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Wim Wenders' 'Pina' Gives Dance on Film a New Dimension
Philippina "Pina" Bausch, one of the major figures in the landscape of modern dance, founded her Tanztheater in Wuppertal, Germany in 1972, and for anyone whose only encounter with European modern dance is catching a bit of Mummenschanz on PBS, Pina's work is staggering stuff.
The Spiritual Significance of Art: Cave Art to the Present
When it comes to the realistic depiction of how animals move, cavemen have been proven to out-perform the artists of other eras, from the beginning of recorded time to now.
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Warner Herzog makes film for UVM class
A University of Vermont lecturer seized the opportunity of a lifetime last fall when he attended a talk by award-winning director Werner Herzog and asked him to make a short movie for his class using a Super 8mm film camera.
Director Herzog makes film for Vt. college class
Two weeks later, Herzog sent back a three-minute movie called "Where's da party at?" followed by a letter with explicit instructions on how the film students should use the piece in their own work.