Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema,

Atlas Program, 2010

Atlas Center for Media, Arts and Performance directions
University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, USA

Friday & Saturday, September 10 & 11, 2010
Different programs at each screening:
Click to see the Detail Program.
Postcard with screen capture from "Persecution" (2009), by John T. Williams
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Support: Sans Souci has received support in the form of an Addison mini-Grant from Boulder Country Arts Alliance.
Boulder Country Arts Alliance - BCAA

Short films and live performance, Friday, Sept. 10, 7:30 PM

photo by Trish Simonite
photo by Trish Simonite

Palimpsest, 2010, USA, includes live performance, 12 min

Directed by Susanna Morrow
Produced by Ana Baer Carrillo
Choreography and Dancing by Susanna Morrow
Filmmaker: Ana Baer Carrillo
A woman preoccupied with perfection attempts to learn from her mistakes by taking copious notes.
Frame from Body/Traces

Body/Traces, 2009, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 7 min

Produced and Directed by Sophie Kahn & Lisa Parra
Choreography by Lisa Parra
Dancing by Lisa Parra and Tina Vasquez
Music Composed by Sawako Kato
Edited by Lisa Parra & Silvia Zaya Serra
New media artist & 3D animation by Sophie Kahn
3D scanning by David Barrett-Kahn
Made with a DIY 3D laser scanner, this stop-motion animation asks the question: what happens to the body in motion when it is made into a still image and then re-animated into the motion from whence it came?
Frame from Persecution

Persecution, 2009, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by John T. Williams
Choreography by Yannis Adoniou
Dancing by Justin Andrews, Marina Fukushima
Music Composed by Richard Zarou (Music Arrangement)
Cinematography by James Tucker
Edited by John T. Williams
In this abstract film, symbols, words, and abusive phrases wash over the bodies of flowing dancers as they drift through a world of intolerance.
Frame from Passing Through

Passing Through, 2009, USA, 4 min

Produced by Michelle Ellsworth
Choreography by Toby Hankin
Dancing by Kelsey Chilton, Esmeralda Kundanis-Grow, Joy French, Cortney McGuire, Michael Richman and Stephanie Kobes
Cinematography by Robert Schaller
Edited by Hamel Bloom
Humans passing through each others' lives is portrayed with movement and overlay.
Screen capture from Duet

Duet, 2009, Istanbul, Devon, Turkey, 2 min

Directed by Anthony Askew, Ellen Pillow
Choreography and Dancing by Ellen Pillow
Music by Anthony Askew
Cinematography by Anthony Askew
Edited by Anthony Askew, Ellen Pillow
This playful manipulation of body image and time highlights the aesthetics of developing bodily movements and the body's integral relationship with environment. Filmed in Scotland.
photo by Margaret Williams
photo by Margaret Williams

Veterans, 2008, USA, 17 min

Directed by Margaret Williams
Produced by Victoria Marks
Choreography by Victoria Marks
Dancing by Manuel Flores, Aaron McCollum, John Tingley, Cidkyee Williams, Felton Lee Williams
Music Composed by Jeremy Cox
Music Performed by Jeremy Cox, Nigel Hoyle
Filmmaker: Margaret Williams
Production Assistance by Ellen Bromberg & Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Temporarily emerging from solitary battles of isolation, dislocation, and memory, five US war veterans converge in a quiet alley and join in a ritual re-enactment of combat.
Frame from The Breath We Left

The Breath We Left, 2009, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Tara Rynders
Choreography and Dancing by Tara Rynders
Music Composed by Sigur Ros [edited]
Filmmaker: Tara Rynders
I find comfort in your warmth and your texture in my hands and feet. I reach into my pockets and search for the breath we left. I look back only to see the future swept up by the current and I am again alone. Forced to face myself I have a choice. I am here and I am there - searching. . .
Frame from An Imp in the City

The Imp in the City, 2010, Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2 min

Produced and Directed by Dawn Westlake
Choreography and Dancing by Marc Carrizo
Music by Gregory Johnson
Cinematography by Dawn Westlake
Edited by Gregory Johnson
Having just lost his mother to lung cancer, 15-year-old Marc Carrizo breakdances in his Barcelona neighborhood. This film is dedicated to her.
photo by Project Photographer: Keira Heu-Jwyn Chang
photo by Project Photographer: Keira Heu-Jwyn Chang

water burns sun, 2009, USA, 7 min

Produced and Directed by Petra Kuppers
Choreography by Petra Kuppers
Featuring The Olimpias
Dancing by Neil Marcus, Mayuko Abaye, Eboni Hawkins, Leslie Schickel
Music by Dax Pearson
Cinematography by Lissa Ivy Tiegel
Edited by Sadie Wilcox
This Butoh dancevideo sheds light on skin, water, ghosts and the meanings of 'cripple'. An Olimpias Disability Culture Production.


