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DELIRIOUS Dances / Edisa Weeks’ THREE RITES: Liberty (work-in-progress)

In this solo performance installation, Edisa Weeks is connected like a puppet to objects that have informed the Black experience in America, alternating between white face, black face and visceral dance to question what liberty means.

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THREE RITES: Liberty | Photo credit: Lance J. Reha

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In this solo performance installation, Edisa Weeks is connected like a puppet to objects that have informed the Black experience in America, alternating between white face, black face and visceral dance to question what liberty means.

THREE RITES: Liberty is an installation which will ultimately be comprised of one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five roots, representing the year that legalized chattel slavery ended in America. The roots are made of paper and twine and dangle from the ceiling to the floor. The audience physically separates and moves through the roots to find open spaces containing reflections on liberty. For example: hanging retablos with portraits and quotes by whistle blowers such as Edward Snowden and Marsha Coleman-Adebayo and a totem pole of TV monitors with video of various civic protests in America. The installation includes a performance by Edisa Weeks where she is connected like a puppet to objects that have informed the Black experience in America, alternating between white face, black face and visceral dance to question what liberty means.

General Admission: Seated

Edisa Weeks is a Brooklyn, NY-based choreographer, educator, and founder of Delirious Dances. She creates multi-media interdisciplinary work that merges theater with dance to explore our deepest desires, darkest fears, and sweetest dreams. Her work has been performed at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Emory University, Inside/Out at Jacob’s Pillow, Works & Process at the Guggenheim Museum, Harlem Stage, The Kennedy Center, The Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts, Materials for the Arts, The Mermaid Parade, The National Black Arts Festival, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Summerstages Dance Festival, as well as swimming pools, storefront windows, senior centers, sidewalks, and living rooms. She grew up in Uganda, Papua New Guinea and Brooklyn, NY. She has a BA from Brown University, and received a full fellowship to attend New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she obtained an MFA in choreography. She has had the pleasure of performing with Annie–B Parsons Big Dance Theater, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co., Dance Brazil, Jane Comfort, Jon Kinzel, Muna Tseng, Reggie Wilson Fist & Heel Performance Group, Sally Silvers, and Spencer/Colton Dance, among others. She teaches improvisation, technique, and choreography at Queens College.

Creative Advisor James Scruggs is a writer, performer, producer and arts administrator who creates large scale topical, theatrical, multi-media work usually focused on inequity or gender politics. He was awarded a 2016 NJSCA Fellowship for artistic excellence, a 2016 Creative Capital Grant, and a 2015 MAP Grant to create 3/Fifths, a piece exploring race and racism today. 3/Fifths was a “Must See” production in The NY Times; Timout stated: “The insidious brilliance of SupremacyLand lies in the way that Scruggs, co-opts the conventions of immersive theater to deliver a powerful message.”It premiered and ran for the month of May, 2017 at 3LD Art & Technology Center in NYC. He conceived, wrote and produced 3/Fifths. It was inspired by Disposable Men, his 2005 multi-media solo performance work, which juxtaposed images from Hollywood monster movies with the harsh reality of the historical treatment of black men in America. It was produced by HERE Arts Center. Previous theatrical works include Touchscape, An Emotional Striptease; Tickets To Manhood and more recently Deepest Man, an experimental work with a 3D holographic projection surface exploring freediving as a cure for grief. He’s a consultant and Fieldwork facilitator for The Field, and is also currently a Professional Development Program facilitator for Creative Capital.  James Scruggs has a BFA in Film from School of Visual Arts.

THREE RITES: Liberty is produced as part of the BRIClab Residency. BRIClab is a commissioning and residency program that offers local artists time and space to explore and expand the possibilities of their work in music, dance, theater and multi-disciplinary performance. Work-in-progress showings, presented with moderated artist-audience dialogues, open artists’ process and creativity to BRIC’s diverse public. 

Venue Information:

The intimate, flexible studio space within BRIC House is dedicated to emerging and mid-career artists, with an audience capacity of 50-75 for rehearsals and performances in a workshop setting.

For ticketed events, the Box Office opens one hour prior to show time. Advanced tickets can be purchased online or by phone at 877-987-6487.

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Dance! Talks online! MoBBallet ! Panel discussion 10/28 in Philly

MoBBallet with Support from The John L. Knight Foundation and in Partnership with The Painted Bride Arts Center Presents

 

AND STILL THEY ROSE:

THE LEGACY OF BLACK PHILADELPHIANS IN BALLET

 

A Video Series Profiling Key Black Philadelphian Ballerinas

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MoBBallet announces the launch of “And Still They Rose: The Legacy of Black Philadelphians in Ballet” an online video series that tells the stories of the early dance training of Judith Jamison, Joan Myers Brown and Delores Brownethree black classically trained ballerinas who speak candidly about their time training with trailblazers such as Sydney King and Marion Cuyjet who helped break down barriers by training and championing black ballet dancers.

The video series will launch online on October 22, 2017. A panel discussion taking place October 28th from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Philadelphia’s The Painted Bride Center will allow for in depth dialogue of the early dance experiences of Joan Myers Brown and Delores Brown. Black ballet dancers working professionally in the field will also be present to share their perspective on the current state of diversity in ballet.

Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet (MoBBallet), a groundbreaking legacy project documenting and transforming conversations around black ballet artists, heralds the completion of its inaugural video installation “And Still They Rose: The Legacy of Black Philadelphians in Ballet.”  Highlighting Joan Myers Brown, Delores Brown and Judith Jamison, three Black Philadelphian dancers who were classically trained, the video installation will be released on MoBBallet’s website October 22, 2017. A corresponding panel discussion, moderated by MoBBallet’s founder Theresa Ruth Howard, and featuring Joan Myers Brown and Delores Brown, will take place at Philadelphia’s The Painted Bride Arts Centeron October 28.The installation and panelwill bring to proper light the history of Black Philadelphians in classical ballet through a recounting of their dance training and careers.

The online digital installation outlines branches of the family tree of ballet that formed during a dynamic time in Philadelphia’s cultural and social history, where the ever-present lines of racial segregation would often blur within the city’s vibrant art scene. Through Myers Brown, Brown, and Jamison’s candid stories, we learn about their early dance training with trailblazers such as Sydney King, Marion Cuyjet, and world renown English choreographer Antony Tudor. Their experiences disprove the myth that blacks did not study ballet, or were not proficient enough to dance professionally—their accounts shed light on why so few from that era did.

“These iconic women and their stories are a master class on the intersectionality of ballet and blackness, in a Philadelphia that was transforming through the Great Migration,” states Theresa Ruth Howard. “The Painted Bride—whose commitment to the artist’s role in the community and artistic diversity—was a natural choice for the panel discussion.”

“And Still They Rose: The Legacy of Black Philadelphians in Ballet” was made possible by a grant from Knight Foundation. The Painted Bride, also a Knight Foundation grant recipient, will house a visual exhibit of photographic portraits by Eva Muelleron display during the panel event. Black ballet dancers currently working professionally in the field will also be present at The Painted Bride event to discuss the current state of diversity in Ballet.

Mobballet’s digital archives include a Family Tree tracing black ballet dancers from Essie Marie Dorsey to present. The “And Still They Rose” video series—which includes three videos detailing each dancer’s story, and a compilation video showcasing their teachers—joins the digital archive. Historical essays on the women, as well as archival photos and materials, are also part of the exhibit.

EVENT SCHEDULE AND DETAILS

And Still They Rose will take place on October 28th from 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. at The Painted Bride Arts Center. RSVP is free but donations are welcome: https://paintedbride.org/events/still-rose-legacy-black-philadelphians-ballet/

 

VENUE DETAILS

The Painted Bride Arts Center is located at 230 Vine Street in Philadelphia, PA. SEPTA bus routes No. 17, 33, 44, and 48 run East to West on Market Street and No. 57 runs North on 3rd Street and South on 4th Street. Venue telephone contact is: 215.925.9914

ABOUT MOBBALLET

Memoirs of Blacks in Ballet (MoBBallet) is a non-profit organization that is building a digital archive where the history of blacks in professional ballet can be preserved. Founded by ballerina Theresa Ruth Howard, MoBBallet facilitates authentic dialogues on diversity, equality and aesthetics through workshops, panels and video profiles of both iconic and emerging black ballet dancers. The online archive provides timelines of important moments in the history of black ballet and juxtaposes them against key moments in world history. The Roll Call initiative is an ever-expanding list of black ballet dancers past and present –E-Zine brings visibility to issues that loom large in both the ballet world and society such as diversity and inclusion.

