Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema,

Film Meets Dance in Louisville, CO
Saturday June 25th, 2016 at 7pm
Louisville Arts Center, 801 Grant Ave
Free Admission
Presented with support from
Louisville Cultural Council
Boulder County Arts Alliance

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HOME ALONE, 2013, Israel, 2 min

Directed by Adi Halfin
Produced by Tamir Eting, Noam Eidelman, Adi Halfin
Featuring Batsheva Dance Company Ensemble
Dancing by Tamir Eting, Noam Eidelman, Rani Lebzelter, Shane Scopatz, Mario Bermudez Gil, Eduard Turull, Keren Lurie-Pardes, Shani Licht, Ayelet Nadav, Mariko Kakizaki, Oz Shoshan, Gil Shachar, Or Schraiber, Maya Tamir, Shaked Leibzirers, Ron Matalon, Ori Kroll
Music composed by Locust
Cinematography by Roman Linetsky
Edited by Shahar Amarilio
Combining choreography with improvisation, a company of young dancers creates an atmosphere of "parental absence" in an abandoned building.

Uath Lochans, 2015, UK, 6 min

Produced by Peter Royston
Choreography and dancing by Marc Brew
Music by David Lintern & James Weaver
Cinematography by Katrina McPherson
Edited by Simon Fildes
A visceral exploration of the texture of place and environment.
Frame from Tofino

Tofino, 2014, UK, 4 min

Directed by Brian Vass
Choreography and dancing by Jennifer Drotz Ruhn
Music composed by Stuart Docherty
Cinematography by Brian Vass
Edited by Jennifer Drotz Ruhn
With the mood enhanced by stop-motion cinema, 'Tofino' conveys delicacy and solitary intimacy.
Frame from Little Dreams

Little Dreams, 2015, Belgium, 6 min

Directed by Wilkie Branson
Choreography by Wilkie Branson
Dancing by Wilkie Branson, Mariana Camiloti, Joêl Daniel, Femi Oyewole, Shantala Pépe, & Letitia Simpson
Music composed by Benji Bower & Kathleen Milton Fitzpatrick
Filmmaker: Wilkie Branson
This dance animation about dreams, aspirations, and fears was made with over 4,000 hand cut characters over the period of a year.

Down for the Count, 2015, USA, 5 min

Directed by Erika Randall and Daniel Beahm
Produced by
Choreography by Teena Marie Custer
Dancing by Teena Marie
Music by Andy Hasenpflug
Cinematography by Daniel Beahm
Edited by Jonas Bendsen
Costume Design by Markas Henry
Script by Erika Randall
In this 70s flavored Hip Hop Dance Theatre piece, b-girl Teena Marie, chameleoned as four distinct characters, fights a battle of wills and skills against herself.
Frame from Pavilion

Pavilion, 2014, USA, 3 min

Directed by Adam Sekuler
Choreography and dancing by Shannon Stewart
Filmmaker: Adam Sekuler
An imagined spectacle, rodeo iconography, the feminine body, the equine body, dressage. Shot on Super-8.

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 Fragments

Fragments, 2015, USA, 4 min

Produced and Directed by Patrizia Herminjard
Choreography and dancing by Dustin Ordway
Music by Wesley Brandt
Filmmaker: Patrizia Herminjard
Echoes of an airstrike haunt a young man.
Frame from Moving Yerevan

Moving Yerevan, 2014, Armenia, 8 min

Directed by Jevan Chowdhury
Produced by Nare Aghababyan
Choreography by Jevan Chowdhury
Featuring National State Ensemble & independent artists
Music by Danny Odom
Filmmaker: Jevan Chowdhury
This short marries the people of Yerevan — the capital of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continually inhabited cities — with the modern day metropolis. Created in public spaces in 3 days and 3 nights.
Frame from Lay Me Low

Lay Me Low, 2015, Canada, 8 min

Directed by Marlene Millar
Produced by Sandy Silva
Choreography by Sandy Silva
Dancing by Andrew Bathory, Sonia Clarke, David Cronkite, Dominic Desrochers, Josée Gagnon, Josianne Laporte, Hélène Lemay, Kimberly Robin, Sandy Silva, Bobby Thompson
Music composed by Traditional Shaker song
Music performed by Performers
Cinematography by Geoffroy Beauchemin & Peter Krieger
Edited by Marlene Millar
Sound design by Felix Boivert
This Shaker mourning march cuts to the heart, communicating a universal feeling of loss while evoking a sense of intimacy.
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.