Kino Lumière October 23. – 25.
THE CABINET OF AUDIOVISUAL DRAMATIC ARTS PRESENTS
On the occasion of his centenary, the Cabinet of Audiovisual Dramatic Arts is organising a seminar dedicated to the cinematic, dramatic and literary work of Ingmar Bergman, in collaboration with the Slovak Film Institute, Film Europe and other partners.
The main guest of this year’s seminar is film historian and director of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation in Stockholm, Jan Holmberg, who will present an introduction to the opening screening of Wild Strawberries and deliver a master class on Bergman intended for film scholars, students and the public at large.
Other guests at the seminar will include Prof. Zuzana Gindl-Tatárová with a lecture on Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander, literary theorist and writer Július Vanovič, who will address the topic of religiosity in Bergman’s oeuvre, as well as two prominent Slovak psychiatrists MUDr. Peter Breier and MUDr. Jozef Hašto, who will present an analysis of Bergman’s work through the lens of his final television interview. The programme will also include a panel discussion on the stage tradition of Bergman’s plays in Czech and Slovak theatres, screenings of selected feature and documentary films, as well as screenings of stage productions.
The seminar will be accompanied by a theatrical performance of a student production by DAMU Prague, Summer with Monika, which will premiere on 25 October at 7 p.m. in Studio 12 in Bratislava, under the auspices of the Theatre Institute.
* open discussion follows
// lecture // K2
Prof. Zuzana Gindl Tatárová
// film screening // K2
// panel discussion // K2
Prof. Martin Huba, Marián Amsler, Tomáš Procházka, Milan Žitný
/ moderator: Mgr. Soňa Jánošová
Prof. Zuzana Gindl-Tatárová – Supervisor of KADU Project,
Mgr. Art. Peter Dubecký – General Director of the Slovak Film Institute,
Mgr. Art. Marta Maťová a Mgr. Adam Hrapko – Authors of KADU Project
// film screening // K1
introduction: Jan Holmberg
with Jan Holmberg – Director of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation in Stockholm
Presentation of KADU and Bergman 100;
open to the public
// theatrical screening // K2
A rare recording of one of Bergman’s final productions of the play by W. Shakespeare.
introduction: Adam Hrapko
// masterclass // K2
Jan Holmberg, Director of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation in Stockholm, film scholar.
Main guest at KADU 2018. Keynote lecture on the work of Ingmar Bergman.
* the lecture will be delivered in English, with simultaneous interpreting into Slovak
// documentary screening // K2
Július Vanovič – writer, author of BEHIND THE SCENES OF LIFE. The Existentials of Ingmar Bergman, Essays.
// film screening // K2
// interactive lecture with screening // K2
MUDr. Jozef Hašto, PhD., MUDr. Peter Breier
Prominent Slovak psychiatrists offer a look into the work of I. Bergman. The lecture features a screening of Bergman’s final TV interview, Bergman and Fårö (director: Marie Nyreröd, 2004).
// film screening // K2
// theatrical performance // Studio 12, Jakubovo námestie
student production by DAMU Prague at Studio 12, Theatre Institute
The Cabinet of Audiovisual Dramatic Arts (KADU) is a multi-genre platform that organises interdisciplinary educational seminars for students, young artists and the wider public. We seek a more effective form of education that surveys the arts as a complex whole, introduces high-quality productions and arranges masterclasses with prominent figures from the artistic community.
Each year, our project is dedicated to a different theme, bringing a selection of works of film and theatre from home and abroad. Our aim is to view each theme through the prism of individual artistic forms and disciplines – to achieve this, we approach renowned theorists, critics and professionals from the fields of film and theatre. KADU is a flexible platform that tailors individual collaborations with professionals and institutions to suit the theme of each year.
The Cabinet of Audiovisual Dramatic Arts creates space for dialogue between art theorists and professionals on the one hand and audiences on the other, for valuable artistic discussion, whose purpose is to foster critical thinking by exposure to the products of creative endeavour. We believe that by continuing the KADU Project, we contribute to raising the quality of artistic productions and to forming new collaborations.
Over the past five years, KADU has organised the following seminars:
Cabinet Robert Wilson (2014)
The first edition of KADU seminar was dedicated to one of the most important figures in contemporary theatre, director Robert Wilson. Among the year’s guests and lecturers were professor Soňa Šimková, actress and opera singer Soňa Červená and actress and director Enikő Eszenyi.
Pina Bausch & Wim Wenders – The Synergy of Creation (2015)
The second seminar explored the synergic character of the works of choreographer Pina Bausch and filmmaker Wim Wenders. The main guest and master class lecturer was a close colleague of Pina Bausch, the dancer and dance pedagogue Jan Minařík.
Shakespeare in Dialogue (2016)
The third seminar focused on contemporary interpretations of the work of William Shakespeare in the countries of the Visegrad group. The programme included several master classes, among them an interdisciplinary master class by director Rastislav Ballek and actor Robert Roth, a master class by director Daniel Špinar and a master class on scenic design by Piroska E. Kiss.
The first KADU seminar not dedicated to a specific artist but rather to a wider theme, namely creative writing and theatrical and film adaptations. The main guest and lecturer was playwright and screenwriter Petr Kolečko. Following our successful collaboration with institutions from the countries of the Visegrad group during the previous year, KADU also made its first appearance outside of Bratislava, at the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
Vizuál / grafický dizajn
KADU prvýkrát v Prahe: Po vydarenej spolupráci s inštitúciami a vysokými školami krajín V4 sme veľmi radi, že sme v roku 2017 mohli predstaviť náš seminár nielen v Bratislave, ale aj v Prahe. Vďaka spoločnosti Film Europe a Divadelnej fakulte Akademie múzických umení v Prahe sa seminár Text2obraz konal 9.–10. októbra v Hallerovom sále v budove DAMU na Karlovej 26. Rovnako ako v Bratislave, aj v Prahe sme prinesli projekcie s odbornými úvodmi, panelovú diskusiu a masterclass českého dramatika a scenáristu Petra Kolečka.
Partneri: Film Europe Media Company, Be2Can, Asociácia súčasného divadla, Slovenský filmový ústav, Divadelná fakulta VŠMU, Filmová a televízna fakulta VŠMU, Fond na podporu umenia, Bratislavský samosprávny kraj, Divadelní fakulta Akademie múzických umění v Praze, Slovenský institut Praha, České centrum
Partneri: Kollektiv, s.r.o., Asociácia súčasného divadla, Slovenský filmový ústav, Jana Wild – Divadelná fakulta VŠMU, Nadácia Tatrabanky, Bratislavský samosprávny kraj, BSP SOFTWAREDISTRIBUTION a.s., Muzeum Śląskie, Katowice, Poľský inštitút Bratislava, Balassiho inštitút, Maďarský inštitút v Bratislave, Institut umění – Divadelní ústav, Praha, Divadelný ústav, Film Europe Media Company, Vysoká škola muzických umení Bratislava
Partneri: Asociácia súčasného divadla, Ministerstvo kultúry SR, VŠMU Bratislava, Goethe Institut, Slovenský filmový ústav, Film Europe, Cinematik, Film Europe Channel
[VIDEO] Jan Minařík: Prednáška Pina Bausch
Partneri: Asociácia súčasného divadla, Ministerstvo kultúry SR, VŠMU Bratislava, Slovenské národné divadlo, Film Europe, Film Europe Channel