DANCE Film Festival – Saturday Dec. 4th – Stream for FREE

SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

OMEN, 10min., USA, Dance

Directed by Harlan Taney, Justin Clifton, Blake McCord

Through dance and movement, OMEN tells the story of one woman’s exploration of bravery and perseverance, intimately following her as she takes risks and overcomes fears. The film tells the story of our shared interdependence – and the beauty of surrendering to the unknown. OMEN was shot in the Grand Canyon National Park by award-winning filmmakers Harlan Taney, Justin Clifton, and Blake McCord of Sandcast Media. OMEN is a 10 minute dance film with a 17 min. companion documentary film.

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ENDED WHEN, 9min., USA, Dance

Directed by Robyn Mineko Williams, Mike Gibisser

Ended When is a short film by acclaimed choreographer Robyn Mineko Williams featuring an excerpt of her popular work Cloudline, performed by Hubbard Street Dancer Alysia Johnson with music by Alencia Norris.

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UNDER GRACE, 10min., USA, Dance

Directed by Celia Grannum Perarnaud, Kris Jobson

Picking up the pieces of a puzzle which was scattered through the timelines of two entangled lives, ‘Under Grace’, dances the viewer through different dimensions, inviting them to dive into an intimate portrait of a relationship long lost to memory and the wind.

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DEVIENS, 10min., France, Drama/Dance

Directed by Adrien Lhommedieu

A young boy is fascinated by ballet dancing and afraid to admit it until he crosses the path of a ballet dancer.

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SHE’S COME TO SING, 5min,. USA, Dance

Directed by Brielle Brown

Will we rise from the fall, singing. “She’s Come to Sing” is a solidarity seeking journey through grief and hope. Created in partnership with Project Dance, the film features artists between the ages of 13-21 and aims to inspire conversations and awareness through art.

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SHE MOVED THE PRAIRIE, 25min., USA, Dan

Directed by Cheyla Clawson, Bret Jones

She Moved the Prairie is a dance film based on the work women did both in the home and on the land in the early 20th century on farms and ranches.

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FIREBRAND SWAY, 5min., USA, Dance

Directed by Saam Gabbay

Firebrand Sway is a dance film conceived by choreographer and Artistic Director Achinta S. McDaniel. Born of her collaboration with director Saam Gabbay, the short film is an abstract exploration of longing and loss, and the connection of beings across the multiverse. String theory and sonder are brought to life through contemporary western movement with classical Indian Bharatanatyam and Kathak in an other-worldly landscape.

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CRIMSON’S CABARET, 9min,. USA, Dance

Directed by Oliver Sandino, Kevin Zambrano

In “Crimson’s Cabaret,” desire drives two performers through a whimsical show of music, dance, and theatre. Between reality and fantasy, two sisters try to maintain their relationship, while finding their way to stardom. Their love for one another is compromised by a carousel of characters they encounter. This theater exposes the performer’s primal urge to belong and how easily it can distort dreams, love, and art. Between the open curtain and final blackout, exists the plane where solace and affliction dance in the noise: Crimson’s Cabaret.

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VISCERA: AUTOPSY OF A (NON)HUMAN BODY, 13min,. UK, Dance

Directed by Arturo Bandinelli

Like a decaying body; you look and see just the remains… a shell… a worn, corroded entity. But in this autopsy of a once grand Hotel, we catch a glimpse of the past, faded memories, blurry details. Much like how an autopsy reveals the history of a person’s life, here in the hotel, every room is dissected like an organ. In the past each room had its own function, but as living took its toll, it soon became a storage place for lost memories.

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