UPCOMING PROJECTINGEBORGS MANIFESTO
The ambition with INGEBORGS MANIFESTO is to create a female character, a feminine body that speaks with Ingmar Bergman's words.Is new meaning created if the male genius is not male anymore? Will Ingeborg provide the audience the same sense of security, a genius that we trust? How do we listen to Ingmar's words when the sender is someone completely different? How can our play constitute a comment on an ongoing discussion about gender as well as masculine and feminine language?
Writer/director Petra Revenue and Gilda Stillbäck met during the project Mixed Minds in 2018 where they were invited to do collaborative creations together with 6 other female artists. The meeting took place during the "Bergman week" film festival in Fårö/Sweden. Together, the two artists found a seed to grow and during the autumn they designed a pilot for Ingeborg's Manifesto. A project that now finds it´s final format at Trixter, an independent theatre venue in Gothenburg, Sweden. Ingeborgs Manifesto will be premiered in March 2020.
EN LITEN RÖD STUGAA little red hut
Filmmaker Amina Avdìc and Gilda Stillbäck met during the project Mixed Minds in 2018, where they were invited to do collaborative creations together with 6 other female artists. The meeting took place during the "Bergman week" film festival in Fårö/Sweden where Amina and Gilda started an intuitive process. Inspired by Jessica Johannesson, a textile artist also participating in Mixed Minds, Amina and Gilda started filming nature and movements, focusing on hands and details. The work continued during autumn 2018 and in december their short movie "A little red hut" (En liten röd stuga) was premiered at the Stockholm Dance Film Festival.
About "The Bergman week"Every year in June the Bergman center in Fårö, Sweden, organizes a festival called "The Bergman week". During this week Fårö is filled with screenings, performances and lectures related to Ingemar Bergman's work as well as the impact of his legacy in modern artists. It is a well known festival with guests coming from all over the world.
TANGO SUR LES QUAIS
A short film created in collaboration between film director Sofia Norlin and tango dancers Gilda Stillbäck and Lucho Lucero. Filmed in Paris in the autumn of 2017.
Dance: Gilda Stillbäck, Lucho LuceroDirection: Sofia NorlinPhoto: Benjamin ErnyEditing: Agathe Debary, Gilda Stillbäck
SURREAL LOVERSAND THE LOVING DIVAS
A collaborative concert performance created by Gilda Stillbäck, Aloun Marchal and the rock group Surreal Lovers. Commissioned for and performed at the Gothenburg Culture Party 2009.
Choreography & Dance: Gilda Stillbäck, Aloun MarchalMusic: Surreal Lovers / Hanna Chawki, Matti Ollikainen, Pontus Torstensson, Joel Westberg