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  • 링컨센터 무용영화제, Dance on Camera(1/31-2/4)
    • Film Society of Lincoln Center
    • Dance on Camera
    • JANUARY 31 – FEBRUARY 4, 2014
    • Walter Reade Theater, 165 W. 65th St.
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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
     
    THE FILM SOCIETY OF LINCOLN CENTER 
    AND DANCE FILMS ASSOCIATION
    ANNOUNCE THE 42nd EDITION OF DANCE ON CAMERA

    JANUARY 31 – FEBRUARY 4, 2014
     
    World premieres include opening night selection of Greg Vander Veer’s
    MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER and closing night is
    Kate Geis’s PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN

     
    Special appearances by director Jonathan Demme, choreographer/dancer
    Bill T. Jones, ballet icon Edward Villella, Olympians Dick Button,
    Dorothy Hammill & Jojo Starbuck, Paris Opera étoile Isabelle Guérin,
    and many more!

     


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     Greg Vander Veer's Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter. Photograph by Thomas Bouchard



    New York, NY, November 18, 2013 – The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association today announced the lineup for the 42nd edition of Dance on Camera. Taking place January 31-February 4, the dance-centric film festival returns to the Film Society for the 18th consecutive year with a world-class array of international dance films, including many world and US premieres.
     
    This year’s offerings includes world premieres of opening night’s selection of Greg Vander Veer’s MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER, a film about influential dance pioneer and administrator Martha Hill, closing night’s selection of Kate Geis’s PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN, a privileged look at the choreographer’s process as he makes his 133rd dance and multiple US and New York premieres on the big screen for the first time.
     
    “We are very excited to further extend the kinship between dance and film by introducing other elements, says Joanna Ney, c0-curator for Dance on Camera. “Special Programs such as Ice Theatre of NY with its focus on artistic skating and collaboration with choreographers, musicians and designers is just one example of bringing a new slant to the dance perspective. More innovation comes from Yak Films with its documentation of global street dance. And we are pleased to showcase Joanna Mendl Shaw’s Equus Projects in a film that brings dancers and horses into a creative union. It’s a new world of possibilities this year.”
     
    This year’s diverse lineup also includes a Spotlight on Ice with the New York premiere of Keri Pickett’s lively documentary THE FABULOUS ICE AGE about the glamorous age of big-scale ice spectaculars and a return engagement of ICE THEATRE OF NY with a brand new program featuring appearances by ice skating legends JoJo Starbuck and Dorothy Hamill, as well as ballet maestro Edward Villella with a premiere of his new ice dance “Reveries.” The festival is also hosting the official NY premiere of Fabrice Herrault’s poetic homage to ballet idol Rudolf Nureyev on the 20th anniversary of his death, and a world premiere of Mary Jane Doherty’s SECUNDARIA, an in-depth look at ballet training from the vantage point of one high school class at the famous National Ballet School in Cuba – known for churning out international stars in the dance world. Kersti Grunditz’ THE MAN BEHIND THE THRONE puts the spotlight on the dance world’s best-kept secret, Vincent Paterson who has worked largely behind-the-scenes for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bjork and more.
     
    “We are also excited to continue the exploration of 3D filmmaking and dance, these two were made for each other, sharing the element of space.  3D technology heightens the depth and detail of space, in it the dancers’ movements acquire sculptural volume, with new cutting edge technology, as seen in Jedediah Wheeler’s, STORY  / TIME 3D, the effect is almost as if you're watching from the front of stage,” says Liz Wolff, co-curator for Dance on Camera.
     
    Many of the films in this year’s selections reflect dance’s new perspective – a trend toward imaginative collaborations (dance and skating, dance and horses, dance and circus), as well as a recognition that dance thrives best in the bosom of a creative community.  While some films present individual artists in all their glory -- such as Rudolf Nureyev, classical Indian dancer Malavika Sarukkai, choreographic genius Paul Taylor, arts administrator Martha Hill, and theater/dance guru Bill T. Jones -- there is also a concentration of artistic endeavors that focus on the idea of group effort and its importance in today’s divided world. So prevalent is this theme that Dance on Camera is proud to present an entire program devoted to the idea of community:  Artists of various stripes connecting to create work that illuminates and inspires.
     
