock. Director Vladislav Nastavshev. Fear and Responsibility Eat Moscow.

Fear and Responsibility Eat Moscow Christine Matvienko[1] The Brothers, after Visconti’s film “Rocco and His Brothers,” directed by Alexey Mizgirev; The Idiots, after Lars von Trier’s film, directed by Kirill Serebrennikov; Fear Eats the Soul, after Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film, directed by Vlad Nastavshev.

Fear and Responsibility Eat Moscow

Gogol-Center, Moscow. Moscow Gogol-Center was opened in 2012 under the leadership of director Kirill Serebrennikov, who in a short period of time remade the old-fashioned Gogol Drama Theatre into a broader, multi-functional cultural place for so-called creative people and youth. The renovation of the Gogol Theatre was carried out amidst strong resistance from the supporters of the previous artistic director, Sergey Yashin, who led this theatre for the previous 25 years. The Idiots looks like a manifesto for the protesting mood that was erased with force in Moscow and other cities.

— Why Theatre, and its »Idiots«, Still Matter in... Why Theatre, and its »Idiots«, Still Matter in Today’s Russia by Joseph Pearson In Moscow, the Gogol Centre has produced a loose adaptation of Lars von Trier’s 1998 film Idioterne (The Idiots, or Idioten in German) specifically designed to challenge social and political repression in today’s Russia.

— Why Theatre, and its »Idiots«, Still Matter in...

One might well wonder how such a production, which features homosexual scenes and the Kremlin burning, fares in a country now noted for its increasingly conservative attitudes towards human sexuality and public dissent (think: trampled gay rights, think: Pussy Riot). Even in Britain, an after-midnight showing of Lars von Trier’s film on Channel 4 prompted an official investigation due to scenes involving engorged human organs and penetration. One might imagine that in Moscow, the conflation of sex and politics could cause a riot, or at the very least an annexation.

Or so you’d think. Joseph Pearson: What are the differences between staging Idiots in Russia compared to, say, Denmark. Dr. Schaubühne – Programme – Schedule – Idioten. In Russian with German and English surtitles Guest Production of the Gogol Center (Russia)by Lars von TrierDirection: Kirill Serebrennikov A trial in contemporary Moscow.

Schaubühne – Programme – Schedule – Idioten

On the stand are the ›Idiots‹, a group of activists whose professions of insanity and intentionally shocking acts highlight to society its own absurdity, narrow-mindedness and violence. Kirill Serebrennikov. Entretien David Bobee & Kirill Serebrennikov - Théâtre. © Alex Yocu Dream / Kirill Serebrennikov © D.

Entretien David Bobee & Kirill Serebrennikov - Théâtre

R. Métamorphoses / David Bobee « Les Métamorphoses résonnent puissamment avec notre vie aujourd’hui, dans ses aspects moraux, esthétiques et érotiques. » D. B. « L’humain se dévoile ici dans toute la violence de ses passions. » K. Quel est le parcours des acteurs qui forment aujourd’hui le Studio 7 ? Actualités de Kirill Serebrennikov, artiste de théâtre contemporain - tous ses textes, mises en scène, activités. Kirill Serebrennikov. Vous êtes ici : Accueil Artistes Vidéos de Kirill Serebrennikov Kirill Serebrennikov 3 vidéos associées voir aussi sur.

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Kirill Serebrennikov. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

Kirill Serebrennikov

Kirill Semionovitch Serebrennikov (en russe : Кирилл Семёнович Серебренников), né le 7 septembre 1969 à Rostov-sur-le-Don, est un cinéaste russe, metteur en scène de théâtre et réalisateur. §Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] En 1992, il est diplômé en sciences physiques à l'Université de Rostov. Avant même d'avoir terminé ses études, il fait de la mise en scène au studio d'amateurs "69" et à partir de 1990, il fait des mises en scènes remarquées dans différents théâtres (Théâtre "Engagement", Théâtre Maxime Gorki).

Kirill Serebrennikov. Gogol-center. Culture Center «Gogol-center» in Moscow: photos, reviews. Gogol Centre · Another Travel Guide.com · Moscow · News. Early February 2013 saw the opening of Moscow's new Gogol Centre at 8 Kazakova Street with a two-day art action '00:00' which, overseen by the director Kirill Serebrennikov, took place against the backdrop of renovation work in progress.

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The Russian capital's new art territory was inaugurated with a four-part performance based on the concept of four stages of the day: night, morning, day and evening; over sixty artists and four brand-new plays were featured in the marathon production.The birthplace of the new cultural centre is the building that for decades housed what was known as the Moscow Gogol Drama Theatre, an insipid and insignificant cultural institution. 8 Kazakova Streetwww.gogolcenter.ru Foto: izvestia.ru. 'Idiots' Tears Down Boundaries of Convention. Gogol CenterTwo “idiots” grappling in Kirill Serebrennikov’s stage adaptation of Lars Von Trier’s famously controversial film.

'Idiots' Tears Down Boundaries of Convention

With the premiere of "Idiots" at the Gogol Center, the suspected has become obvious. This new organization, formed on the basis of the old Gogol Theater in September and reopened to the public in February, has established itself as the leading theater in Moscow. Heading Is It easy to be a marginal? Lead The past theatrical season in Moscow partially resembles tectonic slide as to the number of personnel replacements and changes of theatre models.

Heading Is It easy to be a marginal?

Consequences of these personnel decisions will be felt in the near future. However, one "operated” theatre has already managed to show to the public a convincing result: renewed both externally and internally Gogol-Center (except for the metro pointers still indicating the way to Gogol Theatre) for four months the theatre presented seven premiers. The main event of this premier show was a trilogy after the screenplays of cult films: "Rocco and His Brothers" by Luchino Visconti, "Idiots" by Lars von Trier and "Fear Eats the Soul" by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. The adaptation of scenarios for Russian reality was the responsibility of Mikhail Durnenkov, Valery Pecheykin and Luba Strizhak respectively and the director Alexey Mizgiriev, the initiator of this idea Kirill Serebrennikov and Vladislav Nastavshev. Rocco vs Obmylok Foreign Native.

Les Idiots. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Idiot. Les Idiots (Idioterne) est un film danois réalisé par Lars von Trier et sorti en 1998. Il s'agit du deuxième film de la « trilogie cœur en or » de Von Trier qui inclut Breaking the Waves (1996) et Dancer in the Dark (2000). Celui-ci mélange drame et comédie noire. Synopsis[modifier | modifier le code] Les Idiots - Lars von Trier. Les idiots (1998) Idioterne/Idioten/The Idiots - Making of documentary.