Ashes of God (As Cinzas De Deus)

6 Oct 2015

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£8.50 (£7 concessions)

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Laban Theatre

London, United Kingdom


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  • By Bus: Bus numbers 47, 53, 89, 177, 188, 225 and 453 stop near Laban.
  • By Docklands Light Railway (recommended route)
  • By train: Charing Cross, Waterloo East or London Bridge Stations to either Deptford or Greenwich. (Please note if travelling from Charing Cross or Waterloo East, you may need to change trains at London Bridge).
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The first contemporary dance feature film to be shot in Brazil, Ashes of God is a visual poem that merges the language of cinema and dance.


UK, 2003
Directed by Andre Semenza
Choreography by Fernanda Lippi
Age 16+
73 min

“Stupendous. A sizzling, striking and beautiful feature film. The performance embodies the teachings of spiritual theatre giant Grotowski” * Time Out Critics’ Choice

“Intense, flashbacking and highly stylised dance drama” David Parkinson, BBC

The first in a series of two screenings from Trinity Laban alumni Andre Semenza and Fernanda Lippi, founders of Zikzira Physical Theatre.

The first contemporary dance feature film to be shot in Brazil, Ashes of Godmerges the languages of cinema and dance. The critically acclaimed film, directed by Andre Semenza and choreographed by Fernanda Lippi, was shot by award-winning British Director of Photography Marcus Waterloo.

Inspired by Ovid’s MetamorphosesAshes of God features a cast of consummate Brazilian dancers and a haunting soundtrack mixed by arguably France’s premier producer Kid Loco, featuring Boleros, music by René Aubry, Silver Mt Zion, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Lepo Sumero, amongst others. The film was dubbed at Pinewood Studios, supervised by BAFTA and Academy Award® winner Glenn Freemantle.

Presented by Maverick Motion and Zikzira Physical Theatre.

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