    Tickets will go on sale to members of the Film Society and Dance Films Association on Tuesday, December 10 and to the General Public on Tuesday, December 17. Single screening tickets are $13; $9 for students and seniors (62+); and $8 for members of the Film Society and Dance Films Association. A three-film package is $30; $24 for students and seniors (62+); and $21 for Film Society members. The package discount prices apply with the purchase of tickets to three films or more. An All-Access Pass for $99 is available for purchase exclusively online at www.filmlinc.com. Public Screenings and panels will be held at the Walter Reade Theater (165 West 65th Street) and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (144 West 65th Street). The photo exhibit is at The Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery (165 West 65th Street) & David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center (61 West 62nd Street)
     
     

    FILM DESCRIPTIONS & SCHEDULE

    OPENING NIGHT
    WORLD PREMIERE
    MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER (2014) 80m
    Director: Greg Vander Veer      
    Country: USA        
    Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter tells the inspiring and largely unknown story of a woman whose life was defined by her love for dance. Martha Hill emerges as dance's secret weapon, someone who fought against great odds to establish dance as a legitimate art form in America. Through archival footage, lively interviews with friends and intimates, and rare footage of the spirited subject, the film explores Hills's arduous path from a Bible Belt childhood in Ohio to the halls of academe at NYU and Bennington College to a position of power and influence as Juilliard's founding director of dance (1952-1985).  Peppered with anecdotal material delivered by dance notables who knew her, this revelatory story depicts her struggles and successes, including the battle royal that accompanied her move to the Lincoln Center campus.
    DIRECTOR GREG VANDER VEER AND ADDITIONAL PANELISTS WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Screening with
    HOMEGOINGS: A DANCE (2013) 5m
    Director: Christine Turner
    Country: USA        
    Inspired by the award-winning documentary HOMEGOINGS, this original dance piece finds meaning and beauty in the life cycle.
    Friday, January 31, 8:00pm
     
    CLOSING NIGHT
    WORLD PREMIERE
    PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN (2013) 82m    
    Director: Kate Geis           
    Country: USA        
    Paul Taylor is one of the dance world's most elusive and admired choreographers. For over 50 years, he has only given glimpses into his creative process, but for his 133rd dance, THREE DUBIOUS MEMORIES, he opens the door and allows the filmmaker into his creative process. The dance he is choreographing is a Rashomon-like exploration of memory, three characters entangled in a relationship, each believing only in his own dark memory of it.  The dominant voice in the documentary is Taylor's, and it is alternately soothing, demanding and amused. Between the guarded and unguarded moments, the viewer is witness to a mysterious work ethic that has created some of the most iconic modern dances of our time.
    DIIRECTOR KATE GEIS AND DANCERS FEATURED IN THE FILM WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Tuesday, February 4, 9:00pm
     

    NEW YORK PREMIERE          
    ALL THIS CAN HAPPEN (2012) 50m       
    Director: Siobhan Davies and David Hinton
    Country: UK
    A flickering dance of intriguing imagery brings to light the possibilities of ordinary movements from the everyday which appear, evolve and freeze before your eyes. Made entirely from archive photographs and footage from the earliest days of moving image, “All This Can Happen” follows the footsteps of the protagonist from the short story ‘The Walk’ by Robert Walser. Juxtapositions, different speeds and split frame techniques convey the walker’s state of mind as he encounters a world of hilarity, despair and ceaseless variety.  Hinton is an award winning director who has worked with some of the best known names in contemporary dance, including DV8 Physical Theatre, Siobhan Davies, and Russell Maliphant.
    Screening with
    CROSSWALK  (2013) 4m       
    Director: RJ Muna
    Country: USA
    A crosswalk is a unique place and this short film explores what can happen in it and how it is navigated second by second.  An experimental delight that captures both the routine and the unexpected.
    Screening with
    DERVISHES (2013) 4m
    Diector: RJ Muna
    Country: USA
    A perfectly calibrated study of movement and physical architecture based on the characteristics of circular movement.
    Friday, January 31, 6:15pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    GISELLE (2013) 105m 
    Director: Toa Fraser        
    Country: New Zealand
    Director Toa Fraser brings The Royal New Zealand Ballet to the big screen, capturing their acclaimed production of the ballet classic GISELLE.  Ethan Stiefel and Johan Kobberg have re-staged the production (after Petipa) with an eye toward the inherent drama of the tragic romance. The two-act ballet has been reimagined by Fraser who interweaves the filmed stage performance with behind the scenes moments that hint at a romance between the dancers.  ABT principal Gillian Murphy and RNZ’s Qi Huan perform the doomed lovers with impressive conviction and the second act captures the haunting essence of this enduring masterpiece.
    Sunday, February 2, 8:00pm
     
