Thierry De Mey

Thierry De Mey (Brussels, 1956) is a Belgian filmmaker and composer. He regularly collaborates with choreographers, such as his sister Michèle Anne De Mey, Wim Vandekeybus and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. He has directed numerous dance films, such as La Valse (2010), a collaboration with choreographer Thomas Hauert, and several others based on De Keersmaeker's dance performances, such as Rosas danst Rosas (1997) and Fase (2002). He also co-founded the music ensembles Maximalist! and Ictus Ensemble. The connecting thread in his multifaceted work is the interaction between dance, music and image. His compositions, film installations and dance films receive national and international recognition.

Twenty years after the eponymous choreography that put dance company Rosas on the map, the performance was adapted to film. The dance film explores the relationship between movement, music and image, creating a unique and immersive cinematic experience.

Twenty years after the eponymous choreography that put dance company Rosas on the map, the performance was adapted to film. The dance film explores the relationship between movement, music and image, creating a unique and immersive cinematic experience.

A cinematographic adaptation of the 1983 performance of the same name by dance company Rosas, which weaves together architecture, music and movement in a compelling and meticulous way.

A cinematographic adaptation of the 1983 performance of the same name by dance company Rosas, which weaves together architecture, music and movement in a compelling and meticulous way.

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