Found & Lost / voiceS

27th August 2011, 8 pmPonec Theatre

Swedish dancer, choreographer and performer Charlotta Öfverholm represents physically demanding and raw movement theatre. Her performances don´t miss rough, sometimes even self-destructive, pictures of human body. The performances are focused especially on fragility and brutality of relationships and destructive aggression of the present world.

Charlotta Öfverholm comes from Sweden but spent long time living and working in New York where she danced together with the dance companies like for example Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company, with Dwight Rhoden (Desmond Richardsons Complexions) or Footprints Dance Company. From 1998 to 2000 she performed with the well-known London based dance group - DV8 Physical Theatre. In the Czech Republic she became famous for her collaboration with choreographer Jan Kodet. Their joint piece “Lola and Mr. Talk” received nomination for 2005 Thalie Award.

Choreography: Charlotta Öfverholm Dancers: Tereza Ondrová, Veronika Kotlíková Light design: Pavel Kotlík Production: Markéta Faustová Music: Johnny Cash, Plastikman, Collage Further information:

The aunt Marta lives with strangers who seem to know her very well. To understand who they are, she decides for an ultimate solution. She is getting ready for the biggest event in her life. Sitting in front of the mirror, she is hypnotized by her own reflection…

Film won prize for Best video film at Avanca festival in Portugal in 2011.

Screenplay by Yuri Korec and Peter Bebjak Choreography by Yuri Korec Music by Oliver Stotz Director of photography Martin Žiaran Co-choreography Helene Weinzierl Cast Helena Arenbenrgerová, Viviana Escalé, Tereza Ondrová, Stanislava Vlčeková, Róbert Tirpák Directed by Peter Bebjak

Saturday 27th August 2011, 8 pm Ponec Theatre

Entrance fee with accreditation for FFF CZK 90 Full entrance fee CZK 150 Discounted entrance fee for students, seniors and physically challenged CZK 100