11/8/14

Making the Teaser Trailer # 1 for TRIBE

Making the Teaser Trailer # 1 for TRIBE




TRIBE is Commissioned by Miami-Dade County Auditorium’s ON.STAGE Black Box.
TRIBE is made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners."
Supported by:
Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs
O Cinema
Miami Light Project
Miami Theater Center
Inkub8
2015 Dance Miami Choreographers' Program
American Dance Abroad
Artistic Residence, Dance-tech AIR Artistic Residence, Dance-tech AIR @ Lake Studios Berlin, Germany
Avila Bistro


Carla Forte and Alexey Taran @ Dance Tech AIR Residency Program - Lake Studios Berlin

11/07/14

Unfinished Fridays VOL 9 on November 21 with Alexey Taran Carla Forte (dance tech AIR residents), Sascha Pavic, Ilana Reynolds and a new work by Sylvana Seddig @ Lake Studios Berlin

dance-techAIR @ Lake Studios Berlin

Dance-tech artist in residency in Berlin offers to international interdisciplinary movement and media artists the possibility to live and make art in a peaceful artist run working, living and performance space in Berlin, Germany. The artists will enjoy the recently opened Lake Studios Berlin, a unique living and creative working space with fast connection into the exciting creative center of Berlin and with the advantage of the quiet beauty of Mueggelsee lake and a forest at only 5 minute walk for depth concentration on research, creative process and swim in summer months. The resident artist will enjoy a private apartment and access to a dance space with sprung wooden floors. Lake Studios Berlin is primarily a working space for 8 diverse movement artists with the need to go deeper into their work and practice. It is an experience of collaborative living and creation, and the resident will have the opportunity of artistic exchange as well as access to inside information about the dance scene in Berlin.

9/17/14

INTERRUPTA @ 27th Festival Les Instants Vidéo : « For a free circulation of bodies and desires »

INTERRUPTA dance video directed by Carla Forte selected for 27th Festival Les Instants Vidéo : « For a free circulation of bodies and desires ».

The 27th Festival Les Instants Vidéo 2014 will take place in Marseille (Friche La Belle de Mai, Espace Culture, ADPEI, Vidéodrome 2), with, like every year, an extension in Milan (Italy) at the [.BOX] Gallery and on the video art web TV.

http://www.instantsvideo.com/blog/fr/archives/category/accueil



8/19/14

"INTERRUPTA" @ POOL 14 – INTERNATIONALE TanzFilmPlattform BERLIN

"INTERRUPTA" Directed by Carla Forte Official Selection POOL 14 – INTERNATIONALE TanzFilmPlattform BERLIN, a Bistoury Inc. Production.http://www.pool-festival.de/



4/7/14

IMAGINARIUM (Short Film)

IMAGINARIUM (Short Film), Directed by Carla Forte and Alexey Taran
Official Selection 2014 Leiden International Short Film Experience, Netherlands.

http://www.lisfe.nl

1/25/14

INTERRUPTA at SCREEN DANCE MIAMI 2014

INTERRUPTA at SCREEN DANCE MIAMI

ScreenDance Miami is a new Tigertail project. It highlights Miami-based choreographers, movers and filmmakers who are working with emerging and new concepts in regard to movement and dance on film and dance on camera. 


More info: http://www.tigertail.org/event_screendance.html




Dance on Film Festival
JANUARY 25, 2014 - 8PM
Location: Inkub8, 2021 NW 1st Place, Miami


INTERRUPTA (Short Film Trailer) from Bistoury Physical Theatre on Vimeo.

12/22/13

S.A.V.E. (Silent Animal Voices Euthanized)

S.A.V.E. 
(Silent Animal Voices Euthanized)

EXCERPTS  - FREE ADMISSION
December 22
2PM - 4PM
Miami-Dade County - Animal Services
7401 NW 74 Street 
Miami, Florida 33166

The documentary feature “S.A.V.E.” exposes the reality of the treatment of animals. Over 27,000 pets are brought to Miami-Dade County - Animal Services each year, and sadly, there are not nearly enough homes for all of them. The documentary also seeks to investigate why there are so many animals and what we can do to help solve the issue.

Our hope is to promote desperately needed change by raising awareness around responsible pet ownership, promote adoption, and improve the living conditions of animals presently in Miami Dade County Animal Services. 

Education and awareness are the basis for change.

Hatchfund Online Campaign: To donate or learn more about the documentary check the links below. All donations are tax-deductible.


