FilmFest by Rogue Dancer On-Line Screening NOW through SEPTEMBER 6th
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Cygnus film by Cara Hagan & Robert Uehlin (c) 2018 USA
A short screendance filmed on location on Battle Lake, MN. Cygnus invites us to revel in the beauty of the sunrise over calm waters as the moon slips behind the horizon. A celebration of the earth, the body, and their kinship.
Cara Hagan – Director, (Choreographer) Writer & Performer
Robert Uehlin – Director, Cinematographer & Editor
Oten (c) 2019 film by Pippa & Tara Jade Samaya AUSTRALIA
A stain on my perfect intention. A blot spreading on the hand I use to control it all. A crinkle in my perfect circle. A pin prick glitch that leads to my unraveling. A breath of wind that opens into a storm, rushing towards my ultimate surrender.
A homage to the beauty of the imperfect.
Pippa & Tara Jade Samaya – Director
Tara Jade Samaya – Performer
Feel Strong film by Kimberlee Gerstheimer
Kimberlee Gerstheimer – Director
Catch and Release film by Lori and Mark Teague (c) 2010 USA
Lori Teague – Choreographer & Dancer
Mark Teague – Videographer
Performers – Juana Farfan, Camille Jackson, Dana Lupton & Lori Teague
Surface Waves film by Reed O’Beirne (c) 2015 USA
A wordless woman rises to confront herself through a dance of self-liberation. Featuring choreography and dance by Carolyn Pavlik, along with an original soundtrack by Robin Guthrie, the film evokes a mystical story-line of struggle and release.
Reed O’Beirne – Director & Producer
Carolyn Pavlik – Dancer
Robin Guthrie – Music
Ted Grudowski – Colorist
Sam Gray – Sound Effects
Jamie Hunsdale – Foley Artist
Bones film by Katherine Henly & Andrew Harper (c) 2020 USA
An unlikely love story brings a flicker of warmth to an ice cold world.
Created by Andrew Harper and Katherine Henly and featuring an original score by Sydney Torin Shepherd, Bones finds a moment of connection in an unexpected place.
Katherine Henly – Creator & Director
Andrew Harper – Creator, Director, Choreographer & Producer
Cast – Margaret Jones, Richard Walters, Jacob Waid, Elliot Peterson, Alberto Denis, Sydney Torin Shepherd & Alexandra Smither
Dis-Harmony film by Chantal Cherry (c) 2018 USA
The dance investigates the mirror between nature and humans to be at times violent and dangerous while at other times peaceful and calm. The character and the landscape simultaneously journey through angst and turmoil towards serenity and freedom.
Chantal Cherry – Director & Choreographer
Kelsey Manes – Performer
夜明け The Dawn film by Yukina Sato (c) 2020 JAPAN
Music video about the song “The Dawn” written and performed by Ryoya Nishimura. Dancer and choreographer Yukina Sato collaborated with him to produce the short dance film.
Yukina Sato – Director, Producer, Dancer, Choreographer & Videographer
Ryoya Nishimura – Music
Indignance (c) 2017 film by Chen Jiexiao SINGAPORE
Made in a period of negotiating crossroads in his personal life, a dancer heads out for his favorite sanctuary whenever it pours.
In spite of. In defiance of. In relish of.
As part of a “Rain Series” of solos recorded.
Chen Jiexiao – Director, Writer & Performer
Auto Wave film by Carolyn Pampalone Rabbers (c) 2019 USA
Relationship…and forgiveness….and memories….
Carolyn Pampalone Rabbers – Director
CRVS HUM film by Gustavo Gomes GERMANY
CRVS HUM is a dance film based on the song Crows and Locust by Brooke Fraser and the german film Nosferatu (1922) by F.W Murnau.
Written and directed by Gustavo Gomes
Filmed by Marcus Praed
Performed by Saori Ando, Hsiao-Ting Liao, Gustavo Gomes
Original track by Arne Bense, Berlin, too. from the album Mar Bravo available on http://sampleparkrecords.bandcamp.com…
Drawings and photos by Gustavo Gomes as part of the work Humming of the Strings (2015)
Edited by Gustavo Gomes
Costumes by Margrit Flagner
Make up by Sylke Schmidt
Production Assistance by Melanie Pollman and Susanne Bonne
Location by Marion Degel and Susanne Bohne
Special thanks to Theater Osnabrueck
Liminality film by Jennifer Akalina Petuch, Annali Rose (c) 2020 USA
Liminality is inspired by reimagining what Odette may have experienced upon plunging to her death in the lake from the classical ballet “Swan Lake”. It is a moment of suspended reality and a story of disenchantment, self-discovery and transformation. In our modern world we know that “happily ever after” is a journey and we have the ability to exercise our own agency to create our experience. In our story, the heroine is exploring the space in between life and death. She is coming to terms with the end of her world as she knew it and finding the strength and courage to move into a new existence.