ABOUT THERESA RUTH HOWARD

Founder of MoBBallet, Theresa Ruth Howard is an expert and advocate on the issue of diversity in Ballet. She has sat on panels for Dance/USA, Dance/NYC, Collegium for African Diaspora Dance at Duke University, and collaborated with International Association of Blacks in Dance in the planning and facilitation of the first Ballet Audition for female ballet dancers of color. A former member of the Dance Theater of Harlem, and Armitage Gone! Dance, Howard has worked extensively with choreographer Donald Byrd, and was a guest artist with Complexions Contemporary Ballet. As a contributor to Pointe, Expressions (Italy), Tanz (Germany) and dance media publications, Howard has emerged as a clear and defining voice on topics such as body image and race. She holds more than 17 years of experience as a dance educator including Ballet Faculty at the Ailey School.

ABOUT PAINTED BRIDE ARTS CENTER

Painted Bride Art Center brings together artists, audiences and communities to push the boundaries of how we create and experience art. We cultivate an environment for critical dialog and playful exchange to transform lives and communities.

Now celebrating 48 years as a pioneering presenter of performing and visual art, the Bride is more focused than ever on offering independent artists from Philadelphia and abroad the support needed to bring their creative works to fruition.

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Future Of Storytelling Festival 10/6-8/17 *nyc

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Hear from creators, funders, and studios in the VR field to find out what the next few years have in store for this emerging medium.

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Creative Frontiers in AI

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Sensing Reality

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We perceive the world through the sum of our senses, happens when we add technology to the equation? Come hear from technologists, neuroscientists, and artists working in this fascinating field.

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All the World Is a Stage

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Film/live Talks -NYFF #free *nyc

Greta Gerwig, Armie Hammer, Ruben Östlund & More NYFF Live Talks Announced




The lineup for the sixth edition of free talk series NYFF Live during the 55th New York Film Festival (September 28 – October 15) has been announced.

Greta Gerwig, Armie Hammer, Ruben Östlund & More NYFF Live Talks Announced

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The lineup for the sixth edition of free talk series NYFF Live during the 55th New York Film Festival (September 28 – October 13) features actors, directors, writers, critics, and other industry insiders participating in daily evening discussions from September 29 – October 13 in the Amphitheater at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.

NYFF55 Directors Dialogues include conversations with Main Slate filmmakers Lucrecia Martel, Agnès Varda & JR, Hong Sang-soo, and Philippe Garrel. This year’s On Cinema features Opening Night filmmaker Richard Linklater (Last Flag Flying) in an in-depth discussion with NYFF Director Kent Jones about films that have influenced and inspired him, illustrated with film clips.

NYFF Live features panels on The Square, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), The Florida Project, and other films from NYFF55, as well as discussions with festival talent including Vanessa Redgrave, Luca Guadagnino, and Claire Denis. For updates and additional details about panelists and moderators, visit here. NYFF Live is organized by FSLC Deputy Director Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks, FSLC’s Manager of Talks and Artist Programs.

Free tickets to both NYFF Live and Directors Dialogues events will be distributed at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center box office (144 West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam) on a first-come, first-served basis starting one hour prior to the talks. Limit one ticket per person, subject to availability. For those unable to attend, video from the event will be available online on our YouTube channel.

The 18-day New York Film Festival highlights the best in world cinema, featuring works from celebrated filmmakers as well as fresh new talent. The selection committee, chaired by Jones, also includes Dennis Lim, FSLC Director of Programming; Florence Almozini, FSLC Associate Director of Programming; and Amy Taubin, contributing editor for Film Comment and Artforum.

DESCRIPTIONS

Friday, September 29

7:00pm

Ruben Östlund, The Square

Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund’s The Square won the coveted Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. The satirical drama, starring Claes Bang and Elisabeth Moss, follows a well-heeled contemporary art curator at a Stockholm museum who falls prey to a pickpocketing scam, triggering an overzealous response and then a crisis of conscience. Östlund, whose features also include Play and Force Majeure, will talk about writing and directing The Square, which plays at this year’s NYFF.

8:00pm

VR and the Future of Virtual Production by Lucasfilm

Demo and Talk with Rachel Rose, Jose Perez, and Nick Rasmussen

From the depths of earth’s oceans to galaxies far, far away, VR allows us to be anyone, go anywhere, and see anything. Lucasfilm and its visual effects division, Industrial Light & Magic, have harnessed the power of this medium to create a new Virtual Production toolset, allowing filmmakers to build and scout a virtual set, manipulate props, puppeteer characters and vehicles, even compose shots to create virtual storyboards. It’s a game-changing application that is easy to learn, allowing storytellers to focus on the elements that blend together to form great stories. The creators of the toolset will participate in a conversation about the development of the platform and its potential to impact the filmmaking process, followed on Saturday by a public demonstration that will allow audiences to experience the system first hand.

Saturday, September 30

6:00pm

On Cinema: Richard Linklater

In this annual special event, NYFF Director Kent Jones sits down with world-renowned filmmakers for an in-depth talk about films that have influenced and inspired them, illustrated with film clips. This year, Jones will talk with Richard Linklater, whose intensely emotional comic drama Last Flag Flying is this year’s opening night selection, and whose many superb films (Slacker, Dazed and Confused, Waking Life, and Boyhood, to name just a few) have been genuine gifts to modern American cinema.

7:00pm

Gamescape: The Revenge of Full Motion Video

It’s 1983. You find yourself in an arcade in the ’burbs. Among the future classics—Galaga, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong—you find something different: Sega’s Astron Belt or Cinematronics’ Dragon’s Lair, games that eschewed pixelated sprites for video and vivid animation. Full Motion Video games were movies you could play—to a point: the technical execution left something to be desired. Games were unreliable, systems crashed, and FMV all but disappeared. But FMV is making a comeback as creators breathe new life into this 35-year-old form. The 2017 edition of Gamescape celebrates some of the best new FMV work and looks back on titles both famous and infamous from the golden age of the arcade. GameScape is co-curated by Clara Fernandez-Vara, of the NYU Game Center.

Featuring:

Her Story (Sam Barlow, UK, 2015)

Mind Trapped (Claire Carre, USA, 2017)

Loop Raccord (Nicolai Troshinsky, Spain, 2017)

PRY (Tender Claws, 2015)

Cibele (Nina Freeman, 2016)

Last Night (Dejobaan Games, 2018)

8:00pm

IndieWire Screen Talk LIVE podcast with Eric Kohn & Anne Thompson

Take a seat to watch IndieWire’s Chief Film Critic Eric Kohn and Editor at Large Anne Thompson engage in film debate and banter as they record the next episode of their popular podcast, Screen Talk. Kohn and Thompson will give their takes on the first weekend of the New York Film Festival, and talk about how awards season is shaping up.

Sunday, October 1

3:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Lucrecia Martel

A singular artist working in cinema today, Argentinean director Lucrecia Martel makes films that are unlike any others. This year, Zama, showcased in the Main Slate, marks Martel’s fourth feature and fourth New York Film Festival appearance, following La Cienaga (2001), The Holy Girl (2004), and The Headless Woman (2009). Join Martel for a discussion of her films and her remarkable latest, an adaptation of a classic Argentinean novel, set in the late 18th century.

7:00pm

Film Comment: The Cinema of Experience

At this year’s NYFF, filmmakers are rising to the challenge of representing race and immigration at a pivotal time in our nation’s history. Our guests will discuss how cinematic technique is used to reflect such experiences and what is different about the latest generation of storytelling. Moderated by Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold, and featuring critic Teo Bugbee, writer-programmer Ashley Clark, and writer-filmmaker Farihah Zaman.

8:00pm

Serge Bozon & Isabelle Huppert, Mrs. Hyde

Academy Award nominee Isabelle Huppert headlines Serge Bozon’s eccentric comedic thriller loosely based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Huppert plays a timid physics professor at a suburban high school constantly mocked by colleagues and students. During a stormy night, she is struck by lightning, and wakes up as the newly powerful Madame Hyde. Meet Huppert as she talks about transforming into this character, and her career in movies and television; and Bozon, who will share his experiences making the movie.

Monday, October 2

6:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Agnès Varda & JR

At age 89, legendary French filmmaker Agnès Varda has collaborated with 34-year-old visual artist JR on a remarkable new film, titled Faces Places. In it, the two of them journey from one rural French village to another, meeting people, taking their photographs, and printing large-scale versions of them, placed grandly within the environments. The two artist friends will discuss their unique project and the wise and wonderful film that came out of it.

