UPDATE!!! 3 Rogue Dancer Films , No Games No Fowl, Wallpapers & After The Reign: Confusion selected for Direct Monthly Online Film Fest.

Do you have 1/2 an hour to spare.? We believe that DANCE is a great date night activity, if so, grab your Popcorn or Crudités, No Games No Fowl, Wallpapers and After The Reign: Confusion are available on the festival website for online screening.

3 Rogue Dancer Films , No Games No Fowl, Wallpapers & After The Reign: Confusion selected for Direct Monthly Online Film Fest. are having their streaming debut this week on Direct Monthly Online Film Festival. Continue reading UPDATE!!! 3 Rogue Dancer Films , No Games No Fowl, Wallpapers & After The Reign: Confusion selected for Direct Monthly Online Film Fest.

Rogue Dancer Film accepted into DepicT! super-short filmmaking competition as part of Encounters Film Festival

DepicT! is Watershed’s international short film competition that, since its creation by Brief Encounters in 1998, has been challenging filmmakers to create 90 second ultra-short masterpieces. The focus is on uncovering emerging international filmmaking talent, which shows originality, imagination and the ability to engage in just a minute and a half. Continue reading Rogue Dancer Film accepted into DepicT! super-short filmmaking competition as part of Encounters Film Festival

“After The Reign: Confusion” wins Best Performance Art 180 Award @ Avalonia Festival III

We have a few award winners already announced with much more to come. Let’s start with our (for films three minutes and under in run time) for Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully and her After The Reign: Confusion starring Sharon Carelock.  “After the Reign: Confusion is a wonderful display of … Continue reading “After The Reign: Confusion” wins Best Performance Art 180 Award @ Avalonia Festival III

(DIY dancer) Encore: Dance on Film Pushes For New Audiences and Community

Four years ago, EnCore: Dance on Film Curator and Adjudicator, Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully, realized that there wasn’t a convenient place carved out for dance on film in Atlanta. Tarrazi-Scully was formerly a staff member for Core Dance, a contemporary dance organization with home bases in Atlanta and Houston. Tarrazi-Scully began her career as a dancer and transitioned into film and arts administration after becoming a mother. Her work has led her to believe dance on film is essential to bringing dance to a wider community: “I have always said, in regards to dance being a somewhat unapproachable art form, that it isn’t that people don’t ‘like’ dance, it’s that they don’t know anything about it…” Continue reading (DIY dancer) Encore: Dance on Film Pushes For New Audiences and Community