Coffee With Pina

51 Minutes and 46 seconds , 2006
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Directed by: Lee Yanor

Artist and director Lee Yanor is offered a glimpse of legendary choreographer, Pina Bausch’s rehearsal space, and goes on to make a stream of consciousness film about motion, itself – an associative, intimate and wholly unconventional portrait of Bausch in motion, colour, editing, and music. Bausch, a notoriously private person, invited Yanor to observe her creative process and to document her private and artistic space. Coffee with Pina is a dance between two female creatives: one, a creator of motion and the other, a capturer of motion. The film was featured in various Israeli and international festivals (including the Jerusalem Festival and the Docaviv International Documentary Film Festival) and was also shown at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

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