Boglárka Börcsök and Andreas Bolm have been collaborating since 2017. They made the documentary film The Art of Movement, a portrait of three over 90-year-old dancers from Budapest. Their performance and video installation Figuring Age, based on the film, was presented at the Moving in November Festival in Helsinki and ImPulsTanz Festival in Vienna, among others, where it received an honourable mention.

 Boglárka Börcsök is a Hungarian performing artist and choreographer based in Berlin. She studied dance at Anton Bruckner Private University in Austria and at P.A.R.T.S. in Belgium. As a performer, she participated in the works of Tino Sehgal at documenta (13), Stedelijk and KIASMA – Contemporary Art Museum. She dances in Joachim Koester’s video works The Place of Dead Roads and Maybe This Act, This Work, This Thing presented in museums worldwide. Börcsök has been performing and collaborating with Eszter Salamon for several years in her acclaimed MONUMENT series shown at RuhrTriennale, Centre Pompidou, Festival d’Avignon, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Tanz im August amongst others. Since 2016, she has been featured in several editions of 20 Dancers for the XX Century by Boris Charmatz/Terrain. Currently, she is touring with Still Not Still, a dance performance created by Ligia Lewis.

 German-Hungarian filmmaker Andreas Bolm is based in Berlin. He studied at the FAMU film school in Prague and in the documentary department of the University of Television and Film in Munich. His films have been screened at numerous renowned festivals worldwide. His short film Jaba was premiered at the 59th Festival de Cannes and was awarded for best documentary at the Zinebi film festival in Bilbao. As part of the prestigious Cinéfondation Residence Festival de Cannes fellowship. Bolm developed his first feature-length film Die Wiedergänger, which premiered at the 63th Berlinale in the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section and was presented at MoMa in New York. In 2016, Bolm directed his second feature-length film Le Juge, starring French actor and film director Jacques Nolot. In 2018, he completed the short documentary Mein Letztes Video featuring the upcoming YouTuber Anton “Reyst”. Bolm’s films portray people in their social and familial environments, examining the fine line between documentary and fiction.