Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema,

Sans Souci at Dancers Workshop, 2015
Center for the Arts, 240 S. Glenwood St., Jackson, WY 83001
Individual Screening: $12
Festival Pass: $20, includes both screenings and reception
DW Youth Students attend for FREE
Prices include all box office fees. • 307-733-4900 •
Unique program at each screening:

Documentaries, Center for the Arts, Saturday. 11/14/15, 4:30PM

Frame from Bookin'

Bookin', 2013, USA, 17 min

Produced and Directed by John Kirkscey
Choreography and dancing by LaShonte Anderson, Dylan G-Bowley, Rafael Ferreras, Jonathan Gaston
Music by Jonathan Kirkscey
Cinematography by Billie Worley
Edited by John Kirkscey
Jookers and ballet dancers fuse styles to a mix of hip-hop beats and cello at a famous Memphis juke joint.
photo by Joseph Mehling
photo by Joseph Mehling

Still Moving: Pilobolus at Forty, 2012, USA, 38 min

Produced and Directed by Jeffrey Ruoff
Choreography by Pilobolus
Featuring Pilobolus
Dancing by Nile Russell, Matt Del Rosario, Jun Kuribayashi, Eriko Jimbo, Winston Brown, Annika Sheaff, Christopher Whitney
Music composed by Jon Appleton, Paul Sullivan, Battles
Music performed by Jon Appleton, Paul Sullivan, Battles, Kronos Quartet
Cinematography by Justin Schein
Edited by Anne Alvergue
In the 1960s, Pilobolus innovated a collaborative improvisational style that transformed modern dance. This film focuses on the lifecycle of the company, its evolution, transformation, and regeneration.

Art Shorts, Center for the Arts, Saturday. 11/14/15, 7:30PM

Frame from PAINTED

PAINTED, 2011, Canada, 5 min

Directed by Duncan McDowall
Produced by Sach Baylin-Stern
Choreography and dancing by Dorotea Saykaly
Music by Simon Marcheterre
Cinematography by Christophe Collette
Edited by Sebastien Delporte
Costume Design by Carla Romagnoli
This choreographic portrayal of a building's decay as a "de-crescendo" illustrates the building's retreat from the physical world, and Nature's advance.
Meaghan McHenry dancing like her old man.
Dancer Meaghan McHenry

Dance Like Your Old Man, 2006, Australia, 10 min

Directed by Gideon Obarzanek & Edwina Throsby
Produced by Chunky Move in association with Chequerboard Productions
Featuring Chunky Move
Dancing by Meaghan McHenry, Sara Black, Alexandra Dillon, Bec Reid, Penelope Bartiau & Ros Warby
Music by various artists
Cinematography by Cordelia Beresford
Editing by Simon Njoo
Six unseen fathers come to life through their dances as imitated and reflected on by their daughters.
photo by Libby Pratt
photo by Libby Pratt

890 Broadway, 2012, USA, 4 min

Directed by Marta Renzi
Produced by And Dancers, Inc.
Choreography by Marta Renzi
Dancing by Ching-I Chang & Jenny Tortorello
Music by Kevin MacLeod
Cinematography by Charles Caster-Dudzick
Edited by Marta Renzi
The duet of two women dressed to go out - but, who never do.
Frame from Black Train is Coming

Black Train is Coming, 2011, USA, 3 min

Produced and Directed by John T. Williams
Choreography and dancing by eNinja & Joyntz Scott
Music composed by Rev. J.M Gates
Cinematography by James Tucker
Edited by John T. Williams
Blending an old time sermon with modern day Flex/Turf dance style, this film is based on the 1926 exhortation, "Death's Black Train is Coming," by the prolific black preacher, Rev. J.M. Gates, many of whose sermons were strong warnings of the hellish punishments that awaited sinners.
Frame from Training Session

Training Session, 2010, Canada, 6 min

Directed by Christian Lalumière
Produced by Émilie Heckmann
Choreography by Hélène Blackburn
Dancing by Roxane Duchesne-Roy, Daphnée Laurendeau, Pierre Lecours, Susan Paulson & Georges-Nicolas Tremblay
Music composed by Nicolas Bernier
Cinematography by Jonathan Decoste
Edited by Thiery Laberge
A simple workout routine is transformed into a ballet where the athletes fit together like the notes of a symphonic musical score and rhythmic repetition punctuates the resulting dance.
Frame from Elon + Emmanuelle

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.
Intermission Card

Intermission, lower level B2, 10 min

Snack Time.
Enjoy the video installations in the lobby.
Frame from Rooms

Rooms, 2013, USA, 6 min

Produced and Directed by Paul Sarvis
Choreography by Ana Keilson & Paul Sarvis
Dancing by Ana Keilson
Music composed by Lou Harrison: Suite for Violin and American Gemelan: Air
Music performed by Abel-Steindberg-Winant Trio
Cinematography by Jayson Labozzo and Andrew Reed
Edited by Jennifer Lilly
Old Woman played by Barbara Johnston
Familiarity, shelter, entrapment, memory, age, and youth are the themes of this solo in a bare room.
Frame from Ondek

ONDEK, 2013, Canada, 6 min

Directed by Louis-Martin Charest
Produced by Simon Lebrun & Pascal Pelletier
Choreography by Veronica Felisi & Giulia Tripoli
Dancing by Alex Francoeur, Jeffrey T. Wolfe, Michael Malagisi, Jonathan Loyer, Tina Desrochers
Music by Fun
Cinematography by Arnaud Dumas
Edited by Guillaume Marin
Dance party!

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.

Natural Selection, 2013, USA / Sweden, 6 min

Produced and Directed by David Fishel
Choreography and dancing by Carlye Eckert
Music composed by Carl Sondrol / Marvin Lin
Filmmaker: David Fishel
One woman's whimsical battle against rigid forms.
Frame from Housewarming

Housewarming, 2015, USA, 9 min

Directed by Carrie Richer
Produced by Hole Dance Films
Choreography by Kate Kosharek
Featuring Hole Dance Films
Dancing by Michaela Ellingson and Luke Zender
Music composed by Pink House Music
Music performed by Madelaine German and Dusty Nichols
Cinematography by Katy Bell
Edited by Carrie Richer
With choreography reflecting the couple's humorous relationship, pre-party frenzy meets a comical end.