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Dance Films Association offers Fiscal Sponsorship for dance film projects in any stage of production and form. Ranging from feature length documentary projects to short experimental films, we believe that every idea should have the opportunity to become fully realized. Through Fiscal Sponsorship, you can apply to grants that require non-profit status and collect donations that are tax-deductible. We also provide consultation and build a personal page for your project on our website.

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As fiscal sponsor, DFA receives a sum equal to 7% of funds dedicated to the film project and DFA makes payments to fiscally sponsored projects on a monthly basis. For example, payments made to the film project through DFA for the period between Sept 15th and Oct 15th would be issued to the film project on Nov 15th. All artistic and proprietary rights, title and interest in and to the project belongs to the filmmaker and the filmmaker may copyright the project in their name. In return, we ask to receive appropriate credit and for DFA’s logo to be included in trailers and the final film.  Projects should have a minimum budget of $5,000 to be fiscally sponsored.

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Fiscally Sponsored Films

Moving Through It: Engaging Dance to Confront Disaster
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Halls of Ivy
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Ipi
Told through a narrative four-act structure, Ipi (the warrior) focuses on a filmmaker revisiting a musical filmed by her late
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Expecting
Expecting is a short documentary about motherhood that profiles renowned ballerina and activist, Michele Wiles, director of BalletNext.
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In My Life
More Americans die every year from drug overdoses than in motor vehicle accidents. Because of the boom in prescription pain
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Meta
Meta, a fantasy-drama told in four movement that mimic the four stages of metamorphosis, is a character study of Alex,
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Shinrin Yoku. Directed by Tom Weksler.
Shinrin-yoku
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Untamed Space. Photo by Richard Louissaint.
Untamed Space
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DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WHALE WATCHING, Emily Beattie & Eric Gunther.
Dance Like No One is Whale Watching
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Selfie Dance Duet, Daphna Mero
Selfiesism
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KT Niehoff in Before We Flew Like Birds, We Flew Like Clouds. Photo by Nate Watters
Before We Flew Like Birds, We Flew Like Clouds
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DANSEUR. Scott Gormley.
DANSEUR
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MONUMENT by Zia Anger, Tobin Del Cuore and Adam H Weinert
MONUMENT
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Still Frame from FROM THERE TO HERE, Cinematography by Paulius Kontijevas
From There to Here
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Home Exercises. Sarah Friedland/Gabe Elder
Home Exercises
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Still from Dawa Lama's SOMETIMES, 2015 Capturing Motion NYC Winning Film
Sometimes
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Tillie Simon, director of THIS TOWN at the 2016 Dance on Camera Festival. DFA President Paul Galando on the left.
This Town
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Pointe
POINTE is a documentary that seeks to unravel the enduring symbol of otherworldly grace that is the pointe shoe. The
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Photo by Darren Hoffman
La Medea
La Medea adapts Euripides’ tragedy of savage infanticide, as a Latin-disco-pop variety show. Simultaneously a live dance-musical, a made for
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Disportrait
After transforming Madrid’s Compañía Nacional de Danza into one of the most successful dance companies in the world, Spanish choreographer
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Teaching Screendance: Creating a Practice-Based Pedagogy
Inspired by the hybrid practices of filmmakers Douglas Rosenberg and Katrina McPherson, this open forum focuses on ways in which
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Meet the Artist: Pat Birch
Honored by Dance Films Association with the 2016 Dance in Focus award, the two-time Emmy Award–winning and five-time Tony-nominated choreographer
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Luigi: Hollywood, Broadway, and Beyond
Celebrate one of jazz technique’s great innovators, Eugene Louis “Luigi” Faccuito, with a discussion with Francis Roach, who has taught
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Lincoln Center Presents: Great American Dance
Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance launched in the fall of 2015, distributing recorded live performances of Alvin
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Dance Films Builds an Archive: DFA Member Meet Up!
In celebration of Dance Films Association’s 60th anniversary, join us for the release of the preliminary results of our recent
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PS DANCE!
SPECIAL PROGRAM • Step inside the halls of five NYC public schools and celebrate dance! Hosted by veteran TV journalist
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know you
On a gray day, a weathered sculpture in a public space may go unnoticed if not for the figures weaving
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The Flight Fantastic
OPENING NIGHT · This fascinating look at the world of the flying trapeze centers on one of its greatest acts
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Feelings Are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer
CLOSING NIGHT · In the 1960s, Yvonne Rainer revolutionized modern dance as a co-founder of Judson Dance Theater. There, she
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Lar Lubovitch at Jacob's Pillow, photo by Jack Mitchell
Lar Lubovitch at Jacob’s Pillow
Made to promote the Lar Lubovitch Company abroad, Lawrence Ott’s “time capsule” documentary—rarely screened in the past 35 years—features footage
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Approaching the Puddle
A curious woman, appropriately dressed for a rainy day, explores her environment in an empty parking lot. SHOWTIMES Saturday, February
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A Portrait of Marc Brew
A Portrait of Marc Brew
A light, bright portrait of a choreographer and teacher whose dance vocabulary finds beauty in restricted movement.   SHOWTIMES Saturday,
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NÉANTS
Néants
Four characters see their destiny in free fall.   SHOWTIMES Tuesday, February 16 6:00 PM Buy Tickets VENUE Walter Reade
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Little Dreams, Wilke Branson
Little Dreams
A dance animation about dreams, fears, and aspirations made with over 4,000 hand-cut characters.   SHOWTIMES Tuesday, February 16 6:00
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Abismo by Pablo Diconca
Abismo
Drifting on a raft, a man and a woman dance instinctively and choose the only possible escape.   SHOWTIMES Saturday,
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Dance and Education in New York City High Schools: PS Dance!