A Bistoury Inc. Production
Directed by: Carla Forte
Produced by: Alexey Taran

With the support of the "Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners." 
"O-Cinema"  
“Miami World Cinema Center”
“Lemonsmedia”

More Info:
BISTOURY PHYSICAL THEATRE
(305) 905-1275
BistouryPhysicalTheatre@gmail.com
www.bistoury.blogspot.com


11/20/13

“S.A.V.E.” (Silent Animal Voice Euthanized) Hatchfund Online Campaign

Help Support BISTOURY Physical Theatre and Film Next Documentary Feature!

Donate today!

BISTOURY Physical Theatre and Film’s latest Documentary Feature, “S.A.V.E.” (Silent Animal Voice Euthanized): The documentary exposes the reality of the treatment of animals. Over 27,000 pets are brought to Miami-Dade County Animal Services each year, and sadly, there are not nearly enough homes for all of them. The documentary also seeks to investigate why there are so many animals and what we can do to help solve the issue.

In order to complete this project, we are seeking your help to raise the funds required, which will go toward the development and post-production phase of the project.

We are mounting an online campaign from now until January 13th through the online giving site Hatchfund to raise funds for the work.

Your funds will go directly toward the post-production of “S.A.V.E.”, to support this project, please click the link below. If you have any questions about the project, please feel free to contact usall donations are tax-deductible.

http://www.hatchfund.org/project/s_a_v_e

“S.A.V.E.” (Silent Animal Voice Euthanized) from Bistoury Physical Theatre on Vimeo.

6/28/13

GESTUS

GESTUS Performance by BISTOURY at Miami Performance International Festival '13

Edge Zones Saturday June 2, 3900 N. Miami Ave. Miami FL, 33137. 

More Info: http://www.miamiperformancefestival.org/The_Festival_13.html 


INTERRUPTA @ 21st Quinzena de Dança de Almada – Contemporary Dance Festival 2013

INTERRUPTA a Dance Film Directed by Carla Forte a BISTOURY Production, created for Dance Made to Order, selected to participate in the 21st Quinzena de Dança de Almada – Contemporary Dance Festival 2013.

INTERRUPTA (Short Film Trailer) from Bistoury Physical Theatre on Vimeo.

3/11/13

“IMAGINARIUM” a short film selected by "Cannes Court Métrage, Short Film Corner, FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2013”

The short film “IMAGINARIUM” a story subtracted from our current performance “IMAGINARIUM Life” directed by Carla Forte and Alexey Taran, has ben selected by the "Cannes Court Métrage, Short Film Corner, FESTIVAL DE CANNES 2013”. This short film reunite the essence of our “IMAGINARIUM Life” multi-media performance piece journey.

3/9/13

"IMAGINARIUM Life" @ Miami Beach Cinematheque


BISTOURY presents "IMAGINARIUM life" 

A Dance Theatre and Film Fusion Performed Live!

March 15 - 16 - 17, 2013
9:00 -10:30 PM

Miami Beach Cinematheque at Historic City Hall 
1130 Washington Ave
Miami Beach 33139

"IMAGINARIUM life" is a visual experiment where dance theatre and film fuse to shed light onto a dark world of desires and disorder. It is translated by a new form of communication and language through body gestures, serving as an escape from the established social order. It is a creative experience fusing and integrating contemporary dance theatre and film, narrating the story of Ana and Ruben, who have decided to abandon his tormented life by taking refuge within their own imagination, which distances them from all material and emotional attachment, thus exorcizing his ego.


"IMAGINARIUM life"

Based on the screenplay "Imagimundo" written by Carla Forte.
Produced by: Bistoury Inc., 
Directed by: Alexey Taran
Choreography: Alexey Taran and Carla Forte
Lighting Design: A. Puig
Visual Artist: Vicente Forte

Film Credits: Directed and Produced by: Carla Forte and Alexey Taran
Cinematographer and Editor: Alexey Taran
Composer: Frank Wow
Anti-Poems "The exorcisms of Ego" by: Vicente Forte
Subtitles: Carlos Ortiz
Cast: Ana: Carla Forte, Rubén: Alexey Taran

Project Supporters:
"With the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners."
USA Project
Artist2Artist Fund
The inkub8 (open-studio) Residency Program
Commissioned by Miami Theater Center as part of the SandBox Series 2012-2013
Camposition

Tickets: www.mbcinema.com 
Adult (Non-member) $17.00 (USD)
MBC Member $15 (USD)
Student or Senior $16.00 (USD)



