OCTOBER 2019 Film Fest by Rogue Dancer: Halloween Edition

Film Fest by Rogue Dancer is proud to announce our OCT 2019 – Halloween Edition On-Line Film Festival.

FREE Screening begins NOW through Nov 3rd, 2019.

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View the short short films from UK, Spain and Brazil amongst the awards in the 2019 DepicT!

Films from UK, Spain and Brazil shared the glory in this year’s Depict – Watershed’s 90 second filmmaking competition – at the recent Encounters Short Film Festival from a shortlist selected from over 1200 entries from 61 different countries. Continue reading View the short short films from UK, Spain and Brazil amongst the awards in the 2019 DepicT!

As soon as Rogue Dancer Productions get back from the UK, we are headed to the TX

As soon as Rogue Dancer Productions get back from the UK, we are headed to the TX Frame X Frame is celebrating Dance on Film for 3 days! Coming up October 4 – 6 in Houston, TX, the Rogue Dancer … Continue reading As soon as Rogue Dancer Productions get back from the UK, we are headed to the TX

“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