Step inside the halls of five NYC public schools and celebrate dance! Hosted by veteran TV journalist Paula Zahn, PS
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They Are We
In Central Cuba, the Afro-Cuban ethnic group Ganga-Longoba have kept their African heritage alive in distinct song and dance despite
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Our Last Tango
Our Last Tango is a love story involving perhaps the most famous couple in tango history and their shared passion
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The Men Who Danced: The Story of Ted Shawn’s Men Dancers and the Birth of Jacob’s Pillow 1933-1940
The Men Who Danced tells the story of modern-dance pioneer and Jacob’s Pillow founder Ted Shawn, and his mission to
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Lincoln Center at the Movies: Great American Dance: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
You don’t just see an Ailey performance, you feel it. And now you can experience the astounding Ailey dancers in
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Horizons / Horizontes
Since its founding, the National Ballet of Cuba has produced many remarkable dancers. Eileen Hofer’s film focuses on three generations
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Dance with Them
Located in a remote corner of rural Quebec, the PRELV dance school has been run by  choreographer Lynn Vaillancourt for
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The Dance Goodbye
Merrill Ashley is remembered as one of New York City Ballet’s reigning ballerinas—a leading interpreter of Balanchine roles famous for
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Bessie: A Portrait of Bessie Schonberg
Bessie Schonberg danced with Martha Graham until a knee injury forced her to quit and turn to teaching. For the
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The Band Wagon
One of the greatest musicals of all time, Vincente Minnelli’s The Band Wagon features stunning choreography by Michael Kidd, including
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Ballerina: Program 1, “Body and Soul”
Natalia Makarova is considered one of the great ballerinas of her time, whose flawless Kirov Ballet training made her a
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Bajarí
Flamenco is passed down along the family in the gypsy community that gave us the icon Carmen Amaya. Carmen’s spirit
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After the Curtain
In Emelie Mahdavian’s After the Curtain, four female dancers battle shifting cultural norms and face increasing disfavor in the Post-Soviet,
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Targeted Advertising
A sci-fi aerial dance film glimpses a dark future where spambot drones chase a fleeing populace and blast ads for
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The Song of GuQin -Hand Dance
From The Song of GuQin series, this segment shows the beauty of hand dance. SHOWTIMES Tuesday, February 16 6:00 PM
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The Song of GuQin -Chinese Ink
This video dance is about Chinese classical dance which is one of series of “The Song of GuQin”.I directed in
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Honeymoon
Exotic and erotic, playful and provocative, this duet inspired by the Kama Sutra exposes plenty but never takes itself too
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Indigo Grey: The Passage
A young boy’s discovery of a mysterious gas mask provides a glimpse into an alternate reality.   SHOWTIMES Saturday, February
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Plow Plant Reap
Against a majestic landscape of rolling farmlands, an all-female community comes together to join in a baptism and a roundelay.
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Snags in Palladio
A series of moving tableaux that reflect the Platonic idea of supreme beauty, as well as its contradictory nature in
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The Birch Grove
In this film about the power of family ties, inspired by the eponymous novella by Polish author Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz, two
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TEBE TASI (SEA DANCE)
Tebe Tasi is a visual interpretation of “Itinerary for a landscape, a symphonic poem” performed by the Orquestra Sinfónica de
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The Song of GuQin -Chinese Ink
Chinese classical dance is rendered through stunning ink-wash drawings in this part of a series honoring ancient Chinese culture and
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Disportrait
After transforming Madrid’s Compañía Nacional de Danza into one of the most successful dance companies in the world, Spanish choreographer
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Dance of the Neurons
Twenty-four dancers embody the birth of neurons, activating the brain and body. Created in consultation with leading neuroscientists.   SHOWTIMES
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SajakThor
In Hindu mythology, Aspara is a female dancer, here depicted as peacemaker who delivers a message to the people of
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Descent
A man is inhabited by memories and visions as he approaches his final hours.   SHOWTIMES Saturday, February 13 8:00
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Enter The Faun
In Tamar Rogoff and Daisy Wright’s documentary, an unlikely collaboration between a veteran choreographer and a young actor with cerebral
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Still Light
Still Light explores the ways in which movement potential and choreographic ideas underwater can differ from those on the ground,
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Dance Emergency / Damhsa na hEigeandala
A forgotten chapter of modern dance history is revealed in Deirdre Mulrooney’s account of Erina Brady, an Irish-German dancer who
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TACTUM – elements of dance
According to Ayurveda, the Hindu science of health and medicine, there are three forces that give color to our existence:
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Love Songs For Robots
Inspired by the ballet and sculpture of avant-garde artist Oskar Schlemmer, and featuring performances and choreography by Mistaya Hemingway (La
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A Tap Dance in a Circle
The Tap Stalker strikes again, this time meeting his unassuming friend on the pier and making him tap dance in
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Cubano Bas
Kathy Rose’s Cubano Bas shows a mysterious rite with poetic music by Greg Boyer.   SHOWTIMES Saturday, February 13 1:00
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Martian Mating Moves - Eva Ingolf
Martian Mating Moves
A short introduction to the mating habits of Martians.   SHOWTIMES Tuesday, February 16 6:00 PM Buy Tickets VENUE Walter
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Je suis un Cheval (I am a Horse)
In this unique collaboration between dancer/choreographer Ibrahim Zongo and his horse Sabak, the two are filmed along the streets of
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The Golds
The GOLDs (Growing Old Disgracefully) are a group of lively Australians, aged 60 to 90 years, who, after retiring from
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Su misura
A tailor and his wife. A day like any other: old and new customers, one after another. Then she enters.
