Uprooted – The Journey of Jazz Dance

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Uprooted - The Journey of Jazz Dance explores the history, lineage and future progressions of jazz dance.

The story of jazz dance is a complex one as it goes to the very heart of humanity. It is a story of triumph over adversity, oppression and privilege as well as a celebration. Because ultimately, what all people have in common is rhythm and a basic human need to get down. The film aims to not only educate people about jazz dance’s lineage and history, but also to inspire the dancer of tomorrow to keep this art form alive.

BONUS PROGRAM: Features Q&A with director Khadifa Wong, producer Lisa Donmall-Reeve, co-creator Zac Nemorin, director of photography Matt Simpkins, and editor Joan Gill Amorim. Moderated by Manjula Varghese.

Viewing Details: This digital screening is available to stream between 12:00 pm Sunday, October 18 and 11:59 pm Sunday, October 25. Suggested Viewing Time: Sunday, October 18 at 6:30 pm followed by bonus program.

Available for Viewing in the US ONLY

Community Partners: Shawl-Anderson Dance Center

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Feature Ticket, Festival Pass

$9.00 / $50.00

Available October 18 - October 25

Director(s): Khadifa Wong
Choreographer: Various Artists

Documentary, Feature

Sponsored by: Brian & Rene Hollins / Larissa K. Roesch

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