International Shorts 3

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International Shorts 3

Storytelling: Five short narratives of love, loss, oppression and exuberance told through dance.

Saturday, October 10 | 9:30 pm

Brava Theater Center, 2781 24th Street, San Francisco
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Single Ticket: $15 (Students: $13, ID required)
 

Eventbrite - Screening: International Screendance Shorts 3

San Francisco Dance Film,  Director: Wilkie BransonLittle Dreams

(Belgium, 2015) 6:04
Director: Wilkie Branson
Choreographer: Wilkie Branson
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A dance animation about dreams, fears, and aspirations.

San Francisco Dance Film, The Birch Grove, Director: Gabrielle LansnerThe Birch Grove

(USA, 2015) 20:12
Director: Gabrielle Lansner
Choreographer: Lansner Company
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Caught between love and death, two brothers wrestle with their past in a dance towards reconciliation.

San Francisco Dance Film, Edifice, Director: Irmak Karasu, Choreographer: Hazal KiziltoprakEdifice

(Turkey, 2014) 12:30
Director: Irmak Karasu
Choreographer: Hazal Kiziltoprak
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The story of a woman’s revolt against the moral values which are imposed by society. The characters question the social trauma inflicted upon their bodily memories.

San Francisco Dance Film Fest, Det Skal Danses Væk (Danced Off the Ground), Director: Maia Elisabeth Sørensen, Choreographer: Sigurd Johan HeideDanced Off the Ground (Det Skal Danses Væk)

(Denmark, 2014) 4:32
Director: Maia Elisabeth Sørensen
Choreographer: Sigurd Johan Heide
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A boy walks through his school seeing visions of his classmates dancing in hallways, staircases, and restrooms.

San Francisco Dance Film, Une courte histoire de la folie (A short History of Madness, Director: Isabelle Hayeur, Choreographer: Virginie BrunelleA Short History of Madness (Une courte histoire de la folie) *

(Canada, 2014) 27:00
Director: Isabelle Hayeur
Choreographer: Virginie Brunelle
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Bringing together contemporary dance and architecture in a series of six pieces, A Short History of Madness evokes the history of treatment of mental illness.

* Co-presented by Consulate General of Canada / Cultural Services of the Consulate General of France in San Francisco | back to festival schedule

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