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The Fallen Circus
Agnes falls from the sky, landing at the feet of a friendly juggler who tells her the story of “The
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STUDY #1
A dance and motion-capture collaboration, this film explores choreographic prompts and improvisation using 3-D motion-capture technology. The live dancer is
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Yachta-Yadda-Yadda
Director Pooh Kaye’s alter ego, Alexandra, struggles with garden machinery and scrambles in the dirt as she pursues her dream
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MORTIFIED: The Contender
Two women become immersed in their emotional responses to a combative world. Adopting the format of a band to encompass
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Bird
Dunja Jocic and Marinus Groothof’s short tells the story of a young boy’s relationship to his pet bird and to
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Rare Birds
T.M. Rives’s documentary follows Swedish choreographer Alexander Ekman during the development of his new Swan Lake production for the Norwegian
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DAVID
A dance narrative set against the backdrop of New Zealand’s coastline, Loughlan Prior’s David features two parallel storylines that examine
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Martiality, Not Fighting
Martiality, Not Fighting follows a young Chinese dancer performing the role of conscientious objector. Moving through the pedestrian and the
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We Three
We Three
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Kuduro NYC
Kuduro NYC
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Filmmaker Dawa Lama
What A Mess
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The Other Side of Stillness
Work-In-Progress Screening: The Other Side of Stillness
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United Skates
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Trent D. Williams, Jr. in 'Black Stains'
Black Stains
Part dance film, part documentary, Black Stains is a poignant and sobering meditation on what it means to be a
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Turn Out For What
A quirky dance documentary about why dancers use turn out.
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Haunted
Haunted by recurrent dreams about her years as a professional dancer in Europe, Ana – a former ballerina turned filmmaker
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Carol’s Angel
Carol's Angel is a Dance on Camera film shot at Untermeyer Park in Yonkers, NY. The featured song is an
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Rorschach
A dance-on-camera explosion 10 months in the making. This film is about what you think its about.
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the birch grove
the birch grove is a narrative dance film about the reunion of two estranged brothers. As the story unfolds we
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Adowa
Adowa is a documentary film about oral literature in dance and preserving the culture of the Ashanti people of Ghana
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The Dancer’s Camera
Margaret Dale is born in Newcastle on Tyne in 1922 and begins dancing at age three. Her fascination as a
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Carmen
A short film featuring Mohiniyattam dancer Vijyalakshmi and actor Michael Irby. Featuring opera singer Peabody Southwell and Flamenco singer Jesus
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Park Avenue…shit; I’m still only in Park Avenue… Every time I think I’m gonna wake up back in the jungle
Courtesy of the artists and Kate Werble Gallery, New York Drawn from footage of a performance designed for the landmark
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We’re Animals! We’re Connected!
Are you online but not connected? Are you an animal? Are you walking here? We got this one and with
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SajakThor
SajakThor engages with a violent political landscape that has remained challenging in Cambodia ever since the country’s last election, depicting
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Remembering in the Future
Movement becomes imaginary as the internal feelings of beachgoer slowly unfold.
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Portraiture
It’s not just pointe and shoot. Portraiture shows what it takes to get good, unique head shots.
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kym and laurel
kym and laurel is a super 8mm film exploring personal narratives through body language. Featuring Laurel Atwell and Kym Chambers.
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Fearless Spring Experiment
A Queer Venezuelan journeys through Williamsburg, Brooklyn experimenting with the body in this improvisation shot and edited in 24 hours.
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DISCOTROPIC
niv Acosta explores the relationship between science fiction, disco, astrophysics, and the black American experience through live performance.
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Dirty
A duet between woman and dirt.
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Dance of the Neurons
24 dancers embody the birth of neurons, activating the brain/body. Created in consultation with leading neuroscientists.
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Confessions of a Lacking Pursuit
Narrated by Sylvia Plath’s recitation of “The Applicant,” a dehumanized woman uses movement to stand strong against the lacking pursuit
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Akasha
Akasha is the Sanskrit word for “aether,” said to embody the four elements of earth, air, fire and water. This
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3 Day Weekend
Dance outbreak cures mass boredom.
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1050.6(c)
In the midst of an urgent and alienating reform are New York City’s renowned subway car performers.
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Trefoil Poster
Trefoil
The film is an adaptation of a trio for three women to the music of Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber's
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Raising the Barre
Nearly a decade after hanging their shoes, aspiring ballerinas return to the dance studio, where they participate in brutal, rigorous
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Alter Ego
A film based on the lifelong experience of two women from birth to death.
