“All That Jazz” 35th Anniversary Screening at the Dance on Camera Festival

On February 1st All That Jazz was screened as part of the Dance on Camera Film Festival 2015 a co-presentation with Dance Films Association and the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
 
The film screening included a panel discussion with assistant choreographer Gene Foote, Nicole Fosse, and two dancers from the film: Eileen Casey and Candace Tovar.

All-That-Jazz-Lrg“Bob Fosse’s film both celebrates show business and strips it of its glitter, glamour and all that jazz.” Winner of 4 Academy Awards and voted a Palm d’Or (Best Picture) at the Cannes Film Festival 1980 ROY SCHEIDER in

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“It’s showtime, folks!” That’s the refrain of anxiety-ridden and unhealthfully driven choreographer Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider) at the center of Fosse’s semi-autobiographical musical extravaganza, also featuring star turns by Ann Reinking, Ben Vereen, and Jessica Lange. Scheider is never less than captivating in his portrayal of Gideon, a complicated figure not so secretly patterned after Fosse himself. Long out of circulation, the Oscar-winning tour de force is back on the big screen after a 15-year 4K digital restoration by The Film Foundation.

Gene Foote, Eileen Casey, Nicole Fosse, and Candace Tovar photo credit: Dance Films Association

Gene Foote, Eileen Casey, Nicole Fosse, and Candace Tovar
photo credit: Dance Films Association

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Bob Fosse “All That Jazz” film dance scenes, 1979

Tonight there will be an All That Jazz screening as part of the Dance on Camera Film Festival 2015 at Lincoln Center, Walter Reade Theater: 165 West 65th Street. Running approximately 123 minutes, 1979 wide release.

eight dance scenes, original All THAT JAZZ film lobby cards.

“Bye Bye Life” Choreographer Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider)

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Bob Fosse “Life as a Long Rehearsal” American Film, 1979

American Film | Magazine of the Film and Television Arts | November 1979
Bob Fosse’s All That Jazz: A Life As Extravaganza

“Bob Fosse’s All That Jazz is a confessional, hallucinatory extravaganza.  Here is his candid assessment of frenetic life in film and theater.” Continue reading