We see this story as a metaphor for what many ballet dancers experience upon the imminent journey of their retirement from professional careers. On stage there is always a happy ending. For example, Seigfried in “Swan Lake” immediately realizes his mistake in being seduced by another woman, seeks forgiveness from Odette, and follows her off the cliff to his death so they can be reunited in the afterlife. But what is the reality for the dancers who play these characters? When the fairytale is over, what happens next?
Jennifer Akalina Petuch – Director, Cinematographer, Camera Operator & Video Editor
Annali Rose – Director, Dancer & Choreographer
Lincoln Sandham – Music
Paper Nautilus film by Robin Bisio USA
Paper Nautilus is a tribute to the beautiful Pacific. Gossamer and ethereal, the dancer is an angel in flight on a timeless azure day.
Robin Bisio – Director & Producer
Kaita Lepore Mrazek – Performer
Nik Blaskovich – Cinematographer & Editor
Blake Bainou – Composer
Rain Dance film by Calvin Walker (c) 2017 UK
Rain dance: a weather modification ritual that attempts to invoke rain.
Calvin Walker – Director & Producer
Linnea Snyderman – Dancer
RUBY – Portrait number 2 of XXY film by Clotilde Rullaud (c) 2018 FRANCE
“We’ve begun to raise daughters more like sons… but few have the courage to raise our sons more like our daughters.” Gloria Steinem.
In the education girls receive, there is an ambiguity between candour and bravery. How often modern society chooses a helpless girl to face the “bull”, just like Ruby Bridges Hall in her time? When at the same time, it does its utmost to restrict the free and powerful Feminine within each girl, it forces them to become a warrior woman. Be a man, my girl!
Ruby Bridges Hall
In 1960, Ruby Bridges Hall became the first Afro-American child to attend a school for white children, when she was just six years old. Owing to anti-black racism, she had to be escorted into school by federal marshals, since the local police of New Orleans and the state police of Louisiana refused to protect her.
When Ruby got to school, the white parents immediately removed their children. All the teachers, except for Barbara Henry, refused to teach classes as long as there was a black child in the school. Barbara Henry therefore taught classes to Ruby alone, for over a year “as if she were teaching a whole class”.
Ruby is the 2nd portrait of the 30min long non-narrative abstract music video XXY, that investigates the “feminine”.
Written and directed by Clotilde
Produced by Tzig’Art
With the support of the French Ministry of the Women’s Rights, the SPEDIDAM, the SACEM, the French National Audiovisual Institute, the Simone de Beauvoir Centre
Cinematographer : Florent Bourgeais
Editor : Clotilde
Additional editor : Violeta Fernandez
Compositing and calibration : Stéphane Jarreau / Donc Voilà
Visual identity and graphism : Bérangère Lallemant
Music by Fred ‘Parker’ Aliotti
Clotilde : vocal
Fred Parker : piano
Boris Cacciaguerra : violin
Angelique Debay : violin
Marie Kuchinski : alto
Jean-Baptiste Goraieb : cello
Recorded and mixed by Jean-Paul Gonnod at MidiLive
Mastered by Thomas Pégorier / Brut de Prod
Mastering cinema : Bruno Gueraçague / Tabaskko
Dance : Keiko Sato (Japon)
Choreography in collaboration with the performer.
Filmed in Picardie (France)
℗ & © Tzig’Art and Clotilde – 2018
Undertow film by Amelia Estrada (c) 2020 USA
Undertow is a digital dance choreographed and performed by Amelia Rose Estrada. Music: Up The Creek by Tori Amos
Amelia Estrada – Director
Untitled film by Robert Uehlin, choreography Faith Morrison (c) 2017 USA
Choreography and cinematography inspired by the Keller Fountain in downtown Portland, Oregon. The fountain is inscribed with text from it’s dedication to Ira Keller that reads: “Strength And Beauty Come From Us – Not From Tyranny.”
Robert Uehlin – Filmmaker
Faith Morrison – Choreographer & Performer
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September 2020 – Travel-ing
October 2020 – Fantasy
November 2020 – LAND-scape
SUN., NOV., 8th, 2020 @ 7pm LIVE Screening @ SHADOWBOX Studios, “Rogue Dancer Choice Screening”
December 2020 – OUT the Office
(with a LIVE Screening @ Hunt Library (NC State University), THURS. JAN. 14th)
January 2021 – 4 the Children
February 2021- SOLO Discovery
March 2021 – About FACE
April 2021 – URBAN View
May 2021 – Ball-ET
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