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Figure Scrub
An experimental dance film by Bertil Nilsson featuring dancer Michael-John Harper Music: “A Shadowy Figure Emerges” by Purse Candy”
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Crab World
Company director, choreographer and dancer Daniel Gwirtzman collaborated with filmmaker Rafael Silva de Carvalho on this brief film, shot in
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1000 miles from the sea
A carful of young people arrive at an empty house, catching the attention of a woman – or is she
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Chainreaction
Chainreaction is a collision of dance, animation and sound that juxtaposes the movements of live performers with the motion of
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Shedding Skin
A collaboration between dancer Vrinda Sheth and filmmaker Rasa Acharya, this short dance film explores the dancer’s reaction to her
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Siren Song
Adapts themes of transformation, communication, and desire from mermaid folklore and expresses them as never before. Through Dancinema, we see
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Here, Now, and Then
"Here, Now and Then" is a 9 minute animated dance film that follows 3 distinct characters through frustrated moments of
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il futuro
When I was in Italy in December 2014 I improvised at the same location every day for 2 weeks at
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Test Film
I am a test for Dance Film Lab.
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Migration
A short hybrid experimental video piece that integrates dance movement and choreography of space within the structure of narrative film.
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Klasse
Klasse tracks back to the winter of 1938 in Jewish Hamburg, Germany at the height of WWII in an old
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Run
A kind and charming woman awakens to a cold and dangerous dystopia, and then must battle to survive and find
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ENI9MA: The Legend of Félix
A story of appropriation, glamour and madness Documentary about Félix Fernández García, flamenco dancer from Seville hired by Diaghilev in
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Arova
AROVA explores the passion and dedication of Dame Sonia Arova, a Bulgarian Ballerina, who influenced the dance world a great
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The Dance Goodbye
What is life like for a dancer when they can no longer dance? Inspired by Merrill Ashley’s departure from the
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In Balanchine’s Classroom
Prolific choreographer George Balanchine was also a teacher who preferred to teach his dancers each morning himself, which he did
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Marcelo Gomes: Anatomy of a Male Ballet Dancer
Born in the heart of the Amazon, trained in Rio de Janeiro, Boca Raton and Paris, Marcelo Gomes is one
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All That Jazz
“It’s showtime, folks!” That’s the refrain of anxiety-ridden and unhealthfully driven choreographer Joe Gideon (Roy Scheider) at the center of
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Robot
This radical vision from choreographer/director Blanca Li involves eight dancers whose extraordinary flexibility and expressivity are demonstrated as they explore
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Jiri Kylian: Forgotten Memories
World-renowned Czech choreographer Jiri Kylian, always a reluctant subject, finally agreed to participate in this film, the only record of
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Little Opera
An intimate look at the historical and cultural roots of the Italian and American kinships with grand opera, featuring profiles
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Dancing Is Living: Benjamin Millepied
This engaging documentary chronicles Benjamin Millepied (choreographer of Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan), the newly appointed director of the Paris Opera
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Fall to Rise
This engaging, richly textured drama follows a renowned principal dancer whose injury forces her out of her company and uncomfortably
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Butterfly
Butterfly is a poetic dance film following a girl’s obsession with a butterfly. Her obsession and child-like innocence is lost
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“Every Day a Little Death” from Dancing Sondheim
“Every Day a Little Death” is one of seven short dance movies by Richard Daniels contained in the App Dancing
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“Children and Art” from Dancing Sondheim
“Children and Art” is one of seven short dance movies by Richard Daniels contained in the App Dancing Sondheim, Volume
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Pas
Through her entire life, Rose has followed her passion for dance by using it as a singular method of communication
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The Realm of Nothingness
This non-narrative video is a dance of puppet-like figures, and mesmerizing forms, accompanied by percussive rhythms. It is a magical
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Tagged
TAGGED features graffiti painted dancers who create a moving image on city streets and transform spaces viewed as sacred, private,
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Letting Go
Sifting through photos and memories, a woman revisits her past saying good-bye to what was, while contemplating what will be.
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Vanishing Points
Sucked into a choreographic time warp, conceptual hip-hop dancers intersect, collide and share fleeting moments of intimate synchronicity. By the
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Washed
A recounting of violent event through the integration of narrative film and dance: A female laundry worker desperately attempts to
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Desert Dancer
Set in Iran, this powerful and unbelievable true story follows the brave ambition of Afshin Ghaffarian. During the volatile climate
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Born to Fly: Elizabeth Streb vs. Gravity
Elizabeth Streb and the STREB Extreme Action Company form a motley troupe of flyers and crashers. Propelled by Streb’s edict
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Det Skal Danses Vaek
A boy walks through school seeing visions of his classmates dancing in hallways, staircases, and in restrooms. He starts to
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A Tap Dance on the Pier
When a young man takes a break on a bench on the pier, an unexpected visitor turns his break into
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Well Contested Sites
Well Contested Sites is a 13- minute dance/theater film that explores the issue of mass incarceration and the complexity of
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Hamadryad
The sound of a lone flutist practicing Debussy’s Syrinx heard while walking through a forest in 1948, inspired the American
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American Cheerleader
Set in the competitive world of cheerleading, AMERICAN CHEERLEADER follows the journey of two high school teams vying for the
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Bookin’
Two Memphis jookers and two ballet dancers fuse their distinct dance styles to a soundtrack that mixes hip-hop beats and
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Escualo
After their sensational Dance Scene “Chant Et Fugue” The Lombard Twins are back with a new powerful piece “ESCUALO”. Another
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Embrace
A woman and a man share a suspended moment of intimacy sitting before a vast ocean. Here they muse on
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Let’s Get the Rhythm: the Life and Times of Miss Mary Mack
Let’s Get the Rhythm chronicles girls’ handclapping games on inner-city playgrounds, and in remote corners of the world offers homage
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Ghost line
An experimental dance film by filmmaker Shona Masarin and choreographer/performer Cori Olinghouse, “Ghost line” brings together the absurdist impulses of
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Primitive
Set against the iridescent backdrop of London at night, ‘Primitive’ follows a dancer’s journey from bitter heartbreak and violent anger
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Knock
The last man on Earth sits alone in a room as three boys spend a sleep over telling each other
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Memory House
“Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things.” – Cicero A short film conceived and choreographed by Loughlan Prior,
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Angsters
“Angsters” was originally choreographed as an upbeat display of movement inspired by the anxieties of modern life, where the performers
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Mia, A Dancer’s Journey
This is the story of Mia Slavenska, one of the most celebrated ballerinas of her time. It is also a
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The Dance of the Sun
Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt is a Swedish choreographer immersed in Japanese mythology. She is drawn to the haunting legend that serves
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Girlchild Diary
This new documentary film by iconic composer/singer/director/choreographer Meredith Monk includes rare archival footage from performances of her seminal work, Education
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Ze’eva Cohen: Creating A Life In Dance
More than a legacy project, Ze’eva Cohen Creating A Life In Dance is a model of how an artist can
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Stella & Tom
ABT members Stella Abrera and Thomas Forster perform to “Depuis le jour” from the Gustave Charpentier opera Louise at the
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Here Now With Sally Gross
Here Now With Sally Gross is a documentary about the teaching and performing life of the renowned New York dance
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Ballet Boys
It’s not easy being a teenager, specially not seen through the eyes of these three ballet boys – a film
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A Juice Box Afternoon
This is the first in a new series Lily conceived as The Paperback Movie Project. Each short film is an
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Perpetual Motion: The History of Dance in Catalonia
“El moviment perpetu” (Perpetual Motion) is a documentary on the transmission of gestures and movements from body to body and
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Renewal
Renewal is a reflection on art and environmental action. 

The film profiles a group of dancers – the Vertigo Dance
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Capturing Grace
One world is occupied by some of the most acclaimed dancers in the world, the other by people who often struggle
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Story/Time 3D
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 4, 6:00p In January 2012, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company presented the world premiere
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Natural Selection
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p This amusing film explores one woman’s battle against rigid forms. Created for Dances Made to
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La Passion Noureev
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 6:00p From the moment of his dramatic leap to freedom at Paris’ Bourget Airport in
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No More Worry, No More Blue
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p Music video by Kathy Rose – Visual interpretation of a ballad by Greg Boyer.
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Pas
Buy Tickets: Friday January 31, 1:00p Pas, a satirical paraody, extends upon ballet’s tendency to embody animal qualities. Subverting Western ideologies
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The Fabulous Ice Age
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 1:15p The Fabulous Ice Age chronicles the era of the great American touring ice shows
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Giselle
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 8:00p GISELLE is acclaimed director Toa Fraser’s interpretation of the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s production
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2412
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p A highly controversial and thought-provoking film based on the G. Edward Griffin interview with EX-KGB
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The Man Behind the Throne
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 8:30p A film about Vincent Paterson. He told Michael Jackson to grab his crotch. After
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Rooms
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p A solo in a bare room conjures another presence—real, imagined, or remembered. Images of shelter,
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Prima
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 3:30p A Prima Ballerina pushes the boundaries while displaying her soulful exuberance and passion for
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Scottish Ballet’s Healah Dancing
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p A study in motion as two Scottish Ballet dancers connect and disconnect; bodies are drawn
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Carry it on…
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 1:00p Carry it on… is a Dance for Camera created, performed and shot on site
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Homegoings: A Dance
Buy Tickets: Friday January 31, 8:00p Inspired by the award-winning documentary Homegoings, which explores the African American way of death,
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All This Can Happen
Buy Tickets:  Friday January 31, 6:15p A flickering dance of intriguing imagery brings to light the possibilities of ordinary movements
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Drawing Blank
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p Drawing Blank is a dream-like story of impermanence told through dance and stop-motion painting. The
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Momentum
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p For some it is just an ordinary party snack but for Patrick a tortilla chip
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It’s a Feeling: Dancing with Jeff Selby
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 8:30p In this short portrait, we meet Jeff Selby, dancer from Brooklyn, NY. Coming from a
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Carly’s Exit
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p An uplifting and passionate expression of the fight to keep a daughter/lover/friend from self-destruction. With
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Je ne sais plus qui a fait quoi
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 3:30p The idea for this project originated in Benin, the expression of our explosive will to
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Dan’s House
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 3:30p Dan’s House features revered modern dance choreographer Dan Wagoner, at his 18th century home
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How Like An Angel
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 4, 3:00p Fusing Circa’s exhilarating brand of contemporary circus with the exquisite sound of I Fagiolini’s
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Paul Taylor: Creative Domain
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 4, 9:00p Paul Taylor is one of the dance world’s most iconic choreographers. For over 60
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Rules of the Game
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p Trust between four factory workers dissolves under the unremitting surveillance of the management.
