Screendance I: Short N’ Suite

Indulge in a playful smorgasbord of dance film with an eclectic mix of artistic disciplines and styles

Indulge in a playful smorgasbord of dance film, with fifteen bite-sized pieces showcasing an eclectic mix of artistic disciplines and styles. From animated battling ballerinas to Broadway tappers, classical Indian dancers to a hilarious look at beauty rituals, this program is an easy way to sample the diversity of this expressive and ever-evolving genre.

Viewing Details: Streaming Only

Program Info

Runtime: 59 minutes

October 28 - November 7

Venue: Streaming on Eventive

$8.99 General Admission

Program Films

TheGame, James Kinney, Pierre Marais
Characters take to the streets with flair in this short Noir dance film.
James Kinney, Pierre Marais
James Kinney
(United States, 2021) 4:30 minutes

The Game

Firebrand Sway, Saam Gabbay
String theory and sonder are brought to life through contemporary western movement with classical Indian Bharatanatyam and Kathak in an other-worldly landscape.
Saam Gabbay
Achinta S. McDaniel
(United States, 2021) 4:45 minutes

Firebrand Sway

Going Down, Cailin Leigh Mannin
A whimsical dance film about a wild fantasy.
Cailin Leigh Manning
Cailin Leigh Manning
(United States, 2022) 4:08 minutes

Going Down

STAVROPOL, Andrew Margetson
A short dance film featuring a choreographed 'battle' between two teams of female dancers.
Andrew Margetson
Irina Kononova
(United Kingdom, 2022) 4:14 minutes


Tajabone, Raphael Chatelain, Nicolas Huchard
Uplifting, inspiring, and uncompromising - Tajabone is a transcendental parade of queer empowerment.
Raphael Chatelain, Nicolas Huchard
Nicolas Huchard
(France, 2021) 3:30 minutes


Milez, Stephanie Patrick, Ben Lee
Eight Early Era artists must decide whether to stay within the boxes that confine them or break free.
Stephanie Patrick, Ben Lee
Daniel Broxton, Stephanie Patrick
(United States, 2021) 4:00 minutes


Yurodivy, Ryan- Renshaw
A contemporary exploration of humankind's relentless pursuit for wealth and happiness.
Ryan Renshaw
Kyle Page
(Australia, 2021) 3:51 minutes


Barbarians Origins, Romain Rachline Borgeaud
One boy’s courage inspires a movement.
(France, 2022) 3:40 minute

Barbarians : Origins

Music For Waxing, Giulia-Giannola
Femininity, beauty, and sweetness are interpreted with a little irony.
Giulia Giannola
Ksusha Bondar
(Italy, 2021) 2:14 minutes

Music for Waxing

Twine, Ana Contreras, Keely Song
A purely imagined world of movement and animation.
Ana Contreras, Keely Song
Keely Song
(United States, 2022) 3:42 minutes


Barre Fight, Anjali Tewani
Rival ballerinas cross paths at a recital.
Anjali Tewani
Anjali Tewani
(United States, 2022) 2:57 minutes

Barre Fight!

Cuckoo Song, James Copeman
A joyous, hypnotic dance experience that celebrates Mother Nature’s seasonal cycle.
James Copeman
Sophia Melvin
(United Kingdom, 2021) 5:40 minutes

Cuckoo Song

Say We, Matthieu Belin
A pandemic perspective on emotions without the limitations of a linear narrative.
Matthieu Belin
Anneliese Charek
(France, 2022) 3:56

Say We

X.Y., Xidan Zhang, Jingrong Li
Featuring the talents of two, twin dancers, this film offers a unique perspective on spiritual wilderness.
Xidan Zhang, Jingrong Li
Xing Zhu, Yue Zhu
(China, 2019) 4:27 minutes


Moses Supposes, Caleb Teicher
A fresh, new take on “Moses Supposes” from Singin’ in the Rain.
Caleb Teicher
Gene Kelly
(United States, 2021) 3:52 minutes

Moses Supposes