Directed by Marta Renzi
Produced by And Dancers, Inc.
Choreography by Marta Renzi
Featuring And Dancers, Inc.
Dancing by Leonides Arpon and Mica Bernas
Music Composed by Lila Downs and Paul Cohen
Music Performed by Lila Downs and Ixaya Mazatzin Tleyotl
Cinematography by Jake Goldwasser
Edited by Jake Goldwasser and Marta Renzi
A man and a woman meet after-hours in an empty bar. Suddenly, a fusion of ranchera and jazz, all is teeth and tongues - not your usual valentine.
Frame from She

She, 2009, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Kathy Rose
Choreography by Kathy Rose
Dancing by Kathy Rose, Chi Kit Tso
Music Composed by C.P. Roth
Filmmaker: Kathy Rose
An insectoid fantasy with an indio/arachnid sound track, this piece was originally created as a live performance and then re-interpreted as a video.
Frame from January

January, 2009, USA, 4 min

Choreography and Dancing by Rachael Lincoln
Music by Low in the Sky
Edited by Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Concept by RJ Muna and Rachael Lincoln
Set and Videography by RJ Muna
Within real and imagined confines of winter, with chalk dust as snow, a woman follows her mind's small agitations as she meditates on the passage of time.
Frame from dis.appear

dis.appear, 2010, USA, 5 min

Produced and Directed by Beth Portnoy
Choreography and Dancing by Beth Portnoy
Music by Caroline Shaw
Filmmaker: Beth Portnoy
what exists when everything you know disappears?
photo by Mauereen Lopez
photo by Mauereen Lopez

After the Water the Clouds, 2009, san francisco, california, USA, 10 min

Produced and Directed by Carmen Rozestraten
Choreography by Carmen Rozestraten
Featuring Carmen Rozestraten
Dancing by Maureen Lopez, Carlos Fuentes, Anna Tejera
Music by Toni Marti
Cinematography by Enric Miro
Edited by Jennifer Chinlund
Playful and poetic voyage of a young Catalan woman whose world becomes more and more surreal as she encounters mythical and unusual characters.
Frame from Let's Dance

Let's Dance, 2010, USA, 2 min

Produced and Directed by Malia Bruker, Oscar Molina
Choreography and Dancing by Eun Jung Choi, Guillermo Ortega Tanus
Featuring Da Da Dance Project
Music Composed by Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
Music Performed by Miles Davis and the Lighthouse All-Stars
Filmmaker: Malia Bruker, Oscar Molina
"Let's Dance" is a sensual black and white film that captures the relief that dance provides in everyday life.

Documentaries in the Black Box Theatre, Saturday, Sept. 11, 1 PM

Frame from Gotta Move: Women In Tap

Gotta Move: Women In Tap, 2010, USA, 44 min

Directed by Lynn Dally
Produced by Lynn Dally & Gayle Hooks
Dancing by Chloe Arnold, Brenda Bufalino, Heather Cornell, Michelle Dorrance, Barbara Duffy, Acia Gray, Deborah Mitchell, Linda Sohl-Ellison, Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards, Dianne Walker, Josette Wiggan
Cinematography by John Bishop
Edited by Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Music Director by Jerry Kalaf
For the first time ever, five generations of women, recognized as leaders in the renaissance of tap, come together to dance, share stories, talk tap, and celebrate. "Gotta Move" chronicles the weekend.
Poster for Dancing the Big Apple 1937
Poster for Dancing the Big Apple 1937

Dancing the Big Apple 1937, 2009, USA, 29 min

Directed by Judy Pritchett
Produced by Dancetime Publications
Choreography by Traditional plus Frankie Manning
Featuring Regular folks plus Whitey's Lindy Hoppers
Dancing by Regular folks plus Frankie Manning, Norma Miller, Leon James, George Grenidge et al
Music Composed by Various big band swing standards
Music Performed by George Gee Orchestra, Solomon Douglas Big Band
Cinematography by Historic footage
Edited by Stuart Math, Jocelyn Hassenfeld
The Big Apple was a popular dance craze in 1937. This film examines its spread, its origins in the African-American community of Columbia SC, and its roots in African and African-American tradition.
Frame from The rising sun