7:00pm

Noah Baumbach, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

No stranger to the New York Film Festival, Noah Baumbach has presented The Squid and the Whale (2005), Margot at the Wedding (2007), and Frances Ha (2012) here. Baumbach returns this year with the comedic drama The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), starring Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Emma Thompson. The film harkens back to the themes of family vanities and warring attachments he has explored in previous movies. Baumbach will talk about writing the film, and working with a cast that includes screen legend Hoffman.

8:00pm

NYFF Shorts Filmmakers

For the past three years, the New York Film Festival has celebrated short form filmmakers living and working in the city. Meet the directors with films in the festival’s “New York Stories” program: Jason Giampietro (Unpresidented), Adinah Dancyger (Cheer Up Baby), Ashley Connor and Joe Stankus (The Layover), Kevin Wilson, Jr. (My Nephew Emmett), John Wilson (The Road to Magnasanti) and Pacho Velez & Yoni Brook (Mr. Yellow Sweatshirt).

Tuesday, October 3

7:00pm

Making The Florida Project: Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch

Sean Baker (writer-director-producer-editor) and Chris Bergoch (writer-producer) collaborated on The Florida Project, which is having its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival. In this discussion, they’ll delve into the particulars of how The Florida Project was conceived and executed through its various stages in development. Set over one summer, the film follows precocious six-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious but caring mother, all while living in the shadow of nearby Disney World.

Wednesday, October 4

7:00pm

Making Call Me by Your Name: Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg

Luca Guadagnino’s film has already caused a sensation at the Sundance, Berlin, and Toronto film festivals. Based on the book by André Aciman and from a screenplay by James Ivory, Call Me by Your Name centers on the son of an American professor who falls for the graduate student who comes to study and live with his family in their northern Italian home during the summer. Join Guadagnino and actors Armie Hammer and Michael Stuhlbarg as they talk about what is sure to be one of the most debated films of the fall.

Thursday, October 5

7:00pm

Spotlight on Documentary Filmmakers

The amount of nonfiction films has skyrocketed since the turn of the century. Festivals around the world have celebrated the form, while critics and filmgoers have increasingly included docs on their roster of films to see. The group of filmmakers showing at this year’s NYFF—including Alison McAlpine (Cielo), Nancy Buirski (The Rape of Recy Taylor), Ena and Ines Talakic (Hall of Mirrors), among others—represent a cross-section of some of the most compelling documentarians working today.

Friday, October 6

7:00pm

Documenting Creativity: Griffin Dunne, Rebecca Miller, Susan Lacy, Josh Koury & Myles Kane

Many documentaries showing at this year’s NYFF focus on the lives and work of major writers and artists. At this talk, the directors behind four of these films will speak about their processes in representing creative people onscreen: Griffin Dunne, on creating a portrait of his aunt in Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold; Rebecca Miller, on the long road to constructing a documentary on her father in Arthur Miller: Writer; Susan Lacy, who traces the private, public, and artistic development of one of cinema’s true giants in Spielberg; and Josh Koury & Myles Kane on Voyeur, which closely followed Gay Talese as he worked on his controversial book The Voyeur’s Motel.

Saturday, October 7

7:00pm

Film Comment: Filmmakers Chat

For the second year, Film Comment gives you the rare chance to see some of today’s most important filmmakers in dialogue with each other. A selection of NYFF directors past and present will talk together about their influences and inspirations in a discussion moderated by the magazine’s editor-in-chief Nicolas Rapold, with filmmakers Claire Denis (Let the Sun Shine In) and Joachim Trier (Thelma).

Sunday, October 8

7:00pm

Vanessa Redgrave, Sea Sorrow

Her career as an actor has spanned six decades, but Academy Award winner Vanessa Redgrave has now become a documentary director with Sea Sorrow, a timely examination of the world’s urgent migrant crisis. Redgrave will be joined by producer Carlo Gabriel Nero to discuss what moved her to take on the project and how she set out to accomplish her filmmaking goals.

Monday, October 9

7:00pm

Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig is a familiar presence at the New York Film Festival, seen in films such as Frances Ha (2012), Eden (2014), and 20th Century Women (2016). Gerwig has returned to the festival this year as a filmmaker, presenting her directorial debut, Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan as an artistically inclined young woman trying to define herself in the shadow of her mother (Laurie Metcalf) and searching for an escape route from her hometown of Sacramento. Join Gerwig as she talks about segueing to behind the camera and telling a story that comes from a very personal place.

8:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Hong Sang-soo

Beyond prolific, South Korean director Hong Sang-soo has presented new films in NYFF’s Main Slate for five years in a row. And this year, he has two new movies: The Day After, a black-and-white tale of mistaken identity, déja vu, and adultery; and On the Beach at Night Alone, an achingly personal response to public scandals surrounding his romantic life, starring Kim Min-hee (The Handmaiden). Hong will be on-hand to discuss these intimate, dialogue-driven, comic-tinged dramas.

Tuesday, October 10

7:00pm

Field of Vision Presents

Since its launch in 2013, Field of Vision has been a trailblazer in producing and championing short-form documentaries about developing and ongoing stories from around the world. This evening will spotlight three current films, featuring clips and discussions with their filmmakers. These include Marshall Curry’s A Night at the Garden, about a chilling rally held in New York nearly 80 years ago and which has resonance today; Josh Begley’s Best of Luck with the Wall, which gives perhaps the first true look at the consequences of Trump’s proposed wall between the U.S. and Mexico; and a sneak from Farihah Zaman and Jeff Reichert’s latest project, American Carnage, about the films and politics of Breitbart News chief and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.

8:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Philippe Garrel

French master Philippe Garrel represents a strain of modernist cinema that stretches from the post–New Wave era to today, as evidenced by three of his films showing during NYFF this year. We’re pleased to present his newest film, the penetrating meditation on relationships and fidelity Lover for a Day, showing in the Main Slate, as well as restorations of his La Révélateur, made while the events of May ’68 were unfolding, and his devastatingly personal 1979 film L’Enfant secret. And we’re thrilled to have Garrel at this rare public appearance.

Wednesday, October 11

7:00pm

Keeping Cultural Borders Open: Laurie Anderson and special guests

This year at the New York Film Festival, hundreds of artists and activists will band together to launch The Federation. Formed by Laurie Anderson, Laura Michalchyshyn, and Tanya Selvaratnam in response to the increased xenophobia and closing of physical borders, The Federation is a coalition of individuals and organizations committed to keeping cultural borders open and recognizing how essential artistic experiences are to fostering compassion, critical thinking, and joy. Join Anderson, Selvaratnam, Sara Driver, Barbet Schroeder, and other special guests for a discussion about the aims of the initiative and the role artists play in combatting cultural barriers. Presented with The Federation

Thursday, October 12

7:00pm

Real Characters: Writing Biopics and Origin Stories

One of the deepest connections we can have to a movie is through fully conceptualized, credible characters. Without them, even the most engrossing plot may not resonate. The Writers Guild of America, East brings together the creators behind some unforgettable recent movie characters to tell us how they made them intriguing and believable. Presented with WGA East

Friday, October 13

7:00pm

Film Comment: Festival Wrap

In what is becoming an annual tradition, Film Comment contributing critics and editors gather for the festival’s last weekend and talk about the films they’ve seen, discussing—or arguing about—the selections in the lineup, from Main Slate and beyond.

