22 Jan Gus Reed Writing on Dance on Camera!
Posted at 16:56h in Dance on Camera, Gus Reed on Dance on Camera 0 CommentsAs Director of Communications and Programming, I introduce Gus Reed, contributing writer for the Dance on Camera Festival. In the next week, we’ll feature programs you don’t want to miss in the 2015 festival, just a little over a week away! Check back here, under this category Gus Reed on Dance on Camera to get your festival fix. And see you next week! January 28 to honor Lois Greenfield for our Dance on Camera Festival Kickoff Gala January 30- February 3, for the full deal Dance on Camera Festival Until then fellow film fans, Brighid Greene
Gus Reed is a filmmaker and writer based in New York City. Raised on Cape Cod, he relocated to NYC in 2010 to study film and visual art as an undergraduate at Columbia University. While at Columbia, he developed a passion for capturing and creating dance for the camera. He graduated summa cum laude, with departmental honors and the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts for his first feature screenplay, Wilderness, in May 2014. His dance films include a narrative short, The Morning Rehearsal, which premiered at the 2013 Provincetown International Film Festival, a videodance entitled Pas de deux, and a documentary, BWV 826, which explores the working life of choreographer Emery LeCrone during her creation of two new dances for the 2014 Guggenheim Works & Process series. During the summer of 2014, he served as the video apprentice at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. Recent and ongoing projects in New York City include videos for The George Balanchine Foundation, the New York City Ballet Education Department, and artist Bora Kim. His writings on film have been featured on IndieWire, Film.com, Double Exposure, and FilmLinc Daily.