The Rising Sun, 2008, several, 74 min

Produced and Directed by Fabian Kimoto
Choreography by roc kidz crew
Featuring roc kidz crew
Dancing by Aspirante Massimo, mengis navid, fikri gören, julia kimoto, sezai coban, roman nüesch, benny kimoto
Music Composed by deniz khan, dai kimoto, nappion, ....
Filmmaker: fabian kimoto
The Roc Kidz Crew, a group of young dancers began by breakdancing in the streets of European cities and has become one of the most well-known dance groups on the hip hop scene. This film conveys the viral enthusiasm and joie de vivre - transcending all classes, nationalities and skin colours - that these artists have been able to generate through their love for dance, music and freedom.

Documentaries in Room 342, Saturday, Sept. 11, 1 PM

photo by Ross Riege
photo by Ross Riege

SAND, 2010, USA, 10 min

Produced by Kyle Ruddick, Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Choreography by Kenji Igus, Darrow Igus & Cari Ann Shim*
Dancing by Darrow and Kenji Igus
Cinematography by DP-Ross Riege, additional by Phillip Abrams & Kyle Ruddick
Edited by Cari Ann Shim Sham*
Sound Design by T.K. Broderick
"Sand," a short experimental dance-for-camera documentary, tells the story of sand dance as it is passed down from father to son.
Frame from Living-room dancers

Living-room dancers, 2009, Switzerland, 23 min

Directed by Bastien Genoux
Produced by Cie Nicole Seiler /Le Flair
Choreography by Nicole Seiler
Dancing by Laurent Bortolotti, Coralie, Estelle Durr, Cinzia Ferrazzo, Cleudes Pannatier, Océane Pannatier, Tadeo Piana, Werner Schwab, Stellektro, Dominique Vannod
The passion of several non-professional dancers is portrayed with a sometimes voyeuristic eye as they tap, electro-dance, couple dance, improvise, or pole dance...
photo by Joerg Jeshel
photo by Joerg Jeshel

Passion - Last Stop Kinshasa, 2009, Berlin, Germany, 90 min

Directed by Joerg Jeshel & Brigitte Kramer
Produced by Brigitte Kramer
Choreography by Alain Platel
Featuring Les ballets C de la B
Dancing by Lisi Estaras, Quang
Music Composed by Fabrizio Cassol
Music Performed by Aka Moon and Fabrizio Cassol
Cinematography by Joerg Jeshel & Michael Boomers
Edited by Stéphan Talneau
Jesus played by Serge Kakudji
Maria played by Melissa Givens
Having performed "pitié!" more than 100 times on tour, Alain Platel and his company, Les ballets C de la B, mount the very last show in Kinshasa, capital of Democratic Republic of Congo. "Passion - Last Stop Kinshasa" not only documents that performance, but is a reflection on dance, classical music, and difficult political surroundings.
Frame from 15 Days of Dance: 'The Making of Ghost Light'

15 Days of Dance: 'The Making of Ghost Light', 2010, USA, 69 min

Produced and Directed by Elliot Caplan
Choreography by Brian Reeder
Featuring ABTII
Dancing by Aria Alekzander, Roddy Doble, Joseph Gorak, Jose Sebastian, Mary Mills Thomas, Yannick Bittencourt, Owen Gaj, Ty Gurfein, Devon Teuscher, Faye Hideko Warren, Katherine Williams
Music Composed by Aaron Copland
Music Performed by Leonard Bernstein
Cinematography by Elliot Caplan / Donald DuBois
Edited by Donald DuBois
Post Production by Yarden Yanover
This film documents, day-by-day, the making of a new ballet.

Saturday Afternoon ScreenDance, Sept. 11, 4 PM

Frame from North Horizon

North Horizon, 2010, Finland, 22 min

Directed by Thomas Freundlich & Valtteri Raekallio
Produced by Holy Polarbear Productions
Choreography and Dancing by Thomas Freundlich & Valtteri Raekallio
Music by Sputnikburg
Filmmaker: Thomas Freundlich & Valtteri Raekallio
"North Horizon" explores the enormous contrasts of scale between the moving human body and the beautiful, seemingly still, boundless Arctic landscape. Shot on location in Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway.
Frame from Domestic Animals #1

