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Title Katia et Volodia / un film de Dominique Delouche.
Imprint Paris : Les Films du Prieure, 1989.

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Subject Maksimova, Ekaterina.
Vasilʹev, Vladimir Viktorovich, 1940-
Ballet -- Russia (Federation)
Ballet dancers -- Russia (Federation)
Alt Name Delouche, Dominique, 1931-
Maksimova, Ekaterina,
Vasilʹev, Vladimir Viktorovich, 1940-
Vu-An, Eric,
Maurin, Elisabeth,
Wilk, Richard,
Ulanova, Galina Sergeevna, 1910-1998,
Messerer, Asaf, 1903-1992,
Vogel, Daniel,
Dedieu, Isabelle,
Durand, Sophie,
Galli, Pietro, 1804-1877,
Nachon, Angelique,
Nachon, Jean-Claude,
Vlady, Marina, 1938-
Soumireu-Lartigue, Henri,
Feodosieva, Catherine,
Goleĭzovskiĭ, K. (Kasʹi︠a︡n), 1892-1970,
Grigorovich, I︠U︡riĭ Nikolaevich, 1927-
Béjart, Maurice,
Žiuraitis, Algis, 1928-1998,
Container of (work): Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953. Romeo i Dzhulʹetta (Ballet). St︠s︡ena u balkona.
Bolʹshoĭ teatr SSSR. Balet,
Bolʹshoĭ teatr SSSR. Orkestr,
Films du Prieuré (Firm),
Videofilm Goskino (Firm),
SEPT (Television station : France),
Centre national de la cinématographie (France),
Alternate Title Romeo and Juliet (Choreographic work : Lavrovskiĭ)
Add Title Katia and Volodia
Ekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev
Ekaterina Maximova [et] Vladimir Vassiliev
Description 1 online resource (59 min.)
Time 005809
Note Title from resource description page (viewed October 23, 2015).
"English language version"--Container.
"Une coproduction franco-sovietique avec la participation du Centre National de la Cinematographie du Ministere des Affaires Etrangeres (Direction de la communication) de la Cinematheque de la Danse."
"Choreographies de Assaf Messerer (Football), Kassian Goleizovsky (Danse slave / Tchaikovsky), Youri Grigorovitch (Spartacus / Katchaturian), Vladimir Vassiliev (Aniouta / Gavriline), Maurice Bejart (Romeo et Juliette / Berlioz)."
In Russian with either English narration or subtitles in English; some coaching segments in French.
In French.
Performer Ekaterina Maximova, Vladimir Vassiliev, dancers ; avec Eric Vu An, Elisabeth Maurin, etoile de l'Opera de Paris, dancers ; Richard Wilk, de l'Opera, dancer ; et al participation de Galina Oulanova, Assaf Messerer.
Credits Images, Daniel Vogel ; montage, Isabelle Dedieu, Sophie Durand ; piano, Pietro Galli ; musique additionnelle, Angelique et Jean-Claude Nachon ; avec la voix de Marina Vlady ; photographe, Henri Soumireu-Lartigue ; interprete, Catherine Feodosieva.
Note Originally produced in 1990.
Summary A documentary about Ekaterina Maximova and Vladimir Vasiliev, leading dancers with the Bolshoi Ballet, which features extensive performance footage, including excerpts from Romeo & Juliet (both the Prokofiev as well as a production conceived for them by Bejart), Anyuta, Spartacus, etc. They are also seen coaching younger dancers, including Eric Vu An, Assaf Messerer, Elisabeth Maurin, and Richard Wilk.
Dominique Delouche follows the most prestigious couple of the Bolshoi Ballet in rehearsal, on stage, and in its intimate environment. Vladmir Vasiliev and Ekaterina Maximova were together on stage as well as in their private lives. Their outstanding interpretations of Giselle, Don Quixote, Cinderella and The Nutcracker left a mark on the public's mind. Dominique Delouche meets in their intimate environment these two exceptional artists who were elevated, by Fyodor Lopukhov, to the status of "gods of the dance ... A miracle in art, perfection."
Contents Beginnings -- Romeo & Juliet -- Anyuta -- Spartacus -- Faust : (Walpurgisnacht) -- Coaching segments: with Galina Ulanova ; with Eric Vu An ; with Assaf Messerer ; with Elisabeth Maurin ; with Richard Wilk.
OCLC # 929480617

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