Screening A: Friday, 24 May at 20:00
Ordinary Place, 2018, Brazil, 2 min
Directed by Pedro Krull
Produced by Bagaceira
Choreography by Claudemir Santos
Featuring CEPEC AL
Dancing by Aldine de Souza, Claudemir Santos, Fayonnir Cabral, Tauan Pita
Music composed by Paul Desmond
Music performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Cinematography by Pedro Krull, Joaddan Campos, Octávio Lemos
Edited by Pedro Krull
Ordinary Place is a variable between time and space. The place you occupy is not the same as the others. But with the advent of time, the place blends so much so that the one who occupies will not be you. The time shifts and the place is yours again. Ordinary Place, different people.
Apariciones | Apparitions, 2018, United States, 12 min
Directed by Carolina Caycedo
Choreography by Marina Magalhães
Dancing by Marina Magalhães, Bianca Medina, Isis Avalos, Samad Raheem Guerr, Natali Micciche, José Richard Aviles, Celeste Tavares
Edited by Carolina Caycedo
Videographer by David de Rozas
Apariciones/Apparitions depicts ghost-like dancers inhabiting the historic Los Angeles landmark, The Huntington Library. Choreographed by dance artist Marina Magalhães and directed by visual artist Carolina Caycedo, the piece is centered on brown, black, and queer bodies haunting The Huntington’s iconic and traditional spaces -- such as the sweeping sculpture-lined North Vista lawn and the rare book reading room in the Library building -- in sensuous movements informed by the spiritual rituals of an Afro-Brazilian deity, Oxúm. The gaze of the dancers, or phantoms, holds the viewer accountable, something that is too often missing from history and art. "
MIRA, 2018, Brazil, 7 min
Directed by Inês Bogéa, Luciano Cury
Produced by João Marcello Bôscoli
Choreography by Milton Coatti
Featuring São Paulo Companhia de Dança
Dancing by Ammanda Rosa, Ana Paula Camargo, Ana Roberta Teixeira, André Grippi, Beatriz Hack, Daniel Reca, Geivison Moreira, Letícia Forattini, Luiza Yuk, Matheus Queiroz, Michelle Molina, Nielson Souza, Otávio Portela, Renata Peraso e Vinícius Vi |TRUNCATED...
Music composed by Winter 3, Max Richter Recomposed (Vivaldi - The Four seasons)
Music performed by Max Richter, Daniel Hope
Mira was conceived from the possibility of being assisted in 360 degrees, bringing the viewer into the choreography in an immersive sensory experience. It is a new perception about the look at dance, which puts the audience as an integral part of the work. The name refers to the star Mira, a red giant of the brightest of the constellation Cetus, that changes the appearance of significant form in cycles of 304 to 353 days. It also refers to the verb ""mirar"", from the Latin ""miro"", which means to see, to look with astonishment or intensely or long in the distance, to admire.
Run, 2018, Brazil, 4 min
Directed by Diogo Angeli
Produced by Cia Eclipse Cultura e Arte
Choreography by Ricardo Cardoso (Kico Brown)
Featuring Cia Eclipse Cultura e Arte
Dancing by Bruno Estevam, Daniel Victor, Hiago Ramos, Maicon Fidelis (Mk Buck), Marina Vieira Farias, Renan Augusto, Valdir Senhorinho, Wagner Pereira (Quepee), Wagner Silva (DeadBuck), Willian Bispo (Kiko), William Santos (Negresco Eclipse)
Music composed by O Guarani Maestro Carlos Gomes versão Família Lima (Overture)
Cinematography by Jurssa Santos e Diogo Angeli
Edited by Diogo Angeli
This artistic work flows in the sense of breaking paradigms from the classic romantic to the contemporary urban. The urban culture, the modern young man, mixing and interacting intimately with the work of Carlos Gomes, transcending the feeling and living every moment, exhaling music through the pores of the interpreters, making the popular-classic and popular-classic, bringing expressions which are almost always distanced by (pre) concepts.
The project, in addition to a performance for the Italian stage, also features 5 videodances, with singular looks on the life and work of Maestro Carlos Gomes and overlaps embedded in the bodies of the urban dancers of Cia Eclipse Cultura e Arte.
Awarded PROAC Circulation Dance 2017, Secretary State of Culture
Homage to Maestro Carlos Gomes, with excerpts from his operas.
