[UN] W.R.A.P.: Dance Cinema (2017)

[UN] W.R.A.P.: Dance Cinema (2017)

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Sep 22-24, 2017

[UN] W.R.A.P.: Dance Cinema (2017)

What is dance cinema and how has it evolved? Find out at a weekend of film screenings, live multimedia performances and interactive panels with performers, filmmakers and scholars from the field.

Sponsored by the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema.

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Friday, Sept. 22

7 p.m.: Live pre-show installation begins
7:30 p.m.: Program A (see below)
Live performance of “Father’s Day/Free Land in KS” by Joy French

Saturday, Sept. 23

1:30 p.m.: Live pre-show installation begins
2 p.m.: Program B (see below)
Premiere of “Wild-er-ness” by Anna Baer
Discussion panel with Anna Baer and Heike Salzer
7 p.m.: Live pre-show installation begins
7:30 p.m.: Program B (see below)
Live performance of “Wild-er-ness” by Anna Baer
Discussion panel with Anna Baer and Heike Salzer

Sunday, Sept. 24

1:30 p.m.: Live pre-show installation begins
2 p.m.: Program A (see below)
Live performance of “Father’s Day/Free Land in KS” by Joy French

Program A

“Separate Sentences,” directed by Amie Dowling and Austin Forbord
“re: to resolve,” directed by Olivia Dwyer
“Wake,” directed by Katherine Macnaughton
“SEE I OBEY,” Directed by Jouka Valkama
“Stopgap in Stop Motion,” directed by Stephen Featherstone
“Women in Cities,” directed by Rosie Trump
“Chimera,” directed by Steven Briand
“COLD STORAGE,” directed by Thomas Freundlic

Program B

“Wild-er-ness,” directed by Ana Baer and Heike Salzer
“Dear Good Son,” directed by Or Meir Schraiebr and Omri Drumlevich
“SONDER,” directed by Simona Deaconescu
“Amuse,” directed by Ivo van Aart
“GIMP GAIT,” directed by Pioneer Winter and Tabatha Mudra
“TAKE YOUR TIME,” directed by Max Sachar and Natasha Adorlee Johnson
“We Shall Trip The Light Fantastic,” directed by Lucy Cash
“Beloved,” directed by Joy French
“JONAH,” directed by Andrew Michael Ellis
“COLD STORAGE,” directed by Thomas Freundlich

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Join us a half hour before the show for installation projects in and around the Charlotte York Irey Theatre. 

News and Reviews

"Dance is at the center of most of these films, but they're just as often about nature, cultural connections or relationships — things everyone can relate to."

Jill Kimball, CU Presents

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News and Reviews

The event offers a dynamic that's simultaneously homegrown and international, with featured works by filmmakers from Romania, Israel, the United Kingdom and beyond.

A.H. Goldstein, Daily Camera

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News and Reviews

"We're trying to open the window for what dance film is; we're trying to develop an audience for our filmmakers."

A.H. Goldstein, Daily Camera

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