    WORLD PREMIERE
    HÄSTDANS på HOVDALA  (2013) 60m
    Director:  David Fishel
    Country: USA
    Imagine a life devoted to blending the artistry of dance with the physicality of horsemanship! That is exactly what the unconventional choreographer JoAnna Mendl Shaw has done with Equus Projects. Her previous large-scale works for dancers and horses have been produced throughout the United States.  Now, she takes her company to Sweden to work with new elements and new friends in the rural countryside. Ulrike Michels Nord, director of Klinten Kultur, a company of young adults with autism, opens the way for the American choreographer to create a magical piece that expresses the joys and challenges of bringing together unfamiliar beasts (the new horses), trainers, professional dancers and autistic individuals to make a work of art in a mystical setting—the Hovdala castle and library ruin deep in a forest.  The challenge is to accomplish this feat in just 12 days! 
    SUBJECT MENDL SHAW AND DANCERS WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Screening with
    CARRY IT ON…  (2103) 19m
    Director: Sharon Leahy
    Country: USA
    CARRY IT ON… explores the power and potential of place and our relationship to it. A cast of dancers and musicians explore the human need to gather and connect with their environment.
    Saturday, February 1, 1:00pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    HOW LIKE AN ANGEL (2012) 46m
    Director: Yaron Lifschitz
    Country: UK
    This bold collaboration of music and movement blends Circa's exhilarating brand of contemporary circus with the exquisite sound of I Fagiolini's choral singing.  HOW LIKE AN ANGEL, commissioned by the London 2012 Festival, celebrates the beauty and grandeur of three stunning English cathedrals while displaying the artistry of the circus performers.  Polyphonic Films captures the live performance brilliantly, catching the essence of this ground-breaking collaboration. Film commissioned by The Space in association with BBC.
    Screening with
    WIDOW  (2013) 13m
    Director: Jil Guyon
    Country: USA
    Features an iconic, enigmatic woman encapsulated in a stark, futuristic environment. Gradually she reveals the evolving mystery of her psychological condition, a shifting tableau of personal loss and the struggle for transcendence.
    Tuesday, February 4, 3:00pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    LA PASSION NOUREEV (2013) 56m
    Director: Fabrice Herrault
    Country: USA
    From the moment of his dramatic leap to freedom at Paris' Bourget Airport in 1961, Rudolf Nureyev was embraced as a ballet idol.  On the 20th anniversary of his death, Fabrice Herrault, a notable NY ballet teacher and film collector trained at the Paris Opera Ballet and the Conservatoire, has assembled an impressionistic tribute film that showcases this Byronic artist in some of his peerless early performances through archival footage, much of it previously unseen, revealing "Rudi" at the peak of his powers.  As director of the Paris Opera Ballet, Nureyev guided the careers or rising stars, among them Sylvie Guillem and Isabelle Guérin.  Former Paris Opera Ballet star, Isabelle Guérin, will join the filmmaker and French dance historian Helene Ciolkovitch, to share memories of her mentor. 
    Screening with
    OUBLIER LE TEMPS (2012) 5m      
    Director: Boroka Nagy
    Country: USA
    A young woman notices her shadow, which triggers memories of her past love.
    Screening with
    LOST IN MOTION 2 (2013) 4m
    Director: Ben Shirinian  
    Country:  Canada
    Framed on a highly stylized environment, the film lures the viewer into the world of the performer, brought to life by dancer Heather Ogden, with choreography by Guillaume Coté of the National Ballet of Canada.
    Sunday, February 2, 6:00pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    PRIMA (2013) 57m
    Director: Tatyana Bronstein    
    Country: USA
    Prima is moving portrait of Larissa Ponomarenko, prima ballerina of the Boston Ballet, who has recently hung up her pointe shoes to pursue new avenues of self-expression.  Through flashbacks to her journey from a difficult childhood and rigorous ballet training in Russia to her emergence as the prima ballerina of a leading American ballet company, the film captures Larissa's uniqueness as an artist of many emotional colors.  Now, as she transitions from prima ballerina to mentor to aspiring dancers, she also magically re-invents herself as a dancer, showing a new expressivity and a more modern approach to her art in filmed improvisations in unexpected settings-- a field, a forest, even a subway station!
    DIRECTOR TATYANA BRONSTEIN WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING. 
    Screening with
    ME - STORY OF A PERFORMANCE  (2013) 8m
    Director: Jopsu Ramu     
    Country: Finland
    ME: Story of a Performance is an intriguing collaboration between Finland and Japan. Choreographer/dancer Johanna Nuutinen performs a solo piece, which is photographed from different points of view to a haunting score by Jukka Backlund.
    Monday, February 3, 3:30pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    SECUNDARIA (2013) 96m    
    Director: Mary Jane Doherty   
    Country: USA
    Why are so many world-class ballet companies relying on Cuban dancers? What is special about their training in a society that offers rare opportunities but with with strings attached?  With curiosity and admirable patience, Mary Jo Doherty  follows one high school class for three years through Cuba's famous National Ballet School, focusing principally on two teenagers - Mayara, shy but accomplished,  and Gabriele, the equally talented extrovert.  The quietly riveting film offers a privileged in-depth look at the training and home life of these students, culminating in a dramatic crisis when one dancer decides to take charge of her destiny.
    DIRECTOR MARY JONE DOHERTY WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Screening with

