23 May DFA Digest: May 23
May 23, 2012
Camera Operations and Shooting Strategies Taught by Jeremiah StoryMay 30th, 2012 7:30pm-10:00pm Dance New Amsterdam, Studio 6 280 Broadway (entrance on 35 Chambers) $10 for DFA or DNA Members; $25 for Non-Members RSVP to email@example.com with Dance Film Lab in the subject line to reserve your place.
Topics will include: basic understanding of camera operation, shooting strategies, and concrete concepts and methods to enable artists to have more formalized approach to their filming process. Class will also touch on capturing audio during the film shoot.
Jeremiah Story is a videographer, editor and photographer with more than 10 years of experience conceiving, developing and implementing various media projects including national television advertisements, music videos, and Internet media in the United States and Europe. He studied and started his career in New York City and has worked with various television networks, such as MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, NBC, TNT, and FOX.
DFA SUPPORTSKickstarter Project “While it has had particular success as a stage work and is unique for a stage performance, we know that film is where Sacrament will really come to life and be accessible to a wider audience. Because the strong narrative is told completely through movement and music, we feel that we have an opportunity to bridge the gap between dance film and narrative film. “One of the key elements that the funding will go towards is the construction of the central deity figure around which the film revolves. We’ll be working with experienced production designers and creature designers to bring this crucial element to life on screen.”
Residency for Emerging Choreographers and Dance Filmmakers June 4-17, 2012CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Materials due May 25, 2012 at 5:00 pm Mail must be postmarked May 25, 2012 Application: Description and application requirements
Learn about Instituto Coreográfico here.Ballet Hispanico’s Instituto Coreográfico is made possible with leadership support from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Ford Foundation, as well as additional support from Pam Crutchfield. We thank New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies for providing research and library support for this project.