07 Dec Holiday Party and Dance Film Lab
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December 7th, 2011
Join DFA and DNA for our Holiday Party and Dance Film Lab Masterclass and Panel December 13th, 2011 Dance New Amsterdam 280 Broadway (entrance at 35 Chambers Street)
Holiday Party 6:30-8:00
Enjoy treats, spirits, and make your own Dance Film Holiday Video! Come one, come all. No RSVP required.
Dance Film Lab Masterclass and Panel: Distribution Strategies 8:00-9:30
The focus of this panel is to arm Dance Film Lab participants with concrete knowledge about the spectrum of distribution strategies that are available.
With Zena Bibler (DIY distribution and social media), Benjamin Harley (selling video online for short movies in small dimensions), Marc Kirschner (Multi-paltform and high-end video distribution), and Deirdre Towers (Distribution via the Festival circuit).
$10 for DFA or DNA Members, $20 for Non-Members
To RSVP for the Dance Film Lab Masterclass and Panel, please email email@example.com with Dance Film Lab in the subject line.About Dance Film Lab: Dance Film Lab is a program of Dance Films Association, hosted by Dance New Amsterdam, and funded by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Organized and directed by Zach Morris of Third Rail Projects, the Dance Film Lab is a community-building, monthly series for dance filmmakers to gather; share information, methods, and tools; and address technical, practical and artistic challenges. About Dance New Amsterdam Founded in 1984, Dance New Amsterdam (DNA) celebrates 27 years of cultural leadership in contemporary dance. DNA supports the life, career and longevity of dance artists through ongoing high quality contemporary dance education, opportunities for choreographic exploration and innovative performance, and service to the field and the Lower Manhattan community. DNA fosters the development of new and experimental works through commissions, residencies and subsidized space. We are committed to training healthy dancers, developing new audiences and bridging diverse communities by exploring the role of dance across a spectrum of contemporary dance styles and cultures. DNA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.