1/25/13

"Imaginarium Life" review by NEIL DE LA FLOR @ Artburst Miami


Imaginarium: An Astonishing Look At Life On Stage

BY  |  Artburst Miami

Imaginarium Life is a complex multi-media performance piece created by the brilliant dark angels at Bistoury Physical Theatre, Alexey Taran and Carla Forte. The performance documents — through dance theater, sound and gorgeous cinematography — the spiraling, chaotic world of an artist whose obsession with himself and his own imaginary world of self-inflicted wounds destroys him and the person he loves. Sounds tragic, yes, but the unregulated, self-centered ego focused only on detachment instead of human connection is a recipe for disaster. This all-too-human failing demands attention. Taran and Forte focus our eyes and egos on this failing in this exquisitely eerie performance.

Ruben, the artist, played by Taran, suffers greatly. In fact, he deifies suffering at the cost of his own well-being. But why? He seeks happiness and freedom, which are reasonable goals. We all deserve these things, but he tries to achieve those goals through radical isolation and detachment — an often misunderstood Buddhist notion. What we don’t realize at first is the suffering that his wife, Ana, played by Forte, experiences throughout this piece. As Ruben tries to retreat into his imaginary world to escape the demons on his back (who are always on his back no matter what world he steps into), Ana supplies the structure to keep her husband afloat in la la land. She enables. She encourages. She feeds. She loves him, but love sometimes leads us to betray our own self-interest that will inevitably come back to haunt us (and Ana) in the end.
“You dream too much: does it hurt?” is one of the first lines to create a lightening bolt. In the imaginary world there’s supposed to be no pain, no suffering, no hurt; just happiness, joy and freedom — at least in theory. This line made me question what isImaginarium Life. Is it an imaginary world free from sin and sorrow? Shame and suffering? Despair and desolation? Or is Imaginarium Life just life as it is simply renamed to give us (or Ruben) the false impression that we can create new worlds out of nothing when we are in fact powerless to do so.
“To be able to live: first kill the self.” I know what Ruben feels. Sometimes the only way to save ourselves is to destroy the absurd notion of the self that we’ve created because we feel like we’re not good enough, smart enough, cute enough, creative enough or fill-in-the-blank enough. This broken self, this powerful and intoxicating thing, becomes so big and damaged that it sublimates our authentic self to our manufactured self.

12/7/12

IMAGINARIUM Life is a visual experiment where dance theatre and film fuse to shed light onto a dark world of desires and disorder translated by a new form of communication and language through body gestures, serving as an escape from the established social order. A creative experience fusing and integrating contemporary dance theatre and film, narrating the story of Ana and Ruben, who have decided to abandon his tormented life by taking refuge within their own imagination, which distances their from all material and emotional attachment, thus exorcizing his ego.

“Imaginarium Life,” opens Thursday Dec. 6 and runs Fridays and Saturdays from Dec. 7-22 at 8 p.m. at the SanBox, Miami Theater Center.


“I want more freedom.” “I want to be happy.” “I want to live free from pain and sorrow.” “I want to be free to do what I want to do.” Happiness and freedom have become these dual-driving forces that seem inextricably linked to our egos that no one seems to know anything about except that they want it, more of it and they want it now. Taran and Forte try to figure this out for us and I’m happy for that.

By Neil de la Flor (KnightArts Blog) Dec 3 2012

10/25/12

Fundraising for IMAGINARIUM Life a performance merging Dance, Theatre and Film.


IMAGINARIUM Life is a performance fusing and integrating Contemporary Dance Theatre and Film, narrating the story of Ana and Ruben, who have decided to abandon his tormented life by taking refuge within their own imagination, which distances their from all material and emotional attachment, thus exorcizing his ego.

We are asking for $7,000 to fund this project. Your donations will go toward our production costs and total budget which include paying performers, designers, musicians and video production costs. Note: we must reach our minimum goal by our deadline in order to receive any funds.This project cannot be realized without your generous donations. Please consider a donation to IMAGINARIUM Life and considering a tax-deductible donation. Thank you for supporting this work and our first ever web campaign trough the USA Projects Program created by United State Artist (USA)! 

Check out the USA Projects Program page for IMAGINARIUM Life and make your donation today! http://www.usaprojects.org/project/imaginarium_life

The realization of this project will take place in collaboration with the Inkub8 Residency Program 2012 and produced by Miami Theater Center as part of the SandBox Series 2012-2013. 

Dates: Open Rehearsal and Feedback Forum at Inkub8 (November 10, 2012). Premiere at Miami Theater Center MTC San Box Series 2012-2013 (December 6, 2012).