HBAF: THE FEELING OF GOING WITH Q&A (12A)

Date Time
Sun 23rd June 4.30pm

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Doors open at 4.30pm; 5.15pm film start

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Join Hebden Bridge Picture House and Hebden Bridge Arts Festival for the UK Premiere of the film of The Feeling of Going, recorded live from the stage of Malmö Opera, Sweden.

The Feeling of Going is a magical, music-dance-theatre production by an acclaimed creative team, headed by multi-talented choreographer & director Ben Wright.

The film of the production will be introduced by Ben Wright, and there will be a panel discussion and audience Q&A post film.

Originally created for Skånes Dansteater and Malmö Opera in 2013, The Feeling of Going was a sold out hit, delighting audiences and receiving critical acclaim. Set to Jonas Nydesjö’s orchestration of GO, the award-winning album by world-renowned recording artist, Jónsi (Sigur Rós),and featuring the stunning vocal talent of Swedish musical artist Moto Boy (Oskar Humlebo) alongside soloists, the chorus and orchestra of Malmö Opera.

This unique film was captured for screen by award-winning dance film-maker Jeff Tudor and his production company 3 minutes West and was recorded at Malmö Opera in November 2017

“It’s magnificent and impossible not to love.” Sydsvenskan
“Surreal, fabulous and dreamlike.” LandetsFria.
“Glorious, enchanting, expanding.” Helsingborgs Dagblad

Concept, Choreography and Direction Ben Wright
Movement material: Ben Wright & the ensemble
Music & lyrics: Jónsi
Arrangement & orchestration: Jonas Nydesjö
Set design: Will Holt
Costume design: Theo Clinkard
Lighting design: Zerlina Hughes
Video design: Finn Ross
Sound score: Alan Stones
Premiered: October 26, 2013 at Malmö Opera

Film credits:
Directed for the screen by Jeff Tudor
Producer Adrienne Liron
Recorded at Malmö Opera, November 2017

Tickets: £10 (age 26 to 65) / £8 (Passport to Leisure and Picture This members) / £6 (25 and under and Full Time Students)

All times listed are the programme start time unless otherwise stated. Films start approx 30 mins after the programme start time.