Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema, SansSouciFest.org

Main Screen • Thursday, 14 May 2015, at 7:00 PM

Frame from Fall Off the Bone

Fall Off the Bone, 2012, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Patrizia Herminjard
Choreography and dancing by Adam Dickerson, Dolo McComb
Music by Adam Stone
Filmmaker: Patrizia Herminjard
Quirky and tense, this duet is filmed in the ashes of the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire.

höfn/harbor, 2010, Iceland / UK, 2 min

Produced and Directed by Ingi Jensson and Heike Salzer
Choreography by Heike Salzer
Featuring Salts
Dancing by Saga Sigurðardóttir
Music composed by Bjarni Guðmundsson
Cinematography by Sigurður Þorfinnur Einarsson
Edited by Heike Salzer
Dance Improvisation by Saga Sigurðardóttir
Anything can be turned into a duet partner - even this yellow structure at Reykjavik's harbor.
Frame from Lost Ambulation

Lost Ambulation, 2012, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Danielle Short
Choreography and dancing by Sarah Reynolds
Filmmaker: Danielle Short
Experimental cinematic elements create a choreographic flow that enhances the constrained human movement in this dreamscape.

Elon + Emmanuelle, 2012, USA, 7 min

Directed by Natalie Galazka
Produced by Natalie Galazka & Melissa C. O'Brien
Choreography and dancing by Elon Höglund & Emmanuelle Lê Phan
Music by Garth Stevenson
Cinematography by Melissa C. O'Brien
Edited by Ross Baldisserotto
Charmed dancers observe their own duet in a magical street art fantasy.

Advance, 2010, USA, 3 min

Directed by Mitchell Rose
Produced by Jamey Hampton, Ashley Roland, Mitchell Rose
Choreography and dancing by Jamey Hampton, Ashley Roland
Featuring BodyVox
Music composed by William Goodrum
Filmmaker: Mitchell Rose
One dance. Two minutes. Fifty locations.

OF THE HEART, 2007, USA, 6 min

Produced by Douglas Rosenberg
Choreography and dancing by David Dorfman and Lisa Race
Music composed by Arvo Part
"Of The Heart" is a tender and moving duet for the camera that slowly unfolds in a windblown field in late fall. The film speaks of longing and desire and is a richly metaphoric movement portrait. The performance by Dorfman and Race is heartfelt and honest, stripped to its emotional core.

strönd/beach, 2010, Iceland / Denmark / UK, 1 min

Produced and Directed by Ingi Jensson and Heike Salzer
Choreography by Heike Salzer
Featuring Salts
Dancing by Saga Sigurðardóttir and Søren Linding Urup
Music composed by Michael Greig
Cinematography by Sigurður Þorfinnur Einarsson
Edited by Heike Salzer
Dance Improvisation by Saga Sigurðardóttir and Søren Linding Urup
Tall grasses form the common mise-en-scène for dancers on separate beaches, one in Iceland and one in Denmark. The two dances are edited into a single piece.
Frame from Off Ground

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.
Frame from are you for real?

are you for real?, 2006, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Cari Ann Shim Sham* and Kyle Ruddick
Choreography and dancing by Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Music by Low in the Sky
"are you for real?" explores the politics of a workingwoman through surrealistic imagery and organic movement. The film exposes the naked body as a moving art form. The film addresses how the heavy American workload and pace of life can literally affect, take over, and cover the physical being.

Rolling Viewing • Thursday, 14 May 2015, noon to 6:00 PM

Outside in, 2011, Sweden, 10 min

Directed by Tove Skeidsvoll & Petrus Sjövik
Produced by Annelie Gardell
Choreography and dancing by Tover Skeidsvoll
Music by Johannes Burström
Cinematography by Petrus Sjövik
Edited by Nils Moström
Introspectively filmed by an intrusive crew, Cecilia dances inside a forest inside a studio.

The Time it Takes, 2013, UK, 11 min

Produced and Directed by Katrina McPherson & Simon Fildes
Choreography and dancing by Rosalind Masson, Simon Ellis, Dai Jian
Music by David Lintern & James Weaver
Cinematography by Katrina McPherson
Edited by Simon Fildes
Dubbing mix by John Cobban
1st A.D. & digital workflow by Sabine Klaus
Screendance extraordinaire