    TIZZY (2013) 3m
    Director: Ysaye McKeever
    Country: USA
    A playful duet between a man and dodge ball, inspired by the form of a 12-bar blues.
    Monday, February 3, 6:00pm
     
    TAP OR DIE (2013) 62m
    Director: Jackie Paré       
    Country: USA
    For decades tap was a hugely popular performance dance form. But is it in crisis?  This film tells the story of a genre through the prism of Derick Grant, an African American choreographer struggling to bring his hip, rousing show to Broadway.  Mentored by the genre's giants, Grant says tap has given him a voice. Indeed, his feet have something to say.  A gallery of talented tappers raise their voices and make their moves, expressing their love for a dance form that may be in need of re-invention through role models and community support. Footage of legendary tappers--Bill Robinson, Honi Coles, Gregory Hines and more, adds pizzazz and interviews with hoofers and experts illuminate.
    DIRECTOR JACKIE PARE WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING. 
    Screening with
    TAP TAP TAP (2013) 8m
    Director: Kenneth Sherman     
    County: Canada
    A dance parody of the infamous Republican Senator Larry Craig's airport washroom sex scandal styled as a 1930's Busby Berkeley film.
    Friday, January 31, 3:30pm
     
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    THE FABULOUS ICE AGE (2013) 73m    
    Director: Keri Pickett
    Country: USA        
    The exciting journey begins in 1915 when a young German skater ignites America’s love with dancing on ice. “The Fabulous Ice Age” chronicles a century of theatrical skating, from Berlin’s Charlotte, to America’s Ice Follies, Ice Capades, Holiday on Ice, and the Sonja Henie shows, illustrating how these big spectaculars dominated live entertainment for decades while, simultaneously depicting one particular skater's quest to share this history. Never before seen footage, photos and rare archival material introduce us to a handful of skaters, producers and entrepreneurs who helped change their world.   
    DIRECTOR KERI PICKETT, FIGURE SKATER/PHOTOGRAPHER/ARCHIVIST ROY BLAKEY (“UNCLE ROY”), FIGURE SKATER RICHARD “MR. DEBONAIR” DWYER WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Sunday, February 2, 1:00
     
    THE MAN BEHIND THE THRONE (2012) 58m
    Director: Kersti Grunditz
    Country: Sweden
    Until now, Vincent Paterson has remained the dance world's best kept secret, avoiding the spotlight and concentrating on the work itself. So it may come as a surprise to learn that he is, as the film's title suggests, the Man behind the careers of superstars Michael Jackson and Madonna, in fact, the inventor of some of their defining dance moves, as well as the choreographer who created the ensemble dance numbers for Bjork and dancers in Lars von Trier's cult classic, Dancer in the Dark.  Through previously unseen rehearsal footage from Paterson's own private collection and iconic films clips that made history (Smooth Criminal, Blonde Ambition and more), the film looks at the private Vincent. From his family oriented Catholic boyhood in suburban Pennsylvania to the glamor factory of Hollywood and the heady experience of choreographing for Cirque de Soleil's Viva Elvis!, this is a personal and professional journey to be savored.
    DIRECTOR KERSTI GRUNDITZ WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.   
    Screening with 
    IT'S A FEELING: DANCING WITH JEFF SELBY (2013) 9m          
    Director: Diana Quinones Rivera        
    Country: USA
    Jeff Selby has found his niche: As a dancer and teacher he inspires others but it could have been different. This engaging short establishes how family support and the love of dance have kept him on track through hard times growing up in a tough Brooklyn neighborhood.  Connecting to the sound of House Music he is moved to create his dynamic trademark New Style Hustle.
    Monday, February 3, 8:30pm
     