8:00pm

Access New Audiences: Wonderstruck & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Join Michele Spitz (Woman of Her Word) and Jo-Ann Dean (SIGNmation) for a discussion on how filmmakers and distributors can increase audience outreach and box-office by incorporating accessible language components for both Deaf and Blind communities. Participating are Deaf actors Lauren Ridloff, Anthony Natale, and John McGinty, featured in NYFF Centerpiece Wonderstruck; Leslie McCleave, producer-director of How Sweet the Sound: The Blind Boys of Alabama; and award-winning audio producer, director, and engineer Cliff Hahn. The panelists will provide insight on budgeting, grant opportunities, and how American Sign Language (ASL), Audio Description (AD) and Open/Closed Captioning (OC/CC) are inclusive assets. ASL Interpretation Provided. Presented with NYWIFT

SCHEDULE

Friday, September 29

7:00PM     Ruben Östlund, The Square

8:00PM     VR and the Future of Virtual Production by Lucasfilm

Saturday, September 30

6:00PM     On Cinema: Richard Linklater

7:00PM     Gamescape: The Revenge of Full Motion Video

8:00PM     IndieWire Screen Talk LIVE podcast with Eric Kohn & Anne Thompson

Sunday, October 1

3:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Lucretia Martel

7:00PM     Film Comment: The Cinema of Experience

8:00PM     Serge Bozon & Isabelle Huppert, Mrs. Hyde

Monday, October 2

6:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Agnès Varda & JR

7:00PM     Noah Baumbach, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

8:00PM     NYFF Shorts Filmmakers

Tuesday, October 3

7:00PM     Making The Florida Project: Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch

Wednesday, October 4

7:00PM     Making Call Me by Your Name: Luca Guadagnino,  Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg

Thursday, October 5

7:00PM     Spotlight on Documentary Filmmakers

Friday, October 6

7:00PM     Documenting Creativity: Griffin Dunne, Rebecca Miller, Susan Lacy, Josh Koury & Myles Kane

Saturday, October 7

7:00PM     Film Comment: Filmmakers Chat

Sunday, October 8

7:00PM     Vanessa Redgrave, Sea Sorrow

Monday, October 9

7:00PM     Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird

8:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Hong Sang-soo

Tuesday, October 10

7:00PM     Field of Vision Presents

8:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Philippe Garrel

Wednesday, October 11

7:00PM     Keeping Cultural Borders Open: Laurie Anderson and special guests

Thursday, October 12

7:00PM     Real Characters: Writing Biopics and Origin Stories

Friday, October 13

7:00PM     Film Comment: Festival Wrap

8:00PM     Access New Audiences: Wonderstruck & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Presented with NYWIFTwhich features actors, directors, writers, critics, and other industry insiders participating in daily evening discussions from September 29 – October 13 in the Amphitheater at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.

NYFF55 Directors Dialogues, for which HBO® is also the presenting sponsor, include conversations with Main Slate filmmakers Lucrecia Martel, Agnès Varda & JR, Hong Sang-soo, and Philippe Garrel. This year’s On Cinema features Opening Night filmmaker Richard Linklater (Last Flag Flying) in an in-depth discussion with NYFF Director Kent Jones about films that have influenced and inspired him, illustrated with film clips.

NYFF Live features panels on The Square, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), The Florida Project, and other films from NYFF55, as well as discussions with festival talent including Vanessa Redgrave, Luca Guadagnino, and Claire Denis. For updates and additional details about panelists and moderators, visit here. NYFF Live is organized by FSLC Deputy Director Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks, FSLC’s Manager of Talks and Artist Programs.

Free tickets to both NYFF Live and Directors Dialogues events will be distributed at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center box office (144 West 65th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam) on a first-come, first-served basis starting one hour prior to the talks. Limit one ticket per person, subject to availability. For those unable to attend, video from the event will be available online on our YouTube channel.

The 18-day New York Film Festival highlights the best in world cinema, featuring works from celebrated filmmakers as well as fresh new talent. The selection committee, chaired by Jones, also includes Dennis Lim, FSLC Director of Programming; Florence Almozini, FSLC Associate Director of Programming; and Amy Taubin, contributing editor for Film Comment and Artforum.

DESCRIPTIONS

Friday, September 29

7:00pm

Ruben Östlund, The Square

Swedish filmmaker Ruben Östlund’s The Square won the coveted Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. The satirical drama, starring Claes Bang and Elisabeth Moss, follows a well-heeled contemporary art curator at a Stockholm museum who falls prey to a pickpocketing scam, triggering an overzealous response and then a crisis of conscience. Östlund, whose features also include Play and Force Majeure, will talk about writing and directing The Square, which plays at this year’s NYFF.

8:00pm

VR and the Future of Virtual Production by Lucasfilm

Demo and Talk with Rachel Rose, Jose Perez, and Nick Rasmussen

From the depths of earth’s oceans to galaxies far, far away, VR allows us to be anyone, go anywhere, and see anything. Lucasfilm and its visual effects division, Industrial Light & Magic, have harnessed the power of this medium to create a new Virtual Production toolset, allowing filmmakers to build and scout a virtual set, manipulate props, puppeteer characters and vehicles, even compose shots to create virtual storyboards. It’s a game-changing application that is easy to learn, allowing storytellers to focus on the elements that blend together to form great stories. The creators of the toolset will participate in a conversation about the development of the platform and its potential to impact the filmmaking process, followed on Saturday by a public demonstration that will allow audiences to experience the system first hand.

Saturday, September 30

6:00pm

On Cinema: Richard Linklater

In this annual special event, NYFF Director Kent Jones sits down with world-renowned filmmakers for an in-depth talk about films that have influenced and inspired them, illustrated with film clips. This year, Jones will talk with Richard Linklater, whose intensely emotional comic drama Last Flag Flying is this year’s opening night selection, and whose many superb films (Slacker, Dazed and Confused, Waking Life, and Boyhood, to name just a few) have been genuine gifts to modern American cinema.

7:00pm

Gamescape: The Revenge of Full Motion Video

It’s 1983. You find yourself in an arcade in the ’burbs. Among the future classics—Galaga, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong—you find something different: Sega’s Astron Belt or Cinematronics’ Dragon’s Lair, games that eschewed pixelated sprites for video and vivid animation. Full Motion Video games were movies you could play—to a point: the technical execution left something to be desired. Games were unreliable, systems crashed, and FMV all but disappeared. But FMV is making a comeback as creators breathe new life into this 35-year-old form. The 2017 edition of Gamescape celebrates some of the best new FMV work and looks back on titles both famous and infamous from the golden age of the arcade. GameScape is co-curated by Clara Fernandez-Vara, of the NYU Game Center.

Featuring:

Her Story (Sam Barlow, UK, 2015)

Mind Trapped (Claire Carre, USA, 2017)

Loop Raccord (Nicolai Troshinsky, Spain, 2017)

PRY (Tender Claws, 2015)

Cibele (Nina Freeman, 2016)

Last Night (Dejobaan Games, 2018)

8:00pm

IndieWire Screen Talk LIVE podcast with Eric Kohn & Anne Thompson

Take a seat to watch IndieWire’s Chief Film Critic Eric Kohn and Editor at Large Anne Thompson engage in film debate and banter as they record the next episode of their popular podcast, Screen Talk. Kohn and Thompson will give their takes on the first weekend of the New York Film Festival, and talk about how awards season is shaping up.

Sunday, October 1

3:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Lucrecia Martel

A singular artist working in cinema today, Argentinean director Lucrecia Martel makes films that are unlike any others. This year, Zama, showcased in the Main Slate, marks Martel’s fourth feature and fourth New York Film Festival appearance, following La Cienaga (2001), The Holy Girl (2004), and The Headless Woman (2009). Join Martel for a discussion of her films and her remarkable latest, an adaptation of a classic Argentinean novel, set in the late 18th century.

7:00pm

Film Comment: The Cinema of Experience

At this year’s NYFF, filmmakers are rising to the challenge of representing race and immigration at a pivotal time in our nation’s history. Our guests will discuss how cinematic technique is used to reflect such experiences and what is different about the latest generation of storytelling. Moderated by Film Comment Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold, and featuring critic Teo Bugbee, writer-programmer Ashley Clark, and writer-filmmaker Farihah Zaman.

8:00pm

Serge Bozon & Isabelle Huppert, Mrs. Hyde

Academy Award nominee Isabelle Huppert headlines Serge Bozon’s eccentric comedic thriller loosely based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Huppert plays a timid physics professor at a suburban high school constantly mocked by colleagues and students. During a stormy night, she is struck by lightning, and wakes up as the newly powerful Madame Hyde. Meet Huppert as she talks about transforming into this character, and her career in movies and television; and Bozon, who will share his experiences making the movie.

Monday, October 2

6:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Agnès Varda & JR

At age 89, legendary French filmmaker Agnès Varda has collaborated with 34-year-old visual artist JR on a remarkable new film, titled Faces Places. In it, the two of them journey from one rural French village to another, meeting people, taking their photographs, and printing large-scale versions of them, placed grandly within the environments. The two artist friends will discuss their unique project and the wise and wonderful film that came out of it.