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Dervishes
Buy Tickets:  Friday January 31, 6:15p A study of movement and physical architecture based on the characteristics of circular movement.
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Crosswalk
Buy Tickets:  Friday January 31, 6:15p A crosswalk is a unique place. The population changes every thirty seconds or so,
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Tap or Die
Buy Tickets: Friday January 31, 3:30p Master hoofer Derick Grant, who brought in the funk with Savion Glover, is determined
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since you went
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p Part dance film and part music video, “since you went” follows the story of a
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SECUNDARIA
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 6:00p SECUNDARIA quietly follows one high school class on its journey through Cuba’s world-famous National
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oublier le temps
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 6:00p A short dance film about memory and love. Through her floating shadow, a young
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Tizzy
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 6:00p In a playful duet between man and dodgeball we are transported between three locations, inspired
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ME – Story of a Performance
Buy Tickets: Monday February 3, 3:30p ME – Is a story of a performance. We follow the performance from different perspectives:
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The Perfect Dance
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p The Perfect Dance is a love story brought to life through dance and music. A
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GIMP-The Documentary
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 3:30p GIMP-The Documentary intimately captures the creation, performances and public response of The GIMP Project by
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Tap Tap Tap
Buy Tickets: Friday January 31, 3:30p “Tap Tap Tap” is a humorous parody of the infamous sex scandal of US Republican
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MAGMA
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 3:30p Magma is an experimental short film that embraces and discovers movement through camera. The film
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The Area
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 3:30p “I loved to dance. And I thought that was all I’d ever do. I didn’t
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Lost in Motion II
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 6:00p Lost in Motion II explores the spectrum of emotions experienced by an Artist as
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Widow
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 4, 3:00p “Widow” is the video adaptation of a solo movement-based performance that features an iconic, enigmatic
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Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter
Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter tells the inspiring and largely unknown story of a woman who quietly struggled for over
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Ice Theater of NY: Ensemble and Collaboration on Ice
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 6:15p Olympic Champion Dick Button will introduce the melding of the worlds of ice and
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ONDEK
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 2, 3:30p A merchant sailor decides to leave behind a life at sea. After months spent onboard
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YAK FILMS
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 8:30p YAK Films, an international production team, is synonymous with a unique style of street-based
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Story/Time 3D
“Story/Time” by the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company was inspired by John Cage’s landmark work “Indeterminacy” and is powered
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HÄSTDANS på HOVDALA
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 1:00p HÄSTDANS på HOVDALA is a film about a unique creation process. In July 2013, The
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One Day Pina Asked…
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 1, 11:00a An encounter between two of the most remarkable women artists of the 20th century,
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The Unseen Sequence
Buy Tickets: Friday January 31, 1:00p “The Unseen Sequence” – Exploring Bharatanatyam through the art of Malavika Sarukkai. Exclusively filmed
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Two Spirits
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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2012 Meet the Artists
Special Programming Meet the Artist at Elinor Munroe Bunin Film Center Nuria Font Appearing courtesy of the Consulate General of
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Who By Fire
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 1:30pm Fifteen performers meet on a set of stairs, forming a procession. Working precisely, each
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Rauch und Spiegel
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 1:30pm A one minute dance trapeze routine is transformed into an elementary stage trick, a
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Cineastes of Our Times: Busby Berkeley
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 1:30pm CINEASTES OF OUR TIMES: BUSBY BERKELEY (1971) 60min Director: Hubert Knapp & André S. Labarthe
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Passing the Torch: The Legacy of Jose Limon and Anna Sokolow
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 1:30pm As modern dance masters Jose Limon and Anna Sokolow become historical figures, how do
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American Overture
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm AMERICAN OVERTURE is produced and directed by award winning dance filmmaker, John T. Williams
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Ice Theatre of New York
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 6:00pm Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 7:30pm Ice Theatre of New York, the Nation’s premier
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Choros
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 6:00pm In the tradition of Marey and McLaren, Michael Langan and Terah Maher combine music,
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Virtuosi
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 3:30pm Created by choreographer Sue Healey, with music by New Zealand jazz legend Mike Nock,
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Private I’s
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 3:30pm The film follows the construction, eruption, corruption and destruction of the masculine self and
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North Horizon
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 8:30pm Shot on location in Spitsbergen, Svalbard, NORTH HORIZON combines contemporary dance with the spectacular
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Step Out
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 8:30pm A lone man in a business suit wanders off course on his way to
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A Girl From Mexico
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 1:15pm A lively and personal documentary on the life
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Michio Ito Pioneering Dancer-Choreographer
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 1:15pm Michio Ito – an outsider who became the
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Los Tarantos
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 3:30pm A 50th anniversary screening of this classic flamenco drama inspired by Romeo and Juliet
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Soundbreaker: The World of Kimmo Pohjonen
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 8:30pm Kimmo Pohjonen, Finland’s enfant terrible of the accordion, has had a single mission in
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Suspense
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 3;30pm This rarely seen film noir stars the glamorous English ice skating star Belita whose
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Shikaku: Noism 4
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 5:00pm The choreographer Jo Kanamori is the artistic director of Dance Company Noism, the only
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Paul Taylor: Dancemaker
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 6:00pm Nominated for an Oscar in 1999, PAUL TAYLOR: DANCEMAKER is a breathtaking journey into
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Substance: Moloko
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 6:30pm A movie about looking for the substance of life. The film is a cinematic
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Circling
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 6:00pm Circling is a meditation on place, the passing of time and the cyclical nature
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Honoring Shirley Clarke- Shirley Clarke: In Our Time
