YAG: The Movie

In Ohad Naharin’s first adaptation for the screen the stage disappears and is now replaced by the frame. An emotionally charged piece for six dancers about longing and the love of dance.

“Love of dancing, longing, transformation of emotions into pure movement, dancers infusing content I have not written, refinement and exaggeration, family, touch, texture, flow, laughter at oneself , death, time, body, passion, imagination, music, nudity, Hamutz-Hamutz, fortune cookies, red, groove, control, pleasure, giving up.” —Ohad Naharin

Viewing Details: This digital screening is available to stream between May 14, 5:00 PM – May 23, 11:59 PM, 2021

Feature Short

Composure short film, Matan Cohen, Batsheva

(Israel, 2021) 6:37 minutes
Director/Choreographer: Matan Arie Cohen

A dance film dealing with the dark side of genius and the mind of the archetypal mad artist. Director/Choreographer Matan Arie Cohen is based in Tel Aviv and dances with Batsheva Dance Company.


May 14–May 23, 2021​

Ticket Price: $9.99

Available for viewing in California only

Director: Ohad Naharin​

Choreographer: Ohad Naharin

(Israel, 2020) 46 minutes

Live Performance Capture