Monthly Archives: May 2009

Using Choreography in Cinedance

By Dawn Paap Given all the possibilities of dance on screen, choreographers for the camera have a multitude of ways to keep us astonished.  Fortunately, the creative interaction between film technique and dance are endless.  In the emerging field of … Continue reading

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Announcing Movement Media’s Weekly Online Videodance Contest on Move the Frame blog

Starting Friday June 5th, Pentacle’s Movement Media will showcase winners of a new weekly online videodance contest here on Move the Frame blog. Continue reading

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Creating a Lexicon for Screendance

If you are obsessed with dance film, as I am, you probably notice dance pop up all the time in mainstream media – in commercials, music videos, movie musicals, experimental films, and even in the middle of sitcoms. All of these are established genres in which dance has and continue to thrives in today, so why bother establishing a separate category for dance film that no one knows about? Continue reading

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Internet killed the Video Star: An Evening at Monkey Town

On April 24th Movement Research presented “Internet Killed the Video Star”, a night of dance video work created by performers, choreographers, and visual artists was as part of their Spring Roll Call festival at Monkey Town in Williamsburg. Continue reading

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Is it Live or Is it Cinedance?

Next week, on May 13th at Kinetic Cinema, Victoria Murphy will present a provocative talk and screening in which she proposes a way to define and think about what cinedance is and is not. Continue reading

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