    US PREMIERE
    THE UNSEEN SEQUENCE (2013) 69m
    Director: Sumantra Ghosal       
    Country: India
    THE UNSEEN SEQUENCE finds new meanings and renewed vigor in India's classical dance tradition through one dedicated disciple.  Malavika Sarukkai is a celebrated Bharatanatyam dancer rooted in that tradition but imbued with a uniquely contemporary sensibility that she exerts on this prescribed form, turning each performance into a new, revelatory experience.   As a superb interpreter of Bharatanatyam's rhythmic and expressive aspects,  she is the perfect guide for this  investigation  of an ancient art that has evolved from temple dance to court entertainment to a new, more universal model.  Beautifully shot in temples and sacred sites, the film blends interviews, historic footage, and performance to create a truly mind enhancing experience. 
    INTRODUCTION and Q&A with HARI KRISHNAN, A BESSIE NOMIMATED CHOREOGRAPHER AND ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF DANCE AT WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.
    Screening with
    PAS  (2013)            4m
    Director: Charli Brissey & Courtney Harris
    Country:  USA
    This delightful parody draws upon ballet’s codified steps to embody animal qualities. Pas de chat and pas de cheval are ballet staples but take a look at this!
    Friday, January 31, 1:00pm
     

    SHORTS PROGRAMS
     
    The short form is gaining ground as the ideal platform for exploring the relationship between dance and film.  Whatever the mood, explosive (Carly’s Exit) or provocative (2412); bizarre (Magma) or lyrical (No More Worry, No More Blue); exuberant (Momentum) or whimsical (Drawing Blank), these filmmakers dare to push the envelope in original ways.  The selection includes the concrete and the abstract and reveals that filmmakers and choreographers are partnering in exciting new ways.
    Saturday, February 1, 3:30pm
     
    2412  (2013) 8m  
    Director: John T. Williams        
    Country: USA
    A highly controversial and thought-provoking film based on the 1984 G. Edward Griffin interview with EX-KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov discussing ideological subversion in the United States.
     
    CARLY'S EXIT (2013) 7m
    Director: Harry Amies
    Country: UK
    A dramatic and passionate film about one of life's darkest subjects:  A friend is in trouble, bent on self-destructing, but can one save her from herself?
     
    DRAWING BLANK (2012) 6m
    Director: Stefan Verna   
    Country: Canada
    An artist discovers a magical property inside a discarded ink sketch. A miniature dance partner comes to life through the world of paper and ink.
     
    HEALAH DANCING (2013) 5m       
    Director: Eve McConnachie      
    Country: Scotland
    A study in motion as two Scottish Ballet dancers connect and disconnect.  Erik Cavallari and Eve Mutso are the intense couple performing a duet of sensuous contact and electric fury.
     
    MAGMA (2010) 6m       
    Director: Rannvá Káradóttir & Marianna Mørkøre           
    Country: Faroe Islands   
    Shot in the extreme landscapes of the remote Faroe Islands far up in the North Atlantic Ocean, free of dialogue or narrative, this film creates a bizarrely hypnotic atmosphere that recalls images from Swedish master filmmaker Ingmar Bergman.
     
    MOMENTUM (2012) 7m
    Director: Boris Seewald  
    Country: Germany
    For some it is just an ordinary party snack, but for Patrick a tortilla chip started his moment of self-discovery. Through exuberant dancing he shares his inspiration and invites everyone to participate. Even his mother…."
     
    NATURAL SELECTION (2013) 6m
    Director: David Fishel     
    Country: USA
    WORLD PREMIERE
    This amusing film explores one woman's battle against rigid forms. Created for Dances Made to Order.
     
