My Madness is My Love: Impressions of Vaslav Nijinsky
The Arts in Focus • 58m
A film based on ‘The Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky’. All of the text coming from a most sensitive artist genius who, being confronted with the horrors of war, betrayal, and inhumanity of society, - could no longer exist as the person he had been.
Based on ‘the Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky’
Choreography: Jorma Elo
Dancers: Jorma Elo, Vaclav Kines, Nancy Euverink, Andrea Schermoly, Valentina Scaglia, Lukas Timulak
Actors: Joseph Fiennes, Kari Heiskanen
Written/Directed/Editor: Joe Davidow
Cinematography: Tahvo Hirvonen
Graphics: Pentti Kakkori, Tanja Bastimov
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