Inspired Dance Film Festivalは、ダンス映画制作者を祝福し、紹介するために作られた、オーストラリアで最もプレミアな国際ダンス・フィルム・フェスティバルです。IDFF22はブリスベンのクイーンズランド・バレエ団の本拠地、改装されたばかりのトーマス・ディクソン・センターでライブ上映される予定です。
Inspired Dance Film Festival is Australia’s premiere international dance on film festival, created to celebrate & showcase dance filmmakers. IDFF22 will be screening live in Brisbane at the newly refurbished Thomas Dixon Centre, home of Queensland Ballet. It will also be screened online from 19-30 Oct. We expand on our core values of inclusivity in 2022 by introducing new award categories to shine a light on the diversity of our industry.
2022年10月19日（水）5:00 am – 10月30日（日）9:00 pm JST
Wed 19th Oct 2022, 5:00 am – Sun 30th Oct 2022, 9:00 pm JST
Run Time: 78 mins
2 films of very different styles that awaken the senses and excite the mind
Miroirs (Japan) – 57:15
Live Perfomance Capture
About 100 years after the composition of Ravel’s suite “Mirror,” the work has been reinterpreted into a multi-disciplinary artistic work that equationally connects contemporary dance, modern classical music, and digital art.
The depths of our spirit are unknown to us – the mysterious way leads inwards. Eternity with its worlds – the past and future – is in ourselves or nowhere. – Novalis – The two mirrors face each other, and the eternal process of reflection and the work of mutual transformation never ends, but circulates, permeates, and eventually converges. Reflection is a process of integration with wholeness. Eventually, the world is figured through aesthetic codes. Through the process of self-recognition through the existence of the self and the “gaze” of others, this work depicts the nested structure of the self and others from the perspective of the whole, based on the process of a woman’s growth. With the paradox of the existence of the “self” in the mirror and the “gaze” of others as the axis, the work asks endless questions about the harmony and relationship between the “world/whole” and the individual.