7:00pm

Noah Baumbach, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

No stranger to the New York Film Festival, Noah Baumbach has presented The Squid and the Whale (2005), Margot at the Wedding (2007), and Frances Ha (2012) here. Baumbach returns this year with the comedic drama The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), starring Dustin Hoffman, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Emma Thompson. The film harkens back to the themes of family vanities and warring attachments he has explored in previous movies. Baumbach will talk about writing the film, and working with a cast that includes screen legend Hoffman.

8:00pm

NYFF Shorts Filmmakers

For the past three years, the New York Film Festival has celebrated short form filmmakers living and working in the city. Meet the directors with films in the festival’s “New York Stories” program: Jason Giampietro (Unpresidented), Adinah Dancyger (Cheer Up Baby), Ashley Connor and Joe Stankus (The Layover), Kevin Wilson, Jr. (My Nephew Emmett), John Wilson (The Road to Magnasanti) and Pacho Velez & Yoni Brook (Mr. Yellow Sweatshirt).

Tuesday, October 3

7:00pm

Making The Florida Project: Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch

Sean Baker (writer-director-producer-editor) and Chris Bergoch (writer-producer) collaborated on The Florida Project, which is having its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival. In this discussion, they’ll delve into the particulars of how The Florida Project was conceived and executed through its various stages in development. Set over one summer, the film follows precocious six-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious but caring mother, all while living in the shadow of nearby Disney World.

Wednesday, October 4

7:00pm

Making Call Me by Your Name: Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg

Luca Guadagnino’s film has already caused a sensation at the Sundance, Berlin, and Toronto film festivals. Based on the book by André Aciman and from a screenplay by James Ivory, Call Me by Your Name centers on the son of an American professor who falls for the graduate student who comes to study and live with his family in their northern Italian home during the summer. Join Guadagnino and actors Armie Hammer and Michael Stuhlbarg as they talk about what is sure to be one of the most debated films of the fall.

Thursday, October 5

7:00pm

Spotlight on Documentary Filmmakers

The amount of nonfiction films has skyrocketed since the turn of the century. Festivals around the world have celebrated the form, while critics and filmgoers have increasingly included docs on their roster of films to see. The group of filmmakers showing at this year’s NYFF—including Alison McAlpine (Cielo), Nancy Buirski (The Rape of Recy Taylor), Ena and Ines Talakic (Hall of Mirrors), among others—represent a cross-section of some of the most compelling documentarians working today.

Friday, October 6

7:00pm

Documenting Creativity: Griffin Dunne, Rebecca Miller, Susan Lacy, Josh Koury & Myles Kane

Many documentaries showing at this year’s NYFF focus on the lives and work of major writers and artists. At this talk, the directors behind four of these films will speak about their processes in representing creative people onscreen: Griffin Dunne, on creating a portrait of his aunt in Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold; Rebecca Miller, on the long road to constructing a documentary on her father in Arthur Miller: Writer; Susan Lacy, who traces the private, public, and artistic development of one of cinema’s true giants in Spielberg; and Josh Koury & Myles Kane on Voyeur, which closely followed Gay Talese as he worked on his controversial book The Voyeur’s Motel.

Saturday, October 7

7:00pm

Film Comment: Filmmakers Chat

For the second year, Film Comment gives you the rare chance to see some of today’s most important filmmakers in dialogue with each other. A selection of NYFF directors past and present will talk together about their influences and inspirations in a discussion moderated by the magazine’s editor-in-chief Nicolas Rapold, with filmmakers Claire Denis (Let the Sun Shine In) and Joachim Trier (Thelma).

Sunday, October 8

7:00pm

Vanessa Redgrave, Sea Sorrow

Her career as an actor has spanned six decades, but Academy Award winner Vanessa Redgrave has now become a documentary director with Sea Sorrow, a timely examination of the world’s urgent migrant crisis. Redgrave will be joined by producer Carlo Gabriel Nero to discuss what moved her to take on the project and how she set out to accomplish her filmmaking goals.

Monday, October 9

7:00pm

Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird

Greta Gerwig is a familiar presence at the New York Film Festival, seen in films such as Frances Ha (2012), Eden (2014), and 20th Century Women (2016). Gerwig has returned to the festival this year as a filmmaker, presenting her directorial debut, Lady Bird, starring Saoirse Ronan as an artistically inclined young woman trying to define herself in the shadow of her mother (Laurie Metcalf) and searching for an escape route from her hometown of Sacramento. Join Gerwig as she talks about segueing to behind the camera and telling a story that comes from a very personal place.

8:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Hong Sang-soo

Beyond prolific, South Korean director Hong Sang-soo has presented new films in NYFF’s Main Slate for five years in a row. And this year, he has two new movies: The Day After, a black-and-white tale of mistaken identity, déja vu, and adultery; and On the Beach at Night Alone, an achingly personal response to public scandals surrounding his romantic life, starring Kim Min-hee (The Handmaiden). Hong will be on-hand to discuss these intimate, dialogue-driven, comic-tinged dramas.

Tuesday, October 10

7:00pm

Field of Vision Presents

Since its launch in 2013, Field of Vision has been a trailblazer in producing and championing short-form documentaries about developing and ongoing stories from around the world. This evening will spotlight three current films, featuring clips and discussions with their filmmakers. These include Marshall Curry’s A Night at the Garden, about a chilling rally held in New York nearly 80 years ago and which has resonance today; Josh Begley’s Best of Luck with the Wall, which gives perhaps the first true look at the consequences of Trump’s proposed wall between the U.S. and Mexico; and a sneak from Farihah Zaman and Jeff Reichert’s latest project, American Carnage, about the films and politics of Breitbart News chief and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.

8:00pm

HBO Directors Dialogues: Philippe Garrel

French master Philippe Garrel represents a strain of modernist cinema that stretches from the post–New Wave era to today, as evidenced by three of his films showing during NYFF this year. We’re pleased to present his newest film, the penetrating meditation on relationships and fidelity Lover for a Day, showing in the Main Slate, as well as restorations of his La Révélateur, made while the events of May ’68 were unfolding, and his devastatingly personal 1979 film L’Enfant secret. And we’re thrilled to have Garrel at this rare public appearance.

Wednesday, October 11

7:00pm

Keeping Cultural Borders Open: Laurie Anderson and special guests

This year at the New York Film Festival, hundreds of artists and activists will band together to launch The Federation. Formed by Laurie Anderson, Laura Michalchyshyn, and Tanya Selvaratnam in response to the increased xenophobia and closing of physical borders, The Federation is a coalition of individuals and organizations committed to keeping cultural borders open and recognizing how essential artistic experiences are to fostering compassion, critical thinking, and joy. Join Anderson, Selvaratnam, Sara Driver, Barbet Schroeder, and other special guests for a discussion about the aims of the initiative and the role artists play in combatting cultural barriers. Presented with The Federation

Thursday, October 12

7:00pm

Real Characters: Writing Biopics and Origin Stories

One of the deepest connections we can have to a movie is through fully conceptualized, credible characters. Without them, even the most engrossing plot may not resonate. The Writers Guild of America, East brings together the creators behind some unforgettable recent movie characters to tell us how they made them intriguing and believable. Presented with WGA East

Friday, October 13

7:00pm

Film Comment: Festival Wrap

In what is becoming an annual tradition, Film Comment contributing critics and editors gather for the festival’s last weekend and talk about the films they’ve seen, discussing—or arguing about—the selections in the lineup, from Main Slate and beyond.

