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Christy Park, Executive Director s will be available from 11-2 on May 23 to answer questions you may have about producing your dance as a film. Join her at Gibney Dance Center,  Guess Who's In The Greenroom? RSVP to allie@gibneydance.org to reserve your individual slot! ...

Instituto Coreográfico Residency for Emerging Choreographers & Dance Filmmakers June 4-17, 2012 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR DANCE FILMMAKERS Application: Description and application requirements Materials due May 25, 2012 at 5:00 pm. Mail must be postmarked May 25, 2012. Learn about Instituto Coreográfico here.   ...

Anthology Film Archives presents a very special event A Celebration: Screening, Book signing, Wine/Champagne Reception for FLESH INTO LIGHT: THE FILMS OF AMY GREENFIELD by ROBERT HALLER published by Intellect Books (www.intellectbooks.com) with US distribution by University Of Chicago Press Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Ave, NYC April 30, 2012 7PM Tickets $9, No reservations The...

Missed some of the films in our 2012 Dance on Camera Festival this past January? This spring is your chance to catch some of our festival films in New York. Take your family, take your friends, and celebrate the new season with dance film in theaters. Joffrey: Mavericks...

Barcelona Ballet (formerly Corella Ballet) New York City Center April 17-20, 2012 Tickets      See the featured company in CREATING A CLASSIC: CORELLA BALLET  perform in New York. Program includes Clark Tippet’s Bruch Violin Concerto, Christopher Wheeldon’s For 4, and the world premiere of Pálpito, a full-company ballet by Nuevo Ballet Español Artistic Directors...

Soma Songs  Barbes, Brooklyn 376 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215 April 12, 2012 7:00pm About Soma Songs The Soma Songs project brings together a group of acclaimed artists and designers from performance, visual, sound, textile and film genres. Fusing digital dance, choreographic screen processes with architectural cinema and sound, the project...

As part of it's series, Performance in HD, Brooklyn Academy of Music will be presenting Ballet in Cinema. Featuring companies from around the world, audiences can experience these celebrated ballets in HD quality in New York at BAM Rose Cinemas. Tickets start at $20 ($18 for...

The  New York edition of Dances Made to Order premieres today! This series was curated by Zach Morris of Dances Film Association's Dance Film Lab.  Featuring:  rein by Geoffrey Ehrlich and Kelly Bartnik In Between by Mayuna Shimizu and Collaborators Untimely by Hanaah Frechette After only two weeks, these artists made films inspired by...

Dance/NYC Junior committee publishes: Dance Workforce Census: Earnings Among Individuals, Ages 21-35 On February 27, 2012, the Dance/NYC Junior Committee published findings from its May 2011 survey research initiative: a Dance Workforce Census: Earnings Among Individuals, Ages 21-35. Full report can be found on Dance/NYC website. “The value of this...

Dance New Amsterdam presents: We are BANANA!!!!! From NEO * TOKYO made in DANGEROUS JAPAN!!!!! Join us for a special event marking the one year anniversary of the Japanese tsunami. Sunday, March 11 at 7:00 pm Dance New Amsterdam, Studio 3 280 Broadway, 2nd Floor (entrance on Chambers) Banagaku eyes...

Festival of the Moving Body ♦ March 16 and 17, 2012 Submission Due: Postmark November 15, 2011 Visit The Center for Dance, Movement, and Somatic Learning for more information and submission details. The 2012 Festival of the Moving Body will be held March 16 and 17, 2012 at Stony...

The New York Foundation for the Arts will hold its first ever Doctor's Hours for Filmmakers on November 10th. Registration begins tomorrow, October 25th at 10:00am. Your contribution? Bring dance film to conversation! Learn more: read the description below and visit NYFA online. Starting a new...

EYE ON DANCE makes a return appearance Presented by Gibney Dance and Dance/NYC “Sorry I Missed Your Show” Saturday, October 15 at 4:30PM FREE "EYE ON DANCE is one of the liveliest and most intelligent programs on the arts...

New York Live Arts began its inaugural season last Friday, September 16th, 2011. One component of their diverse season (detailed in their press release) is the aptly named Live Gallery- a space presumably conceived of in the context of a traditional gallery but re-imagined due...

Legal Issues in Film with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts When: Thursday, September 22, 2011, 4 - 6:30pm Thursday, February 16, 2012, 4 - 6:30pm Where: VLA, 1 East 53rd Street, NY, NY 10022 (Auditorium) *2.5 CLE credits: 1 Professional Practice, 1 Skills and .5 Ethics (Approved for Non-Transitional...

New York Women In Film & Television's screening series celebrating NYWIFT members, is coming right up: June 28 at Anthology Film Archives, NYC. Included in the program of shorts under 20 minutes - "Where Less is More" - is I am I: A Tribute to Margaret Cho,...

Tonight marks the opening of the 10th anniversary of the Dance Camera West Dance Media Film Festival.  We wish them well - in fact we wish we could be there!  The Co(te)lette Film, directed by Mike Figgis, has its US Premiere at DCW on Saturday. Spend some watching...

Dance Entrepreneurs and the Digital Revolution: Can Dancers Make Moves and Killer Startups? That's the full title of an Interactive Panel Discussion presented on Thursday, June 9th from 8:00-10:00 Produced in conjunction with Internet Week NYC, the panel hopes to get at the heart of why the dance industry (bubbling over...

Airing May 31st at 9:30 on WNET. Directed by Christopher (Kit) Lukas, The Choreographer is a 55-minute documentary profiling choreographer Lisa diRibere, who has danced with both Balanchine and Baryshnikov. In the excerpt below, Ms. diRibere, who has choreographed over 80 ballets, is seen in 2010 training a group...