Saturday, January 30, 2016

Join me at Dance on Camera !

Two of my short films are official selections in the rich roster of screenings during the 44th Edition of the Dance on Camera Festival co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. You've read about them here as they are created and edited, and later as they travel around the globe. This is your big chance to see them on the big screen!

Tuesday, February 16th at 3:30

Plow Plant Reap (Trailer above)
Against a majestic landscape of rolling farmlands, an all-female community comes together to join in a baptism and a roundelay. With hints of Appalachian Spring and Amish customs, the piece is performed by members of the Slippery Rock University dance department.  13m Tickets

Screening with:
After the Curtain
In Emelie Mahdavian’s After the Curtain, four female dancers battle shifting cultural norms and face increasing disfavor in the Post-Soviet, predominantly Muslim nation of Tajikistan. 

70m Russian, Tajik, and Shugni in English subtitles
Saturday, February 13, 8:00pm
Shorts Program I 
This program includes my Honeymoon, a hot 6 minutes directed by yours truly, with Carlos Gonzalez and Tina Vasquez, and cinematography by Charles Caster-Dudzick. 

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