Domestic Animals #1, 2009, San Francisco, CA, USA, 6 min

Directed by Erin Mei-Ling Stuart
Choreography by Erin Mei-Ling Stuart
Featuring EmSpace Dance
Dancing by Blane Ashby, Julie Sheetz
Music by Scott Simon
Cinematography by Thomas Boyles & Erin Mei-Ling Stuart
Edited by Erin Mei-Ling Stuart
A couple turns breakfast into a battle of passive-aggressive one-upsmanship.
Frame from The Moment of Live

The Movement of Live, 2009, Spain, 3 min

Directed by Fátima Tocornal
Produced by ob-art produccions, S.L.
Choreography and Dancing by Maria Stoyanova & Tania Atanassova
Music Composed by Guillem Pascual
Cinematography by Fátima Tocornal
Edited by Albert Zapater Bonet
Complex strategies give the vital pulse its form.
Frame from An Ant

An Ant, 2010, Finland, 24 min

Produced and Directed by Kimmo Alakunnas
Choreography by Kimmo Alakunnas
Dancing by Kimmo Alakunnas, Jaakko Nieminen
Music Composed by Marko Ahokangas
Cinematography by David Berg
Edited by Tiina Aarniala, Kimmo Alakunnas
Funding by Theatre Academy Helsinki
A workaholic Man begins to lose his sense of reality; he and his co-worker fall into imaginary worlds from which it is almost impossible to escape. Through dance and movement, "An Ant" exposes the inability to give and receive love and to distinguish right from wrong.
Frame from no

no, 2010, USA, 2 min

Produced and Directed by Michelle Ellsworth
Choreography and Dancing by Michelle Ellsworth
Filmmaker: Michelle Ellsworth
"no" is an experiment in negative listening. Shot at the Beecher Island Battlefield near Wray, Colorado.
photo by ana baer
photo by ana baer

Le Jardinier de la Gafferie, 2010, USA, 7 min

Directed by Nancy Spanier, Ana Baer
Produced by Performance Inventions
Choreography by Nancy Spanier - Paul Oertel
Dancing by Paul Oertel
Music by Anthony Salvo
Filmmaker: Ana Baer Carrillo
Music designed by Xavier Hirissou
"Le Jardinier de la Gafferie" takes a gentle look at a typical day in the life of an atypical gardener and asks the question: If one's passion is one's garden, what happens when the garden is no longer enough to whet one's passion? Filmed in the Dordogne region of southwestern France.
Frame from Vesper

Vesper, 2009, Brooklyn, New York, USA, 15 min

Produced and Directed by Brock Labrenz
Choreography by Stuart Loungway & Brock Labrenz
Featuring Terra Firma Dance Theatre
Dancing by Lester Badenoch, Rosalina Chann, Brittany Fridenstine-Keefe, Lydia Haug, Matthew Keefe, Jonathan Royse Windham
Music Composed by Brian McKenna
Cinematography by Bliss Holloway
Edited by Brock Labrenz
Costumes by Cathy Hazard
"Vesper" takes the audience on a journey through a futuristic dance landscape where the cinematic elements and heightened physicality work in tandem to weave a tapestry of tonality ripe with reflection and interpersonal growth.

Short films and live performance, Saturday, Sept. 11, 7:30 PM

photo by Trish Simonite
photo by Trish Simonite

Palimpsest, 2010, USA, includes live performance, 12 min

Directed by Susanna Morrow
Produced by Ana Baer Carrillo
Choreography and Dancing by Susanna Morrow
Filmmaker: Ana Baer Carrillo
A woman preoccupied with perfection attempts to learn from her mistakes by taking copious notes.
photo by Angela Crawley
photo by Angela Crawley

Stronger (excerpt from White Caps), 2010, Bristol, Avon, UK, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Wilkie Branson
Choreography by Champloo Dance Company
Dancing by Wilkie Branson, Joel Daniel
Music by Phil King
Cinematography by Rob Saunders
Edited by Wilkie Branson
Commissioned by Theatre Bristol, Bristol Old Vic
Two companions embark on a b-boying adventure up a wooded mountain, finding jubilance and strength in the experience.
Frame from Plastic Ballad

Plastic Ballad, 2009, USA, 3 min

Directed by Mara Tasker and Esmeralda Kundanis-Grow
Produced by Mara Tasker
Choreography and Dancing by Esmeralda Kundanis-Grow
Music Composed by Hamster Theatre
Cinematography by Mara Tasker
Edited by Mara Tasker and Esmeralda Kundanis-Grow
Ink, color and assorted mediums provide textures which parade playfully upon the surface layer, engaging in a ballad of abstract conversations between figure and ink. With the cinematic influences of Bruce Conner and dance influences of Loie Fuller, "Plastic Ballad" abstracts the movements of the human form beyond recognition.

