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For 50 years, Dorit Shimron created pioneering dance pieces for Tnuatron, a modern dance company comprised entirely of girls who combined dance and acrobatics inspired by the American Pilobolus Dance Theatre. Eitan Wetzler's film reunites Dorit with her dancers, exploring the individual relationships between the women, who reminisce about their time on stage. Interweaving new interviews shot in Israel with archival footage from Tnuatron's international tours, this brilliant documentary is as emotionally and visually compelling as Shimron's choreography.

Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Eitan Wetzler. To view the conversation please click here.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    91 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    International Premiere
  • Director
    Eitan Wetzler
  • Screenwriter
    Eitan Wetzler
  • Cast
    Dorit Shimron
  • Cinematographer
    Eitan Wetzler
  • Editor
    Eitan Wetzler