Mr. Gaga

  • November 13, 2019 / 19:00
  • November 20, 2019 / 19:00

Director: Tomer Heymann
Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Sweden, 2015, 100', DCP, color
English, Hebrew with Turkish subtitles

Ohad Naharin, artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, is regarded as one of the most important choreographers in the world. Meeting him at a critical turning point in his personal life, this spirited and insightful documentary will introduce you to a man of great artistic integrity and extraordinary vision. In this documentary that was filmed over a period of eight years, director Tomer Heymann mixes intimate rehearsal footage with an extensive unseen archive and breathtaking dance sequences. The result is the story of an artistic genius that is guaranteed to make your heart skip a beat.

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Trailer

Mr. Gaga

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