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DOCF: SHORTS PROGRAM I - HONEYMOON

We spoke to Marta Renzi, choreographer and director of Honeymoon, a hot short film with a surprising twist featuring dancers Carlos Gonzalez and Tina Vasquez. She gave us a sneak peek into her inspiration and process behind the film before we saw it on the big screen.  7 more words

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DOCF: THE OTHER SIDE OF STILLNESS

Each year, the Dance on Camera Festival at Lincoln Center screens one Work-in-Progress. through the Dance Film Association‘s Production Grant, Alexandra Shilling’s latest video project  50 more words

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DOCF: BAJARI

Flamenco is one of the world’s few art forms that is believed to be passed down exclusively through bloodlines. For Barcelona’s Gypsy community, it can’t be learned at a school or on paper. 87 more words

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DOCF: Ballerina Program 1: "Body and Soul"

Audience members of all ages shared their love for Natalia Makarova after a screening of her self-directed Ballerina Program 1: Body and Soul–the first section of a four part BBC Documentary series. 22 more words

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TIFF15: 'Born to Dance' is a delightful Maori Hip Hop Musical

If the sub-genre Maori Hip Hop Musical isn’t enough of a hook to get you to see “Born to Dance,” let me add that it’s heaps of fun. 386 more words

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DANCE HAS A P.R. PROBLEM: Jamie Benson

“Dancing is fun!” Sometimes we all need the reminder, and this episode couldn’t have been a better one. Finally back in Btoven Studio, with dancer, choreographer and marketing professional Jamie Benson, we had some of the most fun yet as we dug deep into topics that ranged from the social purpose of laughter and the paradox of choice to Jamie’s rediscovery of the joy of dancing.  49 more words

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Looking Forward...

Wow, our last post was a while ago…

With all of the numerous activities and events in our lives ready to steal our attention, developing a “creative habit” becomes increasingly difficult, no matter how vital. 135 more words

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