Lost Albertina | Miloš Sofrenović

Lost Albertina


Miloš Sofrenović (RS/AT)

1.6.2013. | 19:00 | ZPC
3.6.2013. | 20:00 | Molekula, Rijeka

photo: Ksenija Španec


Performance film directed by: Mladomir Puriša Đorđević, Miodrag Miša Milošević & Miloš Sofrenović
Camera and editing by: Miodrag Miša Milošević
Devised and performed by Miloš Sofrenović
Musical concept/arrangement/text dramaturgy by Miloš Sofrenović
Music composition/arrangement/sound engineering by Jan Vysocky
Text re-translated and spoken by Sheila Sofrenović
Costume and stage design by Miloš Sofrenović
Photo memory by Ana Adamović & Ivan Ilić - Kisholjubac
Trailer devised by Chris Clow
Executive producers of this performance film and with the support of: Ministry of Culture and Media of Republic Serbia, SMOG Entertainment, Bitef teatar
Executive producers of this stage production: Zagreb dance centre/Croatian Instittute for Movement and Dance (Mirna Žagar) www.plesnicentar.info DELIKOS COMPANY (Mina Rakičević) www.delikos.rs

Free entry
This staged piece and its film adaptation are dedicated to the loving memory of ex-Yugoslav composer Ksenija Zećević (1956 - 2006 )

About the performance / film:

Mladomir Puriša Đorđević, Miodrag Miša Milošević and Miloš Sofrenović present their film “Lost Albertine”. “Lost Albertine” in the Marcel Proust’s novel “In Search of Lost Time” serves as the inspiration to dance artist Miloš Sofrenović to tell us how love outlasts life.
- Mladomir Puriša Đorđević

Live movement - performed and perceived in the present - is actually a temporal experience, in the sense that, once executed, it is constantly analyzed and processed as a revisit of past experience. Through my dialogue with Marcel Proust’s capital work “Remembering Things Past”, I discovered a strong relationship between three discourses -- Memory, Movement and Monologue. - Miloš Sofrenović

Prior to the screening, at 18h, Jelena Mihelčić will hold a trialogue with the author, Miloš Sofrenović, and choreographer Milko Šparemblek, at the ZDC mediateque.

About the author:

Miloš Sofrenović graduated from the Laban Centre in London. He continued his dance development through attending several program: DanceWeb (Austria), Dance Omi Residency Program (USA), DanzInc Residency Program (Singapore). He danced for the Odyssey Dance Theatre (Singapore), Tanz Theatre Wien (Austria), Coartris (Germany), Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal (Germany) and the Nederlands Dans Teater II (Holland), as well as choreographing for John Galliano and for Dior.

His choreographies were featured at the London Cochrane Theatre, the Bonnie Bird Theatre, at the Solistice Festival and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The merging of literature and movement is his continuing artistic obsession.




Photos from the screening and conversation with Milko Šparemblek at the 30th DWF / Zagreb Dance Centre

Photo: Krunoslav Marinac