International Shorts 3
Storytelling: Five short narratives of love, loss, oppression and exuberance told through dance.
Saturday, October 10 | 9:30 pm
Little Dreams(Belgium, 2015) 6:04
Director: Wilkie Branson
Choreographer: Wilkie Branson
View Trailer A dance animation about dreams, fears, and aspirations.
The Birch Grove(USA, 2015) 20:12
Director: Gabrielle Lansner
Choreographer: Lansner Company
View Trailer | More Info Caught between love and death, two brothers wrestle with their past in a dance towards reconciliation.
Edifice(Turkey, 2014) 12:30
Director: Irmak Karasu
Choreographer: Hazal Kiziltoprak
View Trailer | More Info The story of a woman’s revolt against the moral values which are imposed by society. The characters question the social trauma inflicted upon their bodily memories.
Danced Off the Ground (Det Skal Danses Væk)(Denmark, 2014) 4:32
Director: Maia Elisabeth Sørensen
Choreographer: Sigurd Johan Heide
View Trailer | More Info A boy walks through his school seeing visions of his classmates dancing in hallways, staircases, and restrooms.
Director: Isabelle Hayeur
Choreographer: Virginie Brunelle
View Trailer | More Info Bringing together contemporary dance and architecture in a series of six pieces, A Short History of Madness evokes the history of treatment of mental illness.
* Co-presented by Consulate General of Canada / Cultural Services of the Consulate General of France in San Francisco | back to festival schedule