Would any filter help?
Not really. Then again.... if you have a DSLR and you have a split neutral density filter (half clear/half 2 f-stop ND filter http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/5 ... uated.html
) you could rotate the ND part of the filter on the lens over the orange flames to reduce their impact on the film/sensor. This would give a more realistic dynamic range to the scene but it would require a little effort to work properly. But it could be done provided the blue ladies were dancing evenly above a horizontal
layer of orange coals.
In a black and white image you could use a blue filter to pass that spectrum of light to the film/sensor... but wouldn't that defeat the original intent?