Category Archives: screenings/events
We are very close to having the UMove Online Videodance Festival up here and ready for viewing for the entire month of October. At the same time we will be launching a brand new Move the Frame blog! We’re just putting on the finishing touches, so please check back soon! Continue reading
Bringing our Videodance Film Festival directly to your computer, lap top, and mobile phone! At the festival link (movetheframe.com) audiences can view the selected program and browse the complete catalogue of over 50 festival submissions. Attend the Launch party in NYC October 4th and celebrate these artists. Enjoy an evening of music, dance performances, and selected dance films during our 7:30 and 9:30 screenings.
Pentacle’s Movement Media announces the First Annual UMove Online Videodance Festival from October 1-31, 2009 on the web and at select screening locations across the US and around the world in 2009-10. Continue reading
The Open Video Conference was a two-day gathering of more than 800 global leaders in technology, business, public policy, art, and activism to explore the future of video on the web. Entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, technologists, policy-makers, hackers, academics, and others spoke to promote the Open Source Video Movement and shared the ways in which they are pushing the boundaries of online video technology. Continue reading
We wanted to provide you with the program notes and videos that Boris Willis presented at Kinetic Cinema, on June 10th at Chez Buskwick. Since his program was about dancevlogging, all the videos he showed are available online, which we have provided the links to. Coincidentally, Willis organized his videos along the theme of amateur/professional, fitting perfectly with our first Weekly Videodance Contest. Continue reading
Join us for the last Kinetic Cinema of the season featuring Boris Willis, a dancer, choreographer, video-maker and blogger based in Washington DC. Willis will explore the phenomena of dance vlogs (video blogs about dance) and present works by of some of the most notable and prolific dance vloggers today. Continue reading