8:00pm

Access New Audiences: Wonderstruck & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Join Michele Spitz (Woman of Her Word) and Jo-Ann Dean (SIGNmation) for a discussion on how filmmakers and distributors can increase audience outreach and box-office by incorporating accessible language components for both Deaf and Blind communities. Participating are Deaf actors Lauren Ridloff, Anthony Natale, and John McGinty, featured in NYFF Centerpiece Wonderstruck; Leslie McCleave, producer-director of How Sweet the Sound: The Blind Boys of Alabama; and award-winning audio producer, director, and engineer Cliff Hahn. The panelists will provide insight on budgeting, grant opportunities, and how American Sign Language (ASL), Audio Description (AD) and Open/Closed Captioning (OC/CC) are inclusive assets. ASL Interpretation Provided. Presented with NYWIFT

SCHEDULE

Friday, September 29

7:00PM     Ruben Östlund, The Square

8:00PM     VR and the Future of Virtual Production by Lucasfilm

Saturday, September 30

6:00PM     On Cinema: Richard Linklater

7:00PM     Gamescape: The Revenge of Full Motion Video

8:00PM     IndieWire Screen Talk LIVE podcast with Eric Kohn & Anne Thompson

Sunday, October 1

3:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Lucretia Martel

7:00PM     Film Comment: The Cinema of Experience

8:00PM     Serge Bozon & Isabelle Huppert, Mrs. Hyde

Monday, October 2

6:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Agnès Varda & JR

7:00PM     Noah Baumbach, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

8:00PM     NYFF Shorts Filmmakers

Tuesday, October 3

7:00PM     Making The Florida Project: Sean Baker & Chris Bergoch

Wednesday, October 4

7:00PM     Making Call Me by Your Name: Luca Guadagnino,  Armie Hammer, and Michael Stuhlbarg

Thursday, October 5

7:00PM     Spotlight on Documentary Filmmakers

Friday, October 6

7:00PM     Documenting Creativity: Griffin Dunne, Rebecca Miller, Susan Lacy, Josh Koury & Myles Kane

Saturday, October 7

7:00PM     Film Comment: Filmmakers Chat

Sunday, October 8

7:00PM     Vanessa Redgrave, Sea Sorrow

Monday, October 9

7:00PM     Greta Gerwig, Lady Bird

8:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Hong Sang-soo

Tuesday, October 10

7:00PM     Field of Vision Presents

8:00PM     HBO Directors Dialogues: Philippe Garrel

Wednesday, October 11

7:00PM     Keeping Cultural Borders Open: Laurie Anderson and special guests

Thursday, October 12

7:00PM     Real Characters: Writing Biopics and Origin Stories

Friday, October 13

7:00PM     Film Comment: Festival Wrap

8:00PM     Access New Audiences: Wonderstruck & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Presented with NYWIFT

September 29, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dance – Opportunity – HS & College/University Nationwide— Dancewave- college & Beyond -10/7-8/17 – 92nd St Y *nyc

DANCEWAVE’S NATIONWIDE EVENT “DANCING THROUGH COLLEGE & BEYOND” RETURNS TO 92nd STREET Y OCTOBER 7-8, 2017

 

Representatives from the Dance Departments of Over 50 Colleges and Universities to Gather in NYC for One-of-a-Kind Audition and Scholarship Event Dancewave, a Brooklyn-based dance education nonprofit organization championing accessibility to all, returns to the 92nd Street Y October 7th and 8th with its annual Dancing Through College & Beyond (DTCB) event. The two-day event will connect high school dance students with college and university dance programs throughout the country, serving as a nexus for U.S. colleges and talented young dancers to meet one-on-one.

For high school seniors attending the event, DTCB presents the opportunity to audition for admission and scholarships to a diverse selection of college dance programs. DTCB, the premier event of its kind, hosts colleges from across the nation at one event, increasing students’ chances of gaining college admission and removing the barriers that dancers and guardians face with multiple college visits.

“DTCB is a unique event that offers high school dancers from all backgrounds the opportunity to learn all about college dance programs in a fun and informative weekend,” says Dancewave’s Executive and Artistic Director Diane Jacobowitz. “This uniquely inclusive event eliminates the financial barriers that come with the audition process and enables those who are serious about dance to be seen by not one, but many, strong college dance programs in one fell swoop.”

DTCB helps extend Dancewave’s mission to make dance accessible to all by serving as a platform for young dancers to learn from professionals during workshops, panels and networking opportunities. At DTCB, participating students attend panel discussions to learn about career opportunities in the dance field. They have the opportunity to meet and create key peer-to-peer relationships with college dance students and alumni. Movement classes taught by distinguished college dance faculty offer students much–needed insight into dance training at the collegiate level.

In 2016, DTCB had over 50 college, university and conservatory programs in attendance with 300 students from 16 states and more than $1 million in scholarships awarded by select attending colleges.  DTCB 2017 is expected to be the largest and most successful event yet, and registration is limited!

PARTICIPATING COLLEGES TO DATE:

Adelphi University* / AMDA* / Boston Conservatory at Berklee / Broadway Dance Center* / California Institute of the Arts – The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance / Cornish College* / DeSales University* / Drexel University* / East Carolina University School of Theatre and Dance / George Mason University – School of Dance* / Hobart and William Smith Colleges* / Hope College* / Hunter College / Juilliard / Marymount Manhattan / Ohio State University / Pace University / Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins* / Point Park University* / Queensborough Community College – CUNY / Rutgers University – Mason Gross School of the Arts / Sacred Heart University / Slippery Rock University* / SUNY Brockport / SUNY Purchase* / Temple University / The Hartt School, University of Hartford / University at Buffalo* / University of the Arts* / University of Massachusetts Amherst* /  USC-Glorya Kaufman School of Dance / Virginia Commonwealth University* / Wayne State University *

* Auditioning Colleges

EVENT DETAILS

Registration is free but required—students, parents and teachers can register here: http://bit.ly/2eKOR4b. Students who wish to audition must bring copies of their headshots and resume for each college to which they are applying.

Saturday, October 7

3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. College Fair and peer-to-peer panel discussions (Free)

5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Evening reception and college showcase performances ($20 fee in advance, $25 at the door)

Sunday, October 8

2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Careers in Dance panel discussion (Free)

3:00 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. Movement workshops with distinguished faculty, injury prevention workshops, and college admission and scholarship auditions (Workshops are free; $10 fee for those auditioning)

VENUE INFORMATION

The 92nd Street Y is located at 1395 Lexington Avenue, at the corner of East 92nd and Lexington Avenue. The venue is accessible by the 4/5/6 trains.

ABOUT DANCEWAVE

Dancewave was founded in 1995 by professional choreographer and arts administrator Diane Jacobowitz who was determined to make dance accessible to New York City youth, regardless of their family’s ability to afford pre-professional training. The organization’s approach to dance education is holistic, as students receive rigorous instruction from a faculty of world-renowned artists. Their programs incorporate personal development tools to build confidence and self-discipline, and strengthen leadership skills. In addition to taking classes in styles such as ballet, modern, jazz and hip hop, students have the opportunity to join Dancewave’s pre-professional dance companies where their training is extended beyond the classroom to rehearsals with renowned choreographers and exciting performance opportunities.

September 29, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Dance- Mordance Kicks Off 5th Anniversary Season with Works in Progress Showing 9/29 *nyc

Dance season is seriously open!

So many absolutely Superb troupes are getting their performances underway. We are always proud to highlight some of them for you.

Mark your calendars accordingly!!

Mordance, in its mission to create modern, relevant movement that maintains the integrity of classical ballet, celebrates their fifth milestone year this 2017-2018 season. With a firm foothold in the New York dance community, the company will add three new world premieres to their repertory, continuing to shape the arc of female-driven leadership and creation. With an evident mission to engage the community through the creation of new works, live performances and extensive outreach programs, Mordance at Five will offer audiences chances to help build upon the company’s infrastructure through fundraising events and follow the trajectory of new works through in progress showings and residencies, culminating in an anniversary performance at Aaron Davis Hall this Spring (April 27-28).

Fall highlights include a Golf Fundraiser to kick off the season on September 27 at Dyker Beach Golf Course, followed by a works in progress showing and reception on September 29 at Martha Graham Studios. Here, audiences will be invited to peer into the inspirations and outlines of the new ballets being created this season and engage in a stimulating discussion with Artistic Director Morgan McEwen and her collaborators about the creative process.

Mordance is also proud to be a recipient of a 2017-2018 CUNY Dance Initiative Residency (January 22- February 8), which will provide rehearsal and performance space, in addition to resources to realize their mission of community education.

“With so much conversation around the lack of female leadership in the ballet community I am honored to have been able to build an ensemble of trusting, dedicated and talented dancers to help to realize my creative visions. This anniversary season is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the path that helped us to gain sustainability in a constantly shifting dance climate, but to also provide our supporters with a more in depth look to consider who we are as artists and how we hope to use our voices to educate, inspire, and continue to push boundaries.”

Finally, in 2015 MorDance established a relationship with STEM from Dance, an organization that uses dance to grow the number of under-represented minority girls who are STEM college-ready. With the help of MorDance, they tackle key barriers by delivering a one-of-a-kind program weaving together dance and STEM to change the face of the next generation of scientists, engineers, and professions within the tech field. Through this continuing partnership, MorDance has brought ballet to the lives of students through performances and interactive workshops, inviting teamwork, creativity, accountability and confidence. This anniversary season will continue to build these bridges, cross generational, social and financial divides, and see the birth of younger dance enthusiasts.