Fragility, 2009, USA, 6 min

Directed by ana baer
Produced by ana baer carrillo
Choreography by kim olson
Featuring sweet edge
Dancing by kim olson, patrick mueller
Music Composed by barry adamson
Filmmaker: ana baer carrillo
A couple grasps for intimacy in a bleak urban landscape, emerging from and collapsing into codependency.

Binary Form, 2009, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK, 2 min

Directed by Chirstinn Whyte
Choreography and Dancing by Chirstinn Whyte
Featuring Shiftwork
Cinematography by Jake Messenger
Edited by Chirstinn Whyte
Short sequences of improvised movement are reduced to a binary form. The resulting frames are animated by sequence replication with the Apple Motion application.
Frame from 5 Cuts

5 Cuts, 2010, USA, 4 min

Directed by Joy French and Stephanie Tuley
Produced by Joy French
Choreography and Dancing by Stephanie Tuley
Music Composed by Antonín Dvořák
Music Performed by Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra and Ivan Zenaty
Filmmaker: Joy French
It takes five cuts to make an apple pie; the angst and ritual of these five cuts are explored in this intense kitchen drama.
Frame from Negative Presence

NEGATIVE PRESENCE, 2009, Spain, 3 min

Produced and Directed by Patrick Wilen for xartcollection®
Choreography and Dancing by Maria Stoyanova
Music Composed by Patrick Wilen
Filmmaker: Patrick Wilen
Maria Stoyanova improvises freely on "Madame de Sade" by Yukio Mishima. The Marquis, who remains off-stage throughout the play, is seen entirely through the eyes of his wife. This absence is the "NEGATIVE PRESENCE".
photo by Martin Klemik
photo by Martin Klemik

Puddle Song, 2009, Oakland, CA, USA, 3 min

Directed by Teresa Brazen
Produced by Michele Stewart
Choreography and Dancing by Jenni Bregman
Music Composed by Brandon Hopp
Cinematography by Martin Klemik, Brandon Hopp
Edited by Brandon Hopp
Lighting by Rich Wells
Observation by Leila Banijamali
A young woman happens upon a puddle that makes a strange sound. This film explores play and its loss in adulthood.
Frame from 1/6

1/6, 2009, Switzerland, 16 min

Directed by Orsola Valenti
Produced by Cie Greffe
Choreography by Cindy Van Acker
Dancing by Tamara Bacci
In a natural scenery of snow and fir trees, abandoned by all traces human, a body moves in an unlimited space and in an indefinite time. It is a body without a history, soaking time, testing speed and stillness, apprehending space by taking tactile and sensory possession -- the metaphor of a cycle: of a day of life, of a life, of life.

NOBODY'S DARLING, 2010, USA, 4 min

Produced by Dixon Place
Choreography by Marta Renzi
Featuring And Dancers, Inc.
Dancing by Tina Vasquez, Amos Wolff
Filmmaker: Marta Renzi
The independent spirits and unsentimental intimacy of the dancers is both tough and tender. Similarly, the setting for this relationship is a bare bones studio in which their breathing and footfalls create the score.
Frame from Bukfenc

Bukfenc (Somersault), 2009, Hungary, 5 min

Directed by Bernadette Mayer, Rita Góbi, dramaturgist- Katalin Turai
Produced by Sponsors: NKA, OKM, KODAC, ROLEBOMUSIC
Choreography by Rita Góbi
Featuring GoBe Contemporary Dance Company
Dancing by Vesa-Petteri Asikainen
Music by Csaba Gyulai and József Gáspár
Cinematography by Nyika Jancsó
Edited by Sára Haragonics
Makeup by Orsolya Petrilla
Lab and scanning by Károly Kamerda & Szilárd Szilas
A man facing death is placed in a narrow and dark well, lit only from above. He struggles to no avail and finally realizes that the only way out is to give in.
photo by Patrick Mueller
photo by Patrick Mueller

A Treatise on Endless Struggle and the Crystallized Moment of Impact, part 2 of 3, 2010, USA, 10 min

