https://mailchi.mp/43cbb8e6e0cb/0n26w13hgg-2461233?e=5feaee102c FilmFest by Rogue Dancer: ADULT-ing Sun Feb 23 – 6:30 pm doors / 7 pm screening FilmFest by Rogue Dancer is the DANCE film festival offering a monthly theme curated on-line screening exclusively for DANCE Films only, linking up with venues … Continue reading SHADOWBOX Studio Presents Rogue Dancers at the Box!
Dear Dance Filmmaker, FilmFest by Rogue Dancer has been a dream for a long time. We are thrilled that it is in the world and has been rolled out so smoothly. The goal is to present as many of the … Continue reading A Message from the Curator
WALLPAPERS wins!!! Please enjoy!!! https://www.dmoffest.com/single-post/Wallpapers Rogue Dancer Productions is so thankful to the incredible team of artists that is helpeing to produce these very special films. Special thanks to Jeff Roll, who pulled me out of the middle of nowhere … Continue reading Best Female Director for WALLPAPERS
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
I feel so much joy. I have married my HeART friend and collaborator in Life, Love and ART Christopher Scully-Thurston. Rogue Dancer and HyMettus Woods have merged. And we literally had the most magical of evenings. Instead of portraits for our … Continue reading Rogue Dancer & HyMettus Woods got Hitched!
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
DURHAM, N.C. – Rogue Dancer Productions, a dance film and arts events production company, will present a new Third Friday Durham Dance Series event in December. This is an evening of MOVEMENT: An ARTS Crossover Event and will feature 5 artists, all from Durham and the surrounding Triangle and Triad regions. Event will take place at Empower Dance Studio, 109 W. Parrish St. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for art viewing. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. and repeat at 9 p.m. on the third Friday of December. Audiences will be able to watch performances for free, similar to other Third Friday Durham offerings. Artists always appreciate donations to support the work they do. Continue reading Rogue Dancer Productions Presents: MOVEMENT: An ARTS Crossover Event (Third Friday Durham Dance Series)
I am not versed in dance theory or history, and so when I see a dance performance, the only basis I have for a response is my visceral experience— did I feel the performers connected with me and held my … Continue reading My View: “Wallpapers” by Evan O’Sullivan
I have seen video used in dance work before, but never like this. The images aren’t just pretty pictures used as background, taking up space or creating a mood. They are the environment in which the performers exist. The pool of projections is the landscape the performers interact with and the repeated images of the dancers make up an entire company. The illusion is so great that much of the time the audience can’t discern which bodies, or body parts, are physically on stage. Continue reading Bridgman/Packer: A Company of Three by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully