Video interview

La Chute : Eros and Thanatos

Place
Studio Flak
Date
Juin 2019
Director
Frédérique Rivest
Editor
Frédérique Rivest
Production
Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault
Dancer and choreographer
Nasim Lootij
Artistic dance consultants
Sophie Michaud, José Navas
Dramaturg
Kiasa Nazeran
Partners
Tangente, Compagnie Flak- José Navas and Louise Bédard Danse

Documentation on the creative process of La Chute.
June 2019, Studio Flak

The creation and documentation of La chute are made possible thanks to the Conseil des arts de Montréal’s DémART-Mtl program

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An exploration of La Chute

Co-production

The Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault presented the creative process behind La Chute, a piece by the collective Vâtchik Danse, made up of choreographer and performer Nasim Lootij and dramaturg Kiasa Nazeran, both of Iranian origin. Drawing inspiration from traditional Iranian dance and a major cultural initiative…

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