MORDANCE SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

Wednesday, September 27 at 12:00 p.m., 1st Annual Chip in For MorDance Golf Fundraiser

Friday, September 29 at 8:00 p.m., Works in Progress Showing, Martha Graham Studios

Monday, January 22- Thursday, February 8, CUNY Dance Initiative Residency

Friday, April 27-Sunday, April 28, MorDance 5th Anniversary Season, Aaron Davis Hall

ABOUT MORDANCE

Morgan McEwen, ballerina turned artistic director, launched MorDance in January of 2013. This young company, with dancers from some of the world’s most prestigious companies, has playfully leapt to the edge of the classical ballet world. MorDance explores athleticism as part of its aim to modernize and innovate, while honoring the grace and beauty of classical ballet.

MorDance premiered at Manhattan Movement and Arts center on May 3rd, 2013. The company has been invited to perform at numerous festivals, including Dance at Socrates, Counterpointe Project, and Sounds of the City. In 2014, MorDance helped The Sheen Center open their doors by being the first company to perform in their new black box theater. The company was then named the Sheen Center’s 2016 resident dance company.  MorDance has also been granted space residencies at The Silo at Kirkland Farm and Mana Contemporary. Artistic Director, Morgan McEwen, has been commissioned as a choreographer to create new works on Eglevsky Ballet and Columbia Ballet Collaborative, as well as to choreograph La Traviata for the New York Opera Exchange.

September 27, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Technology/Film/VR/Animation /Festivals/Talk -9/29-30/17 -2nd Annual ANNY Best Of Fest – 180 Maiden Lane *nyc

SEPTEMBER Second Annual ANNY Best of Fest!

http://www.annybestoffest.com

Date: 2017 ANNY Best of Fest, Sept 29-30, Friday & Saturday

Time: 12pm – 10pm

Enthusiast Packages (FREE) and Industry Packages ($30) are now available!

The $30 Industry Package includes TWO DAY access to the main venue Animation Screenings, Fine Art Exhibitions, and Professional Panels PLUS pre-registration for the Virtual Reality Animation Showcase and access to Industry Events. (Industry Package ticket purchase also includes an ANNY Loot Bag, while supplies last!)

Our Free Enthusiast Package includes TWO DAY access to the Main Venue first floor Animation Screenings, Fine Art Exhibitions, and Professional Panels.

The ANNY Best of Fest features animation screenings, art installation, virtual reality animation experiences, professional panels, and industry events at 180 Maiden Lane. Highlights from last year’s festival: https://youtu.be/fvPwmvA1UuQ

Festival Details:

ANIMATION SCREENING EVENTS

(Saturday, Sept 30, 7pm & 8pm)
Congratulations to our ANNY Best of Fest Winners! This year our panel judges picked 20 films from the 175 selected for our monthly curated screening events.

http://www.animationnights.com/screening25/

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Panel Judges are Debra Solomon (Independent Animator, Academy Member), Phil Weinstein (Disney), and Dayna Gonzalez (Jumping Tadpole Productions, Former ASIFA East President). 2017 ANNY Best of Fest filmmakers are up for our Grand Prize Award (selected by Andrew Gordon (Pixar)), our Animation for Adults Award (selected by Chris Perkins (AFA)), and our Art in Motion Award (selected by Ronni Anderson (Anderson Contemporary)).

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Grand Prize Winner:

OSSA. Dario Imbrogno. Italy, 2016. 3:55

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Animation for Adults Award Winner:

HANGING. Nick LeDonne. United States, 2016. 5:37

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Anderson Contemporary Award Winner:

ALL THEIR SHADES. Chloé Alliez. France, 2015. 5:46

Grand Prize and Animation for Adults Winners each will receive a prize from Wacom! Our Grand Prize Winner will also have an opportunity to chat with 20-year Pixar veteran Andrew Gordon about their film! All of our 2017 ANNY Best of Fest Winners will receive an Industry Badge for our 2017 annual festival (Sept 29-30), a one year subscription for Toon Boom, a one year subscription for Craft, a one year subscription for Stash, a three month subscription for Midas Creature, and a three month subscription for Sketchfab Pro . (2017 ANNY Best of Fest filmmakers may also be eligible for distribution via Shorts HD, if applicable.)

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Filmmakers:

YÙL AND THE SNAKE. Gabriel Harel. France, 2015. 13:00

SISTERS. David Chontos. United States, 2016. 3:58

PUB CRAWL. Hayden Browne. Australia, 2016. 1:37

OSSA. Dario Imbrogno. Italy, 2016. 3:55

GINGER BEER. Macchia Ornella, Medard Simon. Belgium, 2016. 2:39

RADIO WAVE. Ryotaro Miyajima. Japan, 2016. 3:09

MOVING OUT. SeoHee Choi, John Han. United States, 2016. 2:56

HANGING. Nick LeDonne. United States, 2016. 5:37

PACKAGE OF MOVIE TRICKS. Nemjóova. Czech Republic, 2015. 2:00

ALL THEIR SHADES. Chloé Alliez. France, 2015. 5:46

SCAPEGOAT. Gal Haklay, Shulamit Tager. Israel, 2015. 8:28

ORCA. Shulamit Tager. Israel, 2014. 2:36

OUR WONDERFUL NATURE – THE COMMON CHAMELEON. Tomer Eshed. Germany, 2016. 3:32

ONCE UPON A LINE. Alicja Jasina. United States, 2016. 7:05

TICKING AWAY. Michael Sewnarain. Netherlands, 2015. 9:25

AS A LITTLE BIRD I… Yyhely Hälvin. Estonia, 2016. 7:05

IN THE DISTANCE. Florian Grolig. Germany, 2015. 8:00

IT’S A DOG LIFE. Julie Rembauville. Canada, 2012. 7:47

BEER BY CHARLES BUKOWSKI. Nerdo. Italy, 2016. 2:15

CHANGES. Bob Los. Netherlands, 2016. 3:41

FINE ART INSTALLATION                                                                                                                     (Friday & Saturday, Sept 29-30, 12pm-10pm)

Anderson Contemporary is curating the second installment of Art in Motion II  featuring installation celebrating animation!

Opening Reception: Wed, Sept 13, 6pm-8pm

VIRTUAL REALITY ANIMATION SHOWCASE                                                                                                           (Friday, Sept 29, 12pm – 8pm & Saturday, Sept 30, 12 – 6pm)

Our Virtual Reality Animation Showcase is happening on the 29th Floor Showroom at 180 Maiden Lane. It’s a 26,000 sq ft space with 360-degree views from 500 ft above Manhattan. We will be presenting work from a number of amazing creators INCLUDING Chris Milk, Penrose Studios, Jakob Steensen, Pirahna / Hey Mister!, Midas Touch, Artella / Sketchfab, Third Wish Media, High Fidelity, and NYU MAGNET among others!

PROFESSIONAL PANELS  

(Friday & Saturday, Sept 29-30, 12pm – 9pm)

Panel, presentation, and industry participants scheduled INCLUDE Kickstarter, ASIFA East, Penrose Studios, The Mill, Sesame Studios, Artella, SketchFab, SVA, VR Voice, Children’s Media Association, Tommy Stathes, Stash Media, Max Rothman, John Dilworth, Augenblick Studios, Abelana, High Fidelity, Framestore, and many more!

Pitching Animation (Sept 29, 12pm) – Featuring: Elise McCave (Kickstarter), LaToye Adams (Children’s Media Association), Alba E. Garcia-Rivas (Fantasiation), and Bálint Gelley (CUB Animation) with Jimbo Matison as moderator.

IGDA NYC presents: Careers in Gaming (Sept 29, 1pm) – Featuring: Keith Stevens (Motion Sickness), Jenn Chiu (Motion Sickness), and Neil Sveri (DreamSail Games) with James Seetal (IGDA NYC) as moderator.

The Incredibly Surprising History and Future of Brooklyn Animation (Sept 29, 2pm) – Featuring: Tommy Stathes (Cartoons on Film) and Aaron Augenblick (Augenblick Studios) with David Kay (The Winthrop Group) as moderator.

Film Festival Strategy (Sept 29, 3pm) – Featuring: Susan Godfrey (The Productive), Katie Cropper Klein (ASIFA East), Don Cato (Queens World Film Festival) and Shannon Walker (The Lower East Side Film Festival) with Faiyaz Jafri as moderator.

Cinematic Campfire Poetry (Sept 29, 4pm) – Featuring: Max Rothman (Monticello Park Productions).

