Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) 2022 is pleased to present individual submissions created under the digital initiative…
SHARED STORIES of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Rwanda
by Hope Azeda, Konstantin Dupelius, Nedim Zlatar // Mashirika Rwanda, The Grey Stories Germany, SARTR Bosnia-Herzegovina
Country: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Rwanda | Language: English | Year Of Inception: 2020/21
About SHARED STORIES of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Rwanda
Shared Stories deals with experiences on the topics of war, genocide, diaspora and home in relation to the conflicts in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Rwanda in the 1990s. In the very first exchange between Bosnian, Rwandan and German artists, personal experiences, thoughts and visions in different settings were exchanged online and artistically processed. Artists from the three participation countries developed artistic material in remote online exchange and created 5 videos. All videos show artistic and documentary contributions from all three participating countries. A total of 15 dancers, authors, musicians and filmmakers were involved.
a project of
The Grey Stories (Germany)
Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company (Rwanda)
SARTR / Sarajevo War Theatre (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
Composition & Music: Basheskia & Edward EQ (Nedim Zlatar, Leonardo Šarić), Konstantin Dupelius, Peace Jolis, Moise Mutanga, Asmir Šabić, Donia Sbika, Serge Rugamba, Dorcas Isimbi
Authors: Hope Azeda, Donia Sbika, Nedim Zlatar, Vernesa Berbo
Acting and voices: Hope Azeda, Benjamin Bajramović, Kennedy Mazimpaka, Vernesa Berbo, Snezana Bogicevic, Benjamin Bajramovic, Amanda Akaliza
Dance: Donia Sbika, Jihad Niyonkuru, Yannik Ndoli, Aubaine Hirwa,
Camera & editing: Lamia Šabić, Vanessa B. Alcaide, Cyamwa Manasseh, Eric Thierry, Daniel Schellongowski
The individual projects under SHARED STORIES of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Rwanda include:
2. Clouding Memories of Home
4. Talking in Circles
5. How Do I Tell?
About Hope Azeda, Konstantin Dupelius, Nedim Zlatar // Mashirika Rwanda, The Grey Stories Germany, SARTR Bosnia-Herzegovina
Scenografic Director: Hope Azeda (Rwanda)
Hope was raised as a refugee in Uganda and returned to Rwanda after finishing her theatre studies at Makerere University. She is one of the leading figures in contemporary Rwandan theatre. As the founder and artistic director of Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company, a leading theatre company in Rwanda since 1997, the group collaboratively created Africa’s Hope which was performed many times in Kigali, at the G8 World Summit in Edinburgh in 2005, toured in the UK in 2006 and 2008, was held in the biennial festival in Sweden in 2008 and in Los Angeles 2012. To this date, Hope has been involved with 77 productions through Mashirika Performing Arts and Media Company. On her own, Hope has been involved with countless other productions through partnerships and workshops acting as director, writer, mentor, and advisor. In 2015 after being tasked with creating a legacy based project, she created the Ubumuntu Arts Festival which brings together many countries from around the world to create and showcase drama for reconciliation.
Artistic Director & Composition: Konstantin Dupelius (Germany)
Konstantin composed the music for the opera “1000 Kraniche”, a production of the Salzburg Festival 2020, together with the violinist and composer Gustavo Strauss. In summer 2020 he composed and performed “WTF 1770 – H lderlin // Beethoven” with his Duo OMG Schubert at the Institut für theatrale Zukunftsforschung Zimmertheater Tübingen. 2018/19 he was artistic director and composer of the documentary performance „UNCONSCIOUS COLLECTIONS . What about Bosnia?“, dealing about the aftermath of the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, which was shown at Performing Arts Festival Berlin, PODIUM Festival Esslingen and toured through Bosnia-Herzegovina in cooperation with Festival MESS Sarajevo. He works regularly with other ensembles and musicians, e.g. with the ensemble recherche, Kai Schumacher, Benedikt ter Braak or with the National Youth Ballet of Germany.
Author & Composition: Nedim Zlatar (Bosnia-Herzegovina)
Graduated in comparative literature. Working as a freelance musician and producer since 2004 (Gramofon, Periskop Records). Studio composing and producing for theater, film and TV. Manager of the record label Periskop Records. Several feature film soundtracks, documentaries, numerous theatre pieces, and regulary perfoming at regional clubs and festivals, galleries, museums and uncoventional spaces. Some of the festivals are: Eurosonic Noorderslag, Exit, MIMI, PODIUM Esslingen, MESS. Coauthor of photo and video exhibition of socialist monuments. Currently a columnist at portal www.nomad.ba, a bosnian freethinking journal.
About The Festival
The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) is an annual event showcasing films drawn from the world of theatre and performance. The festival presents experimental, emerging, and established theatre artists and filmmakers from around the world to audiences and industry professionals. The 7th annual festival will focus on work for the screen created by theatre artists during the Time of Corona. The festival will be held digitally from March 1st – 15th 2022.
Explore projects created under SHARED STORIES of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Rwanda from March 1st to March 15th 2022 on the Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) website.
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