Lost and Found: International Shorts 2
The second shorts program features a collection of international films curated around the theme of “lost and found,” where the dramatic experience of getting lost, whether in the vast beauty of the expansive countryside, the comfort of a familiar place, or through being subjected to the perils of war, hopelessness, and even madness is offset by the transformative reassurance of finding oneself again. Films from South Africa, Germany, Argentina, France, and more make up this collection.
Friday, October 21 | 9:30 pm
Single Ticket: $15 (Students: $13, ID required)
Disco(Germany, 2016) 2:09
Director: Boris Seewald
Choreographer: Simone Schmidt, Althea Corlett A handmade dance video of 1,250 paintings on paper.
Through the Eyes of My Meal(USA, 2016) 6:29
Director: Jordan Taylor Fuller
Choreographer: Katherine Maxwell
View Trailer A contemporary dance film investigating vulnerability and betrayal.
Coire Ruadh(UK, 2015) 10:10
Director: Simon Fildes and Katrina McPherson
Choreographer: Robbie Synge, Ruth Janssen, Frank McConnell
View Trailer Coire Ruadh in the Scottish Highlands. A line is drawn on a map. the border of wild or not wild. Three dance artists’ responses at the same location at different times of year.
Rebellion & Johannesburg(Germany, 2015) 4:47
Director: Leila El-Kayem
Choreographer: Jessica Nupen
View Trailer A provocative dance film, based on a production of the same name, telling a story of xenophobia, violence, and resilience against the backdrop of the 2012 Marikane mining massacre in Rustenburg, South Africa.
Promenade(Argentina, 2015) 8:50
Director: Cirila Luz Ferron
Choreographer: Florencia Olivieri
View Trailer Promenade brings together dance, video, and architecture with the aim of finding new interpretations of space.
Indigo Grey: The Passage(USA, 2015) 7:00
Director: Sean Robinson
View Trailer A young boy’s discovery of a mysterious gas mask provides a glimpse into an alternate reality.
Relapse(USA, 2016) 3:07
Director: Stéphane Glynn
Choreographer: Stéphane Glynn & Kelly Bruce A short experimental dance film featuring a dancer slowly falling into an all-encompassing darkness.
Ravages(Canada, 2015) 13:58
Director: Alan Lake
Choreographer: Alan Lake
View Trailer Ravages tells a kind of abstract tale, inviting the viewer to dive into the raw and fragile world of a symbolic epic where the human confronts what is perishable or unchangeable.
The Demiurge #1 (La Démiurge #1)(Italy, 2015) 1:10
Director: Alain El Sakhawi
Choreographer: Alain El Sakhawi – collaborating: Valeria Zampardi, Fernando Roldan Ferrer
View Trailer A young mischievous girl plays with her victim.
Being and Nothingness(Canada, 2016) 8:29
Director: Alejandro Alvarez Cadilla
Choreographer: Guillaume Côté
View Trailer A reflection in dance of a key theme in Jean-Paul Sartre’s existential philosophy. Featuring National Ballet of Canada Prima Ballerina Greta Hodgkinson.
Evoke(USA, 2015) 3:00
Director: Alexander Gabrielli
View Trailer Two ageless figures awaken and move together for a brief but intimate moment in time.