AVDP tv

AVDP tv is one of the creative sectors of Athens Video Dance Project which records with the camera the works of artists during their preparation and presents them in the form of short documentaries. The main purpose of AVDP_tv is to present to the general public the way of creation, the opinions and methods of renowned creators from Greece and abroad. The project Is financed by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports for 2020-2021

Maria Karathanou | Visual Artist

The cultural organization Belleville and the International Dance Film Festival - Athens Video Dance Project create interviews - documentaries that present Greek and international artists from the spectrum of contemporary art. Maria Karathanou, Visual Artist, presents us the way of her creation, and the significant milestones of his artistic career.

Lambros Pigounis

Composer, Sound artist

The cultural organization Belleville and the International Dance Film Festival - Athens Video Dance Project create interviews - documentaries that present Greek and international artists from the spectrum of contemporary art. Lambros Pigounis, composer, sound artist, presents us the way of his creation, and the significant milestones of his artistic career.

 

Rafika Chawishe

The cultural organization Belleville and the International Dance Film Festival - Athens Video Dance Project create interviews - documentaries that present Greek and international artists from the spectrum of contemporary art. Rafika Chawishe, Performer, Actress, Theatermaker, presents us the way of his creation, and the significant milestones of her artistic career.

 

Marianna Kavallieratos

MARIANNA KAVALLIERATOS | DANCER - CHOREOGRAPHER

The cultural organization Belleville and the International Dance Film Festival - Athens Video Dance Project create interviews - documentaries that present Greek and international artists from the spectrum of contemporary art. Marianna Kavallieratos, dancer-choreographer, presents us the way of his creation, and the significant milestones of her artistic career.

 

Pantelis Makkas

The cultural organization Belleville and the International Dance Film Festival - Athens Video Dance Project create interviews - documentaries that present Greek and international artists from the spectrum of contemporary art. Pantelis Makkas, visual artist and video designer, presents us the way of his creation, and the significant milestones of his artistic career.

David Zambrano - Milan Herich

A solo for Mr Folk (Work in progress) / David Zambrano - Milan Herich / Duration 11.25' / Production AVDP - AVDP Team / Greek Subtitles

Daniel Lepkoff

(Greek Subtitles)

DANIEL LEPKOFF is a dancer, dance maker, improvising performer, teacher, and writer. His work looks at functional movement as a finely tuned physical dialogue with the environment and explores the form and composition of this interaction as a language for making dances. He has developed techniques based on this approach that form a dance practice as well as a research into moving and living in the world. He is known for his commitment to composing dance works that bring the process of living movement onto the stage.

Jukstapoz Co

Vicious Cycle

(Greek Subtitles)

Within this latest work Jukstapoz company journeys into discovering ways of breaking free of a vicious cycle of eternal repetition and the models of behaviour that forever lead us to the same thoughts, acts and mistakes. In this, their second work to be staged at the Onassis Cultural Centre, the choreographers explore whether every new start really is a new beginning.
Co-collaboration with the Onassis Cultural Centre

Akram Khan | interview

(Greek Subtitles)

Video Interview with Akram Khan motivated by the performances he gave in Christmas at the Athens Concert Hall.

Michael Kliën | JERUSALEM

(Greek Subtitles)

Performed by a mixed company of citizens (professional dancers and non-performers from diverse walks of life) and with audience free to wander, this radical, choreographic ‘counter-spectacle’ sets up a process for humans to re-root themselves in the social, physical and instinctive. Imagined as an urgent response to the crisis of Western civilization, Jerusalem aims to provide a ceremonial site for embodied sensing and moving.