    NO MORE WORRY, NO MORE BLUE (2013) 4m
    Director: Kathy Rose
    Country: USA
    Kathy Rose makes magic with her hand-made art.  In this music video, she offers various visual interpretations of a poetic ballad by Greg Boyer. Here, images of water scenes, paper flying, mysterious figures in a surreal fantasy all combine to create a special universe.
     
    ROOMS (2013) 6m
    Director: Paul Sarvis       
    Country: USA
    Two lives, a youthful one and an elderly one, are juxtaposed in separate yet interlocking images to suggest a relationship between the two even though one may not exist.
     
    RULES OF THE GAME (2013) 9m
    Director: Jeff & Rick Kuperman
    Country: USA
    Trust between four factory workers is severely tested when management turns a watchful eye on them.
     
    THE PERFECT DANCE (2013) 9m
    Director: Anne Elvedal
    Country: Norway
    A woman tries to find a rhythm with different men, but fails again and again until she finds her own. A comic yet moving narrative about finding true love.
     

    DANCE AND COMMUNITY SHORTS PROGRAM
     
    This program is dedicated to those artists who find their inspiration in community. These five short films share some common traits and demonstrate a youthful optimism, as well as a rebellious spirit that once ruled, sadly waned and seems, now, to be springing up in near and distant parts of the globe.  From the rolling hills of West Virginia (Dan’s House) to the rough streets of Dublin’s inner city (The Area), these performers gather to tell their stories or simply express the desire to understand one another despite their differences.
    Sunday, February 2, 3:30pm 
     
    DAN'S HOUSE  (2012) 20m  
    Director: Michelle Fletcher       
    Country: USA
    Inspired by Dan Wagoner, a choreographer with a unique vision, this film is a valentine to a beloved mentor and the choreographic aesthetic he cultivated during the 25 years he directed his company, Dan Wagoner and Dancers. Filmed on location at his 18th century farm house (no electricity!) in rural West Virginia, dancers, family and friends gather and a trio of performers unite to perform a playful, rambunctious series of dances in beautiful outdoor locations, with Wagoner himself as guiding spirit.
     
    GIMP - THE DOCUMENTARY (2011) 14m
    Director: Richard Move  
    Country: USA
    Challenging the prevalent societal precepts about the nature of beauty, the dancer and the dance, this powerful film also makes visible an often invisible demographic, as it captures the creative process, performance and public response to the theatrical dance work "The GIMP Project" by Heidi Latsky Dance. 
     
    JE NE SAIS PLUS QUI A FAIT QUOI  (2013) 9m
    Director: Antoine Renouard      
    Country: France
    This intense movement piece with its seemingly unrelated, disparate characters, all expressing a different state of being, grows more compelling in its arc, reflecting both the absurdity and the necessity of attempted unity in a time of global disorder.
     
    ONDEK  (2013) 6m
    Director: Louis-Martin Charest
    Country: Canada
    A merchant sailor decides to leave behind a life at sea. As he orchestrates what is to be his last night in the company of his crewmates, dancing becomes the means to imprint this momentous time forever.
     
    THE AREA  (2013) 25m
    Director: Ríonach Ní Néill & Joe Lee  
    Country: Ireland
    The Macushla Dance Club for ages 50 and up is a motley group of people from Dublin's rough and tough north inner city, who share a common love of dancing. Their lives are written on this city's streets. Buildings may have gone up and got torn down, but they've excavated their memories from under car-parks, tenements and half-built ruins to share their lives, loves, losses, and most of all, their irrepressible joy for life.
     

    SPECIAL PROGRAMS
     
    ICE THEATRE OF NY
    NEW YORK PREMIERE
    ICE THEATRE OF NY: ENSEMBLE AND COLLABORATION ON ICE  (2013) 90m
    Director: Moira North
    Country: USA
    Last year DOC introduced the innovative work of Ice Theatre through a historical perspective, focusing on the development of ice dancing.  This year, Olympian and US National Pairs Champion JoJo Starbuck looks at the modern day movement of artistic ice ensembles, in particular the John Curry Ice Dancers, with excerpts from his ground-breaking spectaculars and TV specials such as “The Snow Queen” and including his amazing Fred Astaire routine.  ITNY’s founder and director Moira North and artistic director Douglas Webster explore the company’s more recent collaborations, culminating in rehearsal footage and a recorded performance of “Reveries,” choreographed by ballet maestro Edward Villella. 
    ICE SKATING LEGENDS & OLYMPIANS DICK BUTTON, DOROTHY HAMILL & JOJO STARBUCK, ITNY’S FOUNDER & DIRECTOR MOIRA NORTH, ITNY ARTISTIC DIRECTOR DOUGLAS WEBSTER, CHOREOGRAPHER EDWARD VILLELLA WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Saturday, February 1, 6:15pm
     