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 5:30pm SHIRLEY CLARKE: IN OUR TIME (1987-90) 60min Director: Donna Cameron Country: USA In this
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Sparkle
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm Sheri “Sparkle” Williams has been a star dancer with the legendary Dayton Contemporary Dance
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Trash Dance
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 8:00pm Sometimes inspiration is found in unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr sees beauty and grace
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Double Take
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm Inspired by the story of real-life identical twin dancers, Double Take is a story
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En Avant
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm In Fall of 2012, after an 8-year hiatus, the Dance Theatre of Harlem returned
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Five Dances
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:00pm Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 1:00pm A coming of age tale of an extraordinarily
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To Dance Like A Man
Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 6:00pm Collier’s documentary follows Cuban identical triplets Angel, César and Marcos, the  top young students
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Transportation
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:00pm Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Transportation is a short dance film self directed
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Nothing to See/Hear
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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antanaclasis
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Mill/Lady
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Boink
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Le Saut Infini
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm Le Saut Infini, a collaboration between directors Chris
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0-one
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm 0-one : the life between zero (global-isolation)and one
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El Aparecido
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm Choreography based on Manuel de Falla`s ”El Amor
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Brighter Borough
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm Brighter Borough draws you in with the nostalgic
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Chicken Boy
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm Chicken Boy is a modern day metaphor for
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Brother’s Keeper
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm A moody space of dark and light where
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Pedestrian Crossing
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm Something strange lurks beneath the surface of everyday
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Folie à Deux
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Folie à Deux is an exploration into the
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Abandon
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Evoking the visceral agony of escaping, one consecutive
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Dance Elephant Dance
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Featuring a man in an elephant costume, “Dance
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Blind Torrent
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm A Dance film short exploring the connections between
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The Next Step Is
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Stuck in the tunnel of time, the only
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Dafeena
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Dafeena is a site-specific dance for camera that
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PAINTED
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm Painted is the first in a trilogy of
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Commercial and Art Program
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 4:30pm Examining dance film beyond the movie theater screen, Dance on Camera explores dance films
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Honoring Shirley Clarke- Rome is Burning
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 3:30pm ROME IS BURNING (1970) 54min Directors: Noël Burch & André S. Labarthe Country: France
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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake 3D
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 8:30pm When it premiered at Sadler’s Wells in 1995, Matthew Bourne’s triumphant re–interpretation of Swan
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Menuett
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm A barefooted Finnish dancefilm with folk music. In
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Swan Lake
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm This stop motion animation dance film stars two
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Gravity Of Center
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm ‘Gravity Of Center’ is a short-film adaptation of
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Wild Like Kylie
Buy Tickets: Friday February 1, 8:30pm Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 5:30pm On a small property in rural Australia, a
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Merce Cunningham, legacy of dance
Buy Tickets: Monday February 4, 6:00pm Merce Cunningham, 1929 -1999, a legacy of dance Two years after Merce Cunnigham’s death,
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Wander/lost
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Dance on Paper: Sylvie Guillem
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT: Thursday January 31, 6:00pm “Dance on Paper: Sylvie Guillem” Exhibit Opening Gallery Hours  Friday February 1- Monday February
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Henka Dance
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Factory
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Outside in
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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In Remembrance
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Dance Me To the End of Love
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Low
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 3:30pm What starts as an embrace evolves into a sensual duet.
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Birthright
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Sigur Rós: Video Music
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 8:30pm Sixteen directors and artists selected by Sigur Rós band members were invited to present their
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Sound, Music, Uniques- Practices Ver-
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Good Person
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Ripening- The House
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Brokn Bridge
This bicycle vision of the Brooklyn Bridge, made from cyanotypes of original photographs was captured by Cameron on her bike
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Shirley Clarke In Our Time
This portrait of Shirley Clarke by Donna Cameron resonates with Shirley’s spirited light and documents Clarke’s influence as a film
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Moon
Two space dancers explore the moon, July 20, 1969.
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Lads Go Dancing
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 6:30pm Two dancers of the BERN:BALLET want to make the great leap to become choreographers
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Evacuated
“Evacuated is a short screen dance that dives into the social structures created by the mind in times of intense
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The Pink Pony
Buy Tickets: Sunday February 3, 6:00pm A musical comedy in the spirit of Ernst Lubitsch, The Pink Pony tells the
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White
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 1:30pm Saturday February 2, 1:30pm Sunday February 3, 1:30pm Monday February 4, 1:30pm
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Sueños (Dreams)
25CPW Gallery FREE EVENT Friday February 1, 3:00pm Saturday February 2, 3:00pm Sunday February 3, 3:00pm Monday February 4, 3:00pm
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Arthur & Aileen
Buy Tickets: Saturday February 2, 9:00pm Buy Tickets: Tuesday February 5, 5:30pm This short documentary takes place in a tiny
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White Shirt, Black Tie, Black Pants XXS
A spirited behind-the-scenes look at 16 young dancers from Dance Theatre of Harlem, Joffrey Ballet School, Scarsdale Ballet Studio and
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Wayne McGregor – Going Somewhere
British choreographer Wayne McGregor is movement explorer who has been enormously influential abroad and gaining a following in the U.S.
