Monday, October 25, 2010

Film Screening "a movement point of view"

'a movement point of view' is a short film directed by Elizabeth Atwell in Tbilisi, Georgia at the end of her Fulbright study. The 15-min short explores themes such as decay, germination, urbanization and development through the medium of dance. Born of the belief that movement crosses bridges between languages, cultures and the soul, this film features a cast of trained and untrained female dancers. This diverse multigenerational cast make use of various dance genres including modern, Georgian folk, site-specific choreography, guided improvisation and pedestrian movement.

Additionally, local dancers Amanda Kurtz, Chelsea Goettge and Darcy Shaffner will be presenting pieces of original choreography as works-in-progress!
Live dance performance: "The Blocks We Build, the Building We Block", choreography by Chelsea Goettge ~ danced by Chelsea Goettge and Amanda Kurtz ~ work-in-progress.

Live dance performance: "Vivaldi Progression", choreography by Amanda Kurtz ~ danced by Chelsea Goettge and Darcy Shaffner ~ work-in-progress

FREE ADMISSION! Q&A/Talkback sessions to follow presentations.