    YAK FILMS
    YAK FILMS, an international production team, is synonymous with a unique style of street-based documentation of the global dance movement. This visual wrecking crew uses multimedia to share the talents of young people around the world. Their work with urban dance began with the legendary TURF FEINZ crew from Oakland, CA, innovators of the TURF dancing style. DOC will be presenting a special program of unseen footage shot at international dance events in New York, Russia, Germany, Dresden, Korea and Japan.
    FILMMAKERS WILL ATTEND THE SCREENING.
    Saturday, February 1, 8:30pm
     
    WORLD PREMIERE
    STORY / TIME 3D (2013) 70m
    Director: Jedediah Wheeler      
    Country: USA
    In January, 2012 the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company presented the world premiere of “Story/Time”, a new work commissioned by Peak Performances at Montclair State University. This new piece, inspired by John Cage’s landmark work “Indeterminacy”, challenged existing notions of dance and storytelling through the company’s masterful dancing and Jones’ performance of 60 one-minute long tales from his journals. During the premiere run the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) filmed the production using state-of-the-art 3D cameras, with plans to present dance performance in a brand-new way. Join us and witness Bill T. Jones as you’ve never seen him before. 3-D Production Services Provided by NHK Cosmomedia America, Inc.
    The film will be followed by a panel discussion to further explore capturing dance in 3D. The panel will bring together top industry professionals to discuss why dance and 3D cinema were made for each other. PANELISTS INCLUDE BILL T. JONES, JEDEDIAH WHEELER, NHK COSMOMEDIA AMERICA, INC. PRODUCER NAGAMITSU ENDO AND MORE. 
    Tuesday, February 4, 6:00pm
     

    ART EXHIBIT – FURMAN GALLERY & DAVID RUBENSTEIN ATRIUM
    Exhibit by Klaus Lucka
    Perceptual Motion, an interactive exhibit by internationally renowned photographer and filmmaker, Klaus Lucka, is the transformation and addition of a new dimension to dancers’ performances; a process which began with layering both audio and video to create a new art form.
    January 30 to February 5
     

    FREE PANEL DISCUSSIONS & SCREENINGS:
    Curriculum for Dance Film 
    Dance on Camera Co-Curator, Liz Wolff and Dance Films Association, Executive Director, Christy Park lead a roundtable discussion to explore the incorporation of dance and film in higher education curriculum in an academic setting where dance and film already exist independently. Guest speakers include Amy Yopp-Sullivan, Jedediah Wheeler, Paul Galado, Timothy Cowart.
    Friday, January 31, 5:00pm
     
    Sebastian Rich: Bullets to Broadway 
    After thirty years of filming and photographing the world’s most violent wars and conflicts, award-winning British photographer Sebastian Rich is turning his lens to something more beautiful but no less powerful – the world of dance.  Sebastian will join choreographer Igal Perry and Liz Wolff, Dance on Camera Curator, to explore his photography and his journey from bullets to ballet.
    **An exhibit of Rich’s dance photographs will be on display at Peridance Capezio Center at 126 East 13th Street, New York, where Sebastian spent time photographing the Peridance Company. This panel and the exhibit are made possible through the generous support of the Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
    Saturday, February 1, 5:00pm
     
    Meet the Artist with Jonathan Demme 
    Director Jonathan Demme joins Dance on Camera for the a recurring Meet the Artist series, a program which provides audiences a dynamic opportunity to learn from a filmmaker's expertise with a particular focus on the influence and inclusion of dance film within the filmmaker's body of work.
    Tuesday, February 4, 5:00pm
     
    Student Film Competition
    For a third year, DFA invites high school students throughout the five boroughs to submit dance films between 1-5 minutes in length for Capturing Motion NYC, a student film competition. This program will feature the top five juried student films and will include a panel discussion about the student's processes. The winning student filmmaker's work will be screened within closing night's program.
    Friday, January 31st, 4:00p
                                              
     
    PUBLIC SCREENING SCHEDULE FOR DANCE ON CAMERA 2014
     
    Screenings will take place at Walter Reade Theater, 165 W. 65th St. 
    Panel discussions will take place at Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater,
     144 W. 65th St. 
     