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Two Seconds After Laughter
Weaving stunning cinematography shot in Java by Cari Shim Sham, traditional Indonesian dance, postmodern gesture performed by Sri Susilowati, original
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The Supreme Task of Whip It and Alleluia
Whip It and Alleluia, backup dancers to a second-rate singer with issues, hold to the supreme task of insuring the
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The Space In Back of You
Suzushi Hanayagi, the innovative, even radical Japanese dancer and choreographer, informed the approach of  performing arts legend Robert Wilson and
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Spring Cleaning
Choreographer and film-maker, Pooh Kaye’s alter-ego ‘Wild Girl’, performed by Alex Clack, has a busy day weeding the dandelions, digging
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Seven Solos: A Documentary
This documentary follows the process of dancer Li Chiao-Ping as she prepares to perform the work of seven postmodern choreographers
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Sand
A rhythmic and visual collage, this engaging short takes a close look at a tradition being passed down from father
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Re-Staging Shelter
Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of Urban Bush Women created “Shelter” in 1988 in response to the plight of the
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Pursuit
Parkour artist Danni G races down the sidewalk, flies over obstacles, and careens through crowds of Breakdancers, salsa dancers, and
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Play House
The song is a shout-out for emancipation, with an experiment video created with different forms of pop-culture, dance and technology.
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Still Moving: Pilobolus at Forty
(fine cut) In the summer of 2010,  on the eve of their 40th anniversary, the modern dance company Pilobolus returned
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Ora
Ora is both a game changer and a trip into unknown territory. In the first film to use 3D thermal imaging,
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Numb Ceremony
The loss of a loved one can produce a state of numbness.  As though thrust together with people in a
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Never Stand Still
Narrated by Tony Award winner Bill T. Jones, this documentary features performances,  conversations with choreographers and dancers, and rare archival
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Mis Caminos a Traves de la Danza/My Paths Through Dance
Mariemma, the late classical Spanish dancer renowned for her castanets, her sophisticated choreography and elevating the level of dancers’ technique
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Makarova: In A Class of her Own
Natalia Makarova, the legendary prima ballerina whose performances set the standard for artistry in roles such as Odette/Odile and Giselle, to name
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Musical Chairs
Mia (Leah Pipes) is a beauty with a promising career as a professional ballroom dancer. Armando (EJ Bonilla), is the
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Check Your Body at the Door
This long awaited documentary produced by Sally Sommer brings to light the House dance culture that has largely been in
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La Femme à la Cafetière
Inspired by a painting of the same title by Paul Cézanne, Wilson , in this video, wittily conveys the boredom
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Labyrinth Within
A haunting take on jealousy, this existential thriller posits a man, a woman, and an elusive lover in a series
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Joffrey: Mavericks of American Dance
This insightful documentary, executive produced by Jay Alix and Harold Ramis and produced by Una Jackman and Erica Mann Ramis,
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freedom2dance
In 1970s New York, a powerfully liberating dance culture emerged in the face of social strife and inequality. It fostered
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First Position
This touching documentary follows six gifted ballet students from disparate social, regional, economic and ethnic backgrounds as they prepare for
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Finding Billy
This heartwarming documentary reveals the process of finding and casting the three original boys who played ‘Billy’ in “Billy Elliot
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Figment
In making an homage to Joseph Cornell’s mysterious boxes, the filmmaker has chosen a vertical aspect ratio to give the
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Fanfare for Marching Band
Saturated colors, exuberant music, and ecstatic choreography fail to engage an immobilized public. This short follows the antics of a
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Falling
A push pull of dancers and gravity, made by an artist who has created visual effects for 18 commercial projects
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Eye on Dance: Interview with Moses Pendleton and Jonathan Wolken
Recorded in December, 1986 at WNYC studios, this interview of Pilobolus charter members Moses Pentleton and Jonathan Wolken aired on
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En Dedans
A one-of-a-kind film collage that draws on dancers’ dream journals, choreography, structured improv and spoken text.
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Coup de Grace
A masterful  screen adaptation of a stage performance by Oleles (2003),  this latest creation by Clara van Gool (Enter Achilles)
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Come Sit Stay
A man confuses his girlfriend for a dog, expecting loyalty and obedience. Playfulness turn to violence and fantasy leaves questions
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Black Train is Coming
Inspired by a 1920’s sermon about Hell and Damnation by black preacher Rev J. M. Gates, this short blends old
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Balanchine in Paris
Drawing on highlights from his previous films on Markova, Vyroubova and Verdy, France’s leading chronicler of the process of ballet
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Bench Seat
A classic love story with a musical twist choreographed by Chris Judd, written by Neil LaBute, catching a young couple
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