Half Ousted, 2014, Brazil, 7 min
Directed by Lucas Alves, Michael Maia, Patrícia Meireles, Juliana Carvalho, Franco da Silveira
Produced by Jonathan Bahauss
Choreography and dancing by Jonathan Bahauss and Marina Lehmann
Music by Max Lehmann and Portishead
Edited by Lucas Alves, Michael Maia and Patricia Meireles
Artistic Director by Juliana Silveira
Project Coordinators by Juliana Silveira and Mariana Procópio
Half Ousted is anchored in the notion of conflict to create a dramaturgy in which the affective relations present themselves as the main scenic element. The sensations of absence, search, solitude, encounter, hesitation and separation constitute a set of affections that intermediate the junction and the distance between the bodies. The scenographic space, a disused power plant and its machinery – settles into the scene as an environment charged with a dramatic atmosphere that composes and accentuates the density of the scenic action.
DYNAMITE, 2018, United States, 7 min
Directed by Leila Jarman
Choreography and dancing by Maceo Paisley
Music by Michael Sempert
Cinematography by Ariel Pomerantz
Edited by Leila Jarman
A short, poetic performance art/dance film that investigates gender and masculinity --more specifically the American black male experience-- through embodied inquiry to find spaces where identity exists between and in opposition to social constructs. This film guides us through narrative incorporating movement, spoken word, and chant, as it uncover truths about race, gender, and success in an ever-changing social landscape.
Feminicide, 2018, Brazil, 6 min
Directed by Guilherme Pinheiro
Produced by Kleber Pessolato
Choreography by Jonathan dos Santos
Featuring Galeria Produções
Dancing by Luiza Yuk e Pablo Octávio
Music composed by Cold War Echo
Music performed by Kai Engel
Filmmaker: Guilherme Pinheiro
In 2015, the Law of Feminicide was sanctioned in Brazil, which ranks 7th among the most violent for women.
This video aims to raise awareness and give voice to women who have been silent for a long time by fear.
More, 2013, USA, 6 min
Directed by Daniel Beahm and Erika Randall Beahm
Produced by Teahm Beahm
Choreography and dancing by Erika Randall
Music composed by Jonas Bendsen
Cinematography by Daniel Beahm
Edited by Jonas Bendsen
Costume by Markas Henry
Pressures of "producing" take on new meaning after pumping milk between power meetings in airplane bathrooms and gas station stalls.
Martiality, Not Fighting, 2012, China, 11 min
Directed by Marianne M. Kim & Cheng-Chieh Yu
Produced by Siu-Fai Pun & Raymond Wong
Choreography by Cheng-Chieh Yu
Featuring Guangdong Modern Dance Company
Music by Christian Fredrickson
Filmmaker: Marianne M. Kim
Combining movement idioms of postmodern dance and the martial arts culture of "Ba Gua Zhang," a young Chinese dancer forsakes violence in recognition of vital exchange and kinetic empathy.
Juliet, Juliet & Juliet, 2017, Sweden, 9 min
Directed by Giovanni Bucchieri
Produced by Isabella Rodriguez
Choreography by Giovanni Bucchieri
Dancing by Ana Laguna, Stina Ekblad, Giovanni Bucchieri
Music by Stefan Levin
Cinematography by Kristoffer Jönsson
Edited by Viktor Skogqvist
Dancer Ana Laguna, actress Stina Ekblad, and choreographer/director Giovanni Bucchieri join forces in this expressive story about an unexpected meeting.
Chimera, 2016, France, 2 min
Directed by Steven Briand
Produced by Vast Be Mess
Choreography by Cathy Ematchoua
Featuring Cathy Ematchoua
Dancing by Aliaska HILSUM, Leonore ZURFLUH, Hajiba FAHMY, Dalila Cortes.
Music by Phazz
Cinematography by Kaname Onoyama
Edited by Nadir Cassim
Inspired by Greek mythology, the Chimera features acrobatic dance performances and highly aesthetic kaleidoscopic movements.
Off Ground, 2013, The Netherlands, 12 min
Directed by Boudewijn Koole
Produced by Iris Lammertsma
Choreography by Jakop Ahlbom
Featuring Jakop Ahlbom
Dancing by Louise Lecavalier, Antoine Masson
Music composed by Alex Simu
Cinematography by Melle van Essen
Edited by Boudewijn Koole
Woman and boy, table and chair, wall and water - a simple, powerful duet.