    Friday, January 31
    1:00PM         THE UNSEEN SEQUENCE (69m) w/PAS (3m)
    3:30PM         TAP OR DIE (62m) w/ Tap, Tap, Tap (8m)
    4:00PM         STUDENT FILM COMPETITION (60m)
    5:00PM         FREE PANEL DISCUSSION: CURRICULUM FOR DANCE FILM
    6:15PM         ALL THIS CAN HAPPEN (50m) w/CROSSWALK (4m), DERVISHES (3m)
    8:00PM         OPENING NIGHT – MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER (80m) w/Homegoings The Dance (5m)
     
    Saturday, February 1
    1:00PM         HÄSTDANS på HOVDALA (60m) w/CARRY IT ON (19m)
    3:30PM         SHORTS PROGRAM (72m)
    5:00PM         FREE PANEL DISCUSSION: SEBASTIAN RICH: BULLETS TO BROADWAY
    6:15PM         ICE THEATRE OF NY w/panel discussion (95m)
    8:30PM         YAK FILMS (90m)
     
    Sunday, February 2 
    1:15PM          THE FABULOUS ICE AGE (73m)
    3:30PM         DANCE & COMMUNITY SHORTS (72m)
    6:00PM         LA PASSION NOUREEV (56m) w/OUBLIER LE TEMPS (5m), LOST IN MOTION (3m)
    8:00PM         GISELLE (105m)
     
    Monday, February 3
    3:30PM         PRIMA (57m) w/ME, STORY OF A PERFORMER (8m)
    6:00PM         SECUNDARIA (96m) w/TIZZY (3m)
    8:30PM         THE MAN BEHIND THE THRONE (58m) w/IT’S A FEELING – DANCING WITH JEFF SELBY (9m)
     
    Tuesday, February 4
    3:00PM         HOW LIKE AN ANGEL (46m) w/WIDOW (12m)
    5:00PM         FREE PANEL DISCUSSION: MEET THE ARTIST WITH JONATHAN DEMME
    6:00PM         STORY/TIME 3D (70m) w/panel discussion (40m)
    9:00PM         CLOSING NIGHT – PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN (82m) w/STUDENT FILM WINNER (15m)
     

    Film Society of Lincoln Center
    Founded in 1969 to celebrate American and international cinema, the Film Society of Lincoln Center works to recognize established and emerging filmmakers, support important new work, and to enhance the awareness, accessibility and understanding of the moving image. Film Society produces the renowned New York Film Festival, a curated selection of the year's most significant new film work, and presents or collaborates on other annual New York City festivals including Dance on Camera, Film Comment Selects, Human Rights Watch Film Festival, LatinBeat, New Directors/New Films, NewFest, New York African Film Festival, New York Asian Film Festival, New York Jewish Film Festival, Open Roads: New Italian Cinema and Rendez-vous With French Cinema. In addition to publishing the award-winning Film Comment Magazine, Film Society recognizes an artist's unique achievement in film with the prestigious "Chaplin Award." The Film Society's state-of-the-art Walter Reade Theater and the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, located at Lincoln Center, provide a home for year round programs and the New York City film community.
     
    The Film Society receives generous, year-round support from Royal Bank of Canada, Jaeger-LeCoultre, American Airlines, The New York Times, Stonehenge Partners, Stella Artois, illy café, the Kobal Collection, Trump International Hotel and Tower, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts.
     
    For more information, visit www.filmlinc.com and follow @filmlinc on Twitter.
     
    Dance Films Association
    Under the direction of Christy Park, Executive Director, Dance Films Association is dedicated to furthering the art of dance film. Connecting artists and organizations, fostering new works for new audiences, and sharing essential resources, DFA seeks to be a catalyst for innovation in and preservation of dance on camera. This membership service organization was founded in 1956 by Susan Braun.
     
    Dance on Camera is made possible with the support of the National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Capezio Ballet Makers Dance Foundation Inc., visit www.dancefilms.org.
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