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Special Screening

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Song of Songs

Douglas Rosenberg

6 to 10 December

Monday to Friday from 3pm to 7pm

(Except national holidays)


A deep personal evocation of the erotic prose poem with the same name that appears in the Old Testament. Shot in black and white with an original cello score, it evokes a cinematic space that is contemplative and austere. Song of Songs turns the ritual into art to perform; to be enchanted, involved and wrapped in the sublime, the imagined and the familiar.

Thanks to Pro.Dança

Free Entrance


Cisterna FBAUL 

Largo da Academia Nacional de Belas Artes 4, 1249-058 Lisboa

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Douglas Rosenberg’s work in video and video installation has been shown both in the United States and internationally in museums, galleries, on public television and in festivals around the world. Douglas Rosenberg has been a resident artist at The Institute for Studies in The Arts, Bates Dance Festival, and the International Festival of Video Dance in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and his writing on dance for the camera has been published in journals including LEONARDO. He was the Director of the American Dance

Festival’s video archival program for over a decade and continues to direct ADF’s Dancing for the Camera Festival.

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