Buzz is spreading about our Kinetic Cinema program tonight featuring Dance Animation picks by Doug Fox, founder and blogger of Great Dance. I’ve been lucky enough to get some advance peeks and can attest that each of the seventeen short works being shown tonight is more beautiful and jaw-dropping than the next. It’s a smorgasbord of delights for the visual and kinetically inclined…
But don’t take my word for it. Here’s what some other folks are saying:
Amber Dawn Connors interviews Doug Fox about his program on Dancing on the Edge.
Claudia La Rocco admits she’s actually hopeful and excited about seeing a “dance for the camera” program on WNYC’s ART.CULT blog.
Taylor Gordon, a young, spitfire dance writer recommends you come out tonight on her Off Center blog.
Even the animation industry is taking notice! Check out this post on the ASIFA-East Exposure Sheet blog…
Up-date 2/11 at 12:55pm – Here’s a post by The Urgent Artist’s Sarah A.O. Rosner. I think she really captures the essence of what I’m trying to do with Kinetic Cinema here, which is a great validation!
Last but not least, here are all the details to go:
A Survey of Dance and Animation with Doug Fox
304 Boerum Street, Buzzer #11
Brooklyn, NY 11206
DIRECTIONS: L TRAIN to Morgan Avenue
Exit the BACK of the train, Turn LEFT outside the station,
Turn LEFT onto Boerum Street
(Chez Bushwick is roughly 80 steps from the station)
Click here for Google map
Kinetic Cinema is a screening series of Pentacle’s Movement Media project that happens on the second Wednesday of each month at Chez Bushwick. Exploring the intersection of dance and the moving image, Anna Brady Nuse, project director of Pentacle’s Movement Media, invites a special guest from the dance and film communities to share films and videos that have inspired them. These could be films that feature dance, are kinetic-based, or have been influential on their work in some way.