Produced and Directed by Patrick Mueller
Choreography by Patrick Mueller / Control Group
Dancing by Kristine Whittle, Buffy Barfoot, Candess Giyan
Music Composed by Paul Betts
Music Performed by Hrsta, A Silver Mt. Zion, Le Fly Pan Am
Filmmaker: Chris Manning
The inherency of conflict, driven by the survival instinct, rendered against a post-apocalyptic wasteland-scape. Desolation and beauty enter direct struggle in this final work of Control Group performance company's series > Treatises on Interplanetary Weather Systems.</i>
Frame from My 1st Big Break

My 1st Big Break, 2008, USA, 5 min

Directed by Kyle Ruddick
Produced by Eyestorm Productions
Dancing by Tom Lenk, Rachael Lincoln, Mark Stuver, d. Sabela Grimes, Raphael Xavier, Calvin Cheng, & Lou Genise
Music by Cut Chemist
Assistant Direction by Cari Ann Shim Sham*
This music video, shot in one take with a cast of 17, employs a strategy of blocking, camera choreography and dance choreography that was developed over months in an intense collaborative process.
Frame from Mere Images

Mere Images, 2008, USA, 5 min

Produced and Directed by Stephanie Kobes
Choreography by Stephanie Kobes in collaboration with the dancers
Dancing by Nada Diachenko, Michelle Ellsworth, Toby Hankin, Esmeralda Kundanis-Grow, Cherie Hill, Alden LaPaglia, Belle Marsh, Cortney McGuire, Tara Rynders, Uli Ellsworth-Miller, Neri Torres
Music Composed by Explosions in the Sky
Filmmaker: Stephanie Kobes
A woman's collection of memories throughout the four seasons of a year. From reflected youth and innocence to reflected age and wisdom, an entire lifetime captured in a mere image.
Frame from MOCEAN

MOCEAN, 2009, USA, 3 min

Produced and Directed by Kim Arrow
Choreography and Dancing by Kim Arrow
Featuring Ponto Facto
Music by Tara Tucker and Anura Kulatunga
Cinematography by Dawn Estelle Singleton, Michael Bednarzi, Kim Arrow
Edited by Kim Arrow
Stage lighting design by James P. Murphy
Shot mostly under the sea on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, "MOCEAN" evokes drift and shape-shift in a moving space inhabited by a human and other creatures.
Frame from Blue's not the word....

Blue's not the word...., 2009, USA, 3 min

Directed by Carrie Noel Richer
Produced by Hole Dance Films
Choreography and Dancing by Kate W. Kosharek
Music by Patsy Cline
Cinematography by Natalie Newman
Edited by Carrie Noel Richer
Music rights by UMe
This short film about a woman's relationship with her television rides an emotional roller coaster. Danced with a schizophrenic grace, the film is comedic, heart breaking and lovable, all at the same time.
Frame from Let's Dance

Let's Dance, 2010, USA, 2 min

Produced and Directed by Malia Bruker, Oscar Molina
Choreography and Dancing by Eun Jung Choi, Guillermo Ortega Tanus
Featuring Da Da Dance Project
Music Composed by Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli
Music Performed by Miles Davis and the Lighthouse All-Stars
Filmmaker: Malia Bruker, Oscar Molina
"Let's Dance" is a sensual black and white film that captures the relief that dance provides in everyday life.

Installation videos on view, Friday & Saturday, September 10 & 11

photo by Mimi Garrard
photo by Mimi Garrard

March Circles 2010, 2010, USA, 19 min

Directed by Mimi Garrard
Produced by Mimi Garrard Dance Company
Choreography by Mimi Garrard
Featuring Mimi Garrard Dance Company
Dancing by Samuel Roberts of the Alvin Ailey company
Music Composed by Glen Velez
Music Performed by Glen Velez and Lori Cortler
Filmmaker: Mimi Garrard
"March Circles 2010" is a suite of four contrasting dances created for video using a single choreography.
Frame from 2/6

2/6, 2009, Switzerland, 30 min

Directed by Orsola Valenti
Produced by Cie Greffe
Choreography and Dancing by Cindy Van Acker
Featuring Cie Greffe
Set in a ghost yard, "2/6" recounts the fate of a body that becomes an object then an object that becomes a body...
Frame from REALM

REALM, 2010, Australia, 7 min

Directed by Narelle Benjamin and Samuel James
Produced by Narelle Benjamin
Choreography by Narelle Benjamin
Dancing by Emee Dillon and Narelle Benjamin with Julie Anne Long and Martin del Amo
Music Composed by White Rainbow
Filmmaker: Samuel James
There are memories and traces of what was before us, but in the present we are all living in our own bubbles.