26 Sep DFA Digest: September 26
Dance on Camera Festival Submissions Extended! New Deadline- OCTOBER 15, 2012Become a Member Visit our website for more information Dance on Camera Festival Submissions We welcome screen adaptations of stage choreographies, narratives, documentaries, abstract and experimental shorts as well as performance videos.
Masterclass: Two Case Studies with Gabrielle Lansner and Greg Vander VeerSeptember 26, 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 or just come by!
You are invited to Bikram Yoga NYC’s September Cabaret A charity benefit for Dance Films Association!Saturday, September 29, 2012 7:30pm Tribeca Cinemas 25 Varick Street New York, NY 10013
Buy screening tickets HERE! Proceeds to benefit Dance Films AssociationThis very special edition of Bikram Yoga NYC’s Cabaret series includes a premier screening of studio co-owner Donna Rubin’s recently completed documentary “CURTAIN UP – GROWING UP IN DANCE”. This will be the first invited audience to see the final rough cut of the film. The story – about 10 women who attended the Canadian National Ballet School in the early 1980’s – is an enlightening, heart warming and touching look at what growing up in dance is really like.
Please visit the websites below for more information. Bikram Yoga NYC | Cabaret Curtain Up Documentary
DFA seeks to support individual projects and to bring together dance filmmakers on Kickstarter with our Curated Page. Visit our page and join the creative funding movement.Miss Hill by the Martha Hill Dance Foundation Kickstarter Project “OUR GOAL: To complete post production, tell the powerful story and create an enduring film that strikes a chord not only with dance lovers, dancers and dance educators, but also for anyone who has been dedicated to something larger than themselves. OUR MISSION: To enlist all those whom she touched through her 60+ years of seeing, teaching, mentoring and producing dance and dancers- to help tell her behind-the-scenes story that is layered with the stories of those she touched which resonate to others with selfless dedication to a dream.”
FRAMEWORKS is an ongoing series providing a vital stage for excellent new works of choreography for the camera. Films are selected from down the street and across the ocean and submission is free. Curated by Michael Bodel.
Sunday, October 7, 2012 7:00pm Dance New Amsterdam 280 Broadway (entrance on 35 Chambers)
Tickets: $5 advance
This year’s films are: Transit; Jeffrey Curtis, Greg Catellier Scout Hut; Jennie MaryTai Liu Chroma; Jeremy Moss The Eye of the Beholder; Azure Productions Errances; Audrey Bergeron and The Broke Lab Bloodlines (WORLD PREMIERE); Charli Brissey / Maeko Project Knead; Disa (Malin Sandberg and Anton Wretling)