SFDFF On The Road
PROGRAM 5: Local Shorts (LS16)
Selected from our 2016 Fall Festival, this collection of screen dance shorts was made by or features SF Bay Area artists, and is accessible for any audience.
Director: Ezra Hurwitz
Choreographer: Justin Peck
View Film An original short-film adaptation of Justin Peck’s ballet, In the Countenance of Kings. Filmed on location in the old 16th Street Train Station in Oakland with music by Sufjan Stevens.
Director: Rachael Lincoln and Amelia Rudolph
Choreographer: Amelia Rudolph
View Film Bay Area vertical dance company BANDALOOP journeys across the Sierras using climbing technology to access back-country sites including a 2,900-foot dance wall. BANDALOOP challenges the boundaries of site-specific performance, re-imagining what dance can be and where it can take place.
Director: Carmen Roman
Choreographer: Carmen Roman Set in the vibrant Peruvian town of El Carmen, this film highlights the people, town, and dance legacy of African descendants in Peru.
The Wind Telephone(USA, 2016) 6:20
Director: Joe Stillwater
Choreographer: Nicole Klaymoon
Director: Tytus Bergstrom
Choreographer: Tytus Bergstrom Fantasy about playing hooky from work and the surprise events that follow when leaving the house.
Director: Austin Forbord, Amie Dowling
Choreographer: Amie Dowling, Natalie Greene
View Film Dance/theater film that addresses the cycle of incarceration in families by drawing upon individual experiences and physical memories of a cast of formerly incarcerated men and their sons.
Director: Ben Estabrook & Amy Seiwert
Choreographer: Amy Seiwert A morality play exploring anticipation and the ’70s.
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