25 Jan Farihah Zaman on Dance on Camera
As Communications Associate, I am thrilled to introduce Farihah Zaman, contributing writer for the Dance on Camera Festival. Growing up in Bangladesh she is now an established writer for publications like Filmmaker Magazine and Huffington Post (see full bio below!). Her interest in dance film started with Bollywood’s UMRAO JAAN and was rekindled by the restoration of the RED SHOES, both of which bring her now to Dance on Camera.
To pique your interest, each day next week we’ll post a feature on different Dance on Camera programs, starting with a look at Matthew Bourne’s SWAN LAKE 3D for Monday, January 28th.
You can read them all by checking out Farihah Zaman on Dance on Camera on our blog.
Catch up on some lovely clips below.
And see you next weekend, February 1-5, for the Dance on Camera Festival, right?!
Communications Associate at Dance Film Association
2013 DANCE ON CAMERA
Get to know Farihah Zaman!
FARIHAH ZAMAN began working in film as a Programmer for the Film South Asia documentary film festival before moving to New York in 2005, where she was the Acquisitions Manager at independent film distribution company Magnolia Pictures. In 2008 she coordinated IFP’s No Borders program, the only international co-production market in the U.S., before becoming Program Manager of The Flaherty Seminar until 2010. Farihah currently writes for The Huffington Post, Filmmaker Magazine, AV Club, and online film journal Reverse Shot, among others. She is co-directing a documentary with Jeff Reichert, REMOTE AREA MEDICAL, set for release in 2013.