Movies, live concerts and a subversive live show make the transition into the heart of autumn a little less gloomy.
Text: Mary Giatra
A high speed and rhythmic show which unfolds in an aquatic environment over the heads of the standing spectators. “Look Up” is the name of the show and the Argentinean, avant-garde, artistic group promises another breathtaking show. Stunts, dance, special effects, a surreal mood and a unique experience is what the “Fuerza Bruta” promise and they will be performing at the Badminton Theater until September 30th. Don’t miss it!
For more info visit Badminton.
The highly anticipated film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s beat generation manifesto is premiering this Saturday during the “Athens International Movie Festival”. The basically auto-biographic novel, is based on the years Kerouac spent traveling in the United States during the late 1940s. Directed by Walter Salles and starring Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund it is a frantic adventure through ideals, drugs, music, pleasures and danger. Find more about the festival’s schedule here.
“Manos Hadjidakis…now” The great Dionisis Savvopoulos honors Manos Hadjidakis, the unforgettable, significant and world renowned Greek composer, whose music is eternal and legacy is precious. Mr. Savvopoulos will perform at Herodion this Monday, October 1st. The ancient theater, will be filled with nostalgic tunes during a show that nobody should miss.
For tickets go here.
A dance documentary will also take place this Wednesday, October 3rd at the French Institute in Athens. A movie about the amazing German dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch. In the film, which practically is Pina’s last appearance on screen, we watch the choreographer gathering teenagers from different social backgrounds and religious beliefs who agree to participate in her show. These young people manage to overcome their hesitations and work hard in order to perform well in a show tha is both physically and emotionally demanding.
Tickets are being sold at “Ianos” bookstores.