Artella Virtual Studio: Sketchfab, Lily & Snout, and the Future of WebVR (Sept 29, 5pm) – Featuring: Bobby Beck (Artella Virtual Studio) and Paul Chambers (Sketchfab).

VR Voice Panel: Storytelling in Virtual Reality (Sept 29, 6pm) – Featuring: Tom Westerlin (Nice Shoes), Jon Clinkenbeard (Clinkenfilms), Emma Mankey Hidem (SunnySideVR), Kane Lee (Baobab Studios) and Charlie Fink with Bob Fine (VR Voice) as moderator.

Surviving and Thriving as a Freelancer (Sept 29, 7pm) – Featuring: Kalika Sharma (Antidote), Stephen Brooks (Rubber Onion), Pilar Newton (PilarToons), and John Schnall (Quality Schnallity, Inc.) with Dayna Gonzalez (Jumping Tadpole Productions) as moderator.

The Philosophy of Animation Style (Sept 29, 8pm) – Featuring: Stephen Price (Stash Media), Bruna Berford (Penrose Studios), Max Rothman (Monticello Park Productions), and Amid Amidi (Cartoon Brew) with Faiyaz Jafri as moderator.

NYFL The New Disruptors: New Pathways to Storytelling (Sept 30, 12pm) – Featuring: Devin Dixon (BingeWave), Valerie Lisyansky (SWARM), and Brandon Henriquez (Pretend Labs) with Daron Jenkins (NYFL) as moderator.

Animation in VR: Pipelines and Workflow (Sept 30, 1pm) – Featuring: Kevin Yong Qu with Bruna Berford (Penrose Studios), Tyler Hopf (SVA), Cat Gulácsy (The Mill), and Tom Westerlin (Nice Shoes) with Kiira Benzing (Double Eye Productions) as moderator.

Puppetry and Motion Capture in Animation (Sept 30, 2pm) – Featuring: Jordan Geary (Sesame Studios), Sam Koji Hale (IBEX Puppetry Inc.), Paul Andrejco (Puppet Heap), Alba E. Garcia-Rivas (Fantasiation), and Matt Witham with Tristian Goik (ASIFA East) as moderator.

Animation: New Models for Business (Sept 30, 3pm) – Featuring: Dave Jesteadt (GKIDS), Jeremy Rosen (Frederator), and Kim Diaz (Sesame Studios) with Mark Sternberg (REVRIE Immersive Works) as moderator.

Pre-Production and Planning: The Importance of Developing an Idea (Sept 30, 4pm) – John Dilworth (Stretch Films), David Pagano (Paganomation), Aaron Augenblick (Augenblick Studios), and Jimbo Matison with Nina Balton (The Toon Goons) as moderator.

Animation Tech: Multi-User Experiences in Virtual Reality – (Sept 30, 5pm) – Featuring: Mikita Labanok (Abelana VR Productions), Tom Schofield (High Fidelity), Rob Sabatini (Pirahna / Hey Mister!), Lisa Kotecki (AltSpace), and Javier Molina (NYU Magnet) with Mark Sternberg (REVRIE Immersive Works) as moderator.

INDUSTRY EVENTS
(Friday, Sept 29, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm & Saturday, Sept 30, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm)

One-on-one Speed Pitching Blocks (Invite only. We will be putting out a call for artists, soon!)
Animators/directors will have an opportunity to talk one-on-one with Industry reps!

2017 ANNY Best of Fest Wrap Party (Saturday, Sept 30, 10pm. (Venue, TBA))

Event Details: Fri & Sat, Sept 29-30, 2017, 12pm-10pm, 180 Maiden Lane, NYC

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Technology -VR – CONVERGENCE at NYFF 9/29 – 10/1 *nyc Lincoln Center

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Convergence

The sixth edition of the annual program delves into the world of immersive storytelling via interactive experiences, featuring virtual reality, augmented reality, live labs and demos, and more.

Convergence is free to the public and will take place Friday, September 29, from 3-6pm, and Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1, from 12-6pm in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center (144 W 65th St.).

Dark Corner VR: Night Night, Mule, & Catatonic

Guy Shelmerdine 2017 USA 18 minutes

The team at Dark Corner Studios have made a name for themselves on 360 degree virtual reality film projects that explore the boundaries of horror cinema by placing audiences in the center of thrilling—and often terrifying—scenarios.

Look But With Love – Episodes 1 & 2

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy 2017 USA

Directed by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and presented by WITHIN, this documentary series follows extraordinary people in Pakistan actively working to change their communities through causes they care deeply about.

VR and the Future of Virtual Production by Lucasfilm

Jose Perez, Rachel Rose, Nick Rasmussen

From the depths of earth’s oceans to galaxies far, far away, VR allows us to be anyone, go anywhere, and see anything. Lucasfilm and its visual effects division, Industrial Light & Magic, have harnessed the power of this medium to create a new Virtual Production toolset, allowing filmmakers to build and scout a virtual set, manipulate props, puppeteer characters and vehicles, even compose shots to create virtual storyboards.

Reality Jockeys

Vizor 2017 Finland

Finnish visual artists Fthr and Lintu specialize in creating surreal worlds in real time while interacting with the audience. Using custom software (Vizor Patches) and a variety of materials, they guide you through a trip that starts from nothing and ends in a living, breathing virtual world.

Sanctuaries of Silence

Adam Loften, Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee 2017 USA

In Loften and Vaughan-Lee’s piece, the story that we’re asked to experience is that of silence itself, as told through the unique perspective of acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton.

Virtual Virtual Reality

Tender Claws 2017 USA

The brainchild of Tender Claws, the collective behind PRY (2015), Virtual Virtual Reality ponders humanity’s purpose in a future where our jobs have been co-opted by machines. Will we be little more than relics, reminders…even pets?

Arilyn

With Augmented Reality, which superimposes images, video, and other content onto our flesh and bone world, the line between the virtual and the real can blur to the point of being indistinguishable—with little more than a cell phone.

Gamescape: The Revenge of Full Motion Video

Full Motion Video games are making a comeback as creators breathe new life into this 35-year-old form. The 2017 edition of Gamescape celebrates some of the best new FMV work and looks back on titles both famous and infamous from the golden age of the arcade.

De-Escalation Room: Live Lab with Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab

Lance Weiler

A collaboration with SAFELab, the De-Escalation Room aims to create an immersive storytelling space that reckons with the negative behaviors of social media, forcing its players to work together to defuse an otherwise dangerous situation.

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Talk – #free – Sydnie Mosley Speaks 9/21 & 9/25

One of our favorite choreographers will be talking on two panels :

be a part of two public conversations within the next week on topics that We are passionate about. Join her in dialogue.

This Thursday, she will join activist Marissa Gutierrez and academic Christopher Kennedy discussing:

How do we build strong and respectful alliances?; systems thinking for partnership, group listening, movement history and makeup; and how to be an awesome ally.

Monday-she will join Harlem Arts Alliance and Dance/NYC to discuss strategies to address racial equity within the Harlem dance community.

Sydnie will be chatting with some amazing colleagues including our moderator Monique Martin, Director of Programming, Harlem Stage.

All events are free and open-to-the-public. Scroll down to learn more and be sure to reserve your seat for each!

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IMPACT HOUR: COLLABORATOIN ACROSS BORDERS

Sept. 21 @ 6PM | WeWork South Williamsburg 

109 S 5th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249

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Town Hall: Dance Artistry and Advocacy in the Harlem Arts Community

Sept. 25 @ 6:30PM | The Herbert Cave Auditorium

Harlem Hospital | 512 Lenox Avenue, NY, NY 10037 

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Dance- DON’T MISS! Ronald K Brown/EVIDENCE at Billie Holiday Theatre *bklyn 9/22-24/17

Ronald K.  Brown/EVIDENCE 

at the newly renovated Billie Holiday Theatre

Limited Engagement: Sep 22 – 24, 2017 

EVIDENCE at the Billy Holiday Theater

Limited Engagement: Sep 22 – 24, 2017 

1368 Fulton Street, BK 

You don’t want to miss this historical moment when the renowned Ronald K.

Brown/EVIDENCE, A Dance Company takes to the boards for the very first time of the newly renovated Billie Holiday Theatre, Inc. Brown will be joined in conversation by the legendary Judith Jamison on Opening Night! BUY TIXS NOW! 

#RestorationART

ImageNation Cinema Foundation | www.imagenation.us I 212-340-1874

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