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DFA Digest: April 25

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April 25, 2012

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DFA PROGRAMS

Moderated Screening
April 25, 2012

7:30pm-10:00pm
Dance New Amsterdam Theater
280 Broadway (entrance on 35 Chambers)
Free for DFA or DNA Members
$10 for Non-Members

Screening work by:
Alexandra Pinel
Angela Gallo
Diana Quiñones Rivera
Victor Lazaro

As We are no longer accepting submissions for this moderated screening, you are still welcomed to attend to provide feedback and support these filmmakers.

RSVP to brighid@dancefilms.org with Dance Film Lab in the subject line to reserve your place.

DFA SUPPORTS

New York Theatrical Premieres

Missed some of the films in our 2012 Dance on Camera Festival this past January?

This spring is your chance to catch some of our festival films in New York.
Take your family, take your friends, and celebrate dance film in theaters.

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Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance
April 27, 2012
Cinema Village

First Position
May 4, 2012
IFC Center

Film Society Lincoln Center, Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center

Never Stand Still
May 18, 2012

New York’s Quad Cinema

Harlem Stage presents

Two Seconds After Laughter by David Rousseve
April 27, 2012

two seconds after laughter

Harlem Stage Gatehouse
150 Convent Avenue at West 135th Street
6:15PM

Tickets are Free!
Please RSVP by emailing boxoffice@harlemstage.org

Dance on Camera 2012 short film by David Rousseve, inspired by Indonesian choreographer Sri Susilowati’s experience of migrating to America to become a dancer.

Stay after the screening for a special discussion with Sheetal Gandhi and Special Guests.

DFA FRIENDS

flesh into lightFlesh into Light: The Films of Amy Greenfield

Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave, NYC
April 30, 2012
7PM
Tickets $9, No reservations

A lost love and marriage is evoked in a poetic dance of longing and memory. A man is ushered into another world, by two guardian angels, in search of his lost bride. Their marriage and relationship is evoked through a series of kinetic snapshots and romantic dance sequences.

Dances Made to Order

DMTO

Dances Made to Order is a curated, monthly, online, dance film series. We feature 3 different artists every month who rise to the challenge to each create a 5 minute film in two weeks inspired by the ideas chosen by our audience. In 2012 we will spotlight a different American city and their unique dance culture every month. On May 2, the Atlanta edition curated by Malina Rodriguez of Dance Truck makes it’s online debut.

Featuring films by:
Lillian Ransijn
Corian Ellisor
Onur Topal Sümer

Visit: 
www.dancesmadetoorder.com

Buy a subscription for the entire 2012 season or a single, monthly ticket
Use this discount code for 20% off: DFA12

Dance Films Association • 48 West 21st St., #907 • New York, NY 10010.
info at dancefilms dot orghttp://www.dancefilms.org • ph 212.727.0764

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