Video interview

Victoria, how it all began (in French)

Dulcinea Langfelder & Co and Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault

Interview with Dulcinea Langfelder, led by Viktoria Bobovskaia

Video : Nikita Bershanski, Pivot Films Inc.
Excerpts : Victoria, Dulcinea Langfelder & Co, 2000 and Victoria, le film, Dulcinea Langfelder & Co, 2021
Pictures: Charles Fariala. Photographer and date unknown – Réal Bossé and Dulcinea Langfelder in Victoria. Photo credit: Yves Dubé, 1999 – Dulcinea Langfelder as a mime. Photographer and date unknown – Dulcinea Langfelder in Cercle Vicieux. Photo credit : Chantal Rosant, date unknown


Victoria: how it all began


Dulcinea Langfelder created Victoria in 1999—a dance piece about old age, vulnerability and cognitive decline. It has been presented in fifteen countries and eight languages, and is still available for touring today. To pay tribute to the work and the issues it raises, Dulcinea Langfelder…


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