SFDFF On The Road
PROGRAM 3: Bay Area Shorts (BA17)
Selected from our 2017 Fall Festival, this collection of screen dance shorts was made by or features SF Bay Area artists, with an array of styles, perfect for any audience.
Flock Together(United States, 2017) 5:00
Director: Alex Irwin
Choreographer: Alex Irwin
Schedule Three birds of different feathers, each proud and distinct in behavior, cross paths. Will they learn to play nice?
Stray Notes(United States, 2017) 4:36
Director: Kate Duhamel
Choreographer: Courtney Henry, Michael Montgomery, Babatunji
Schedule Three dancers find a simple, magical harmony, but harmonies can become complex.
Ballet Dancers in Slow Motion(United States, 2016) 5:25
Director: Jayson Tang
Choreographer: Pascal Molat
View Trailer | Schedule Combination of twelve videos of San Francisco Ballet dancers shot in extreme slow motion.
Libera(United States, 2017) 6:19
Director: Walter Yamazaki
Choreographer: Lauren Jonas, Diablo Ballet dancers
Schedule Short film examining the dancer in two worlds—the world of constraint and the world of infinite freedom—and how they must strive to find balance between the two.
Night Theme(United States, 2017) 6:15
Director: Ben Estabrook, Heath Orchard
Choreographer: Meghan Horowitz
Schedule From an inauspicious melody written for and recorded on the 1970s album Kill City by Iggy Pop and James Williamson, Night Theme was given new life by this orchestral arrangement, contemporary choreography, and a modern take on psychedelic imagery.
Dive(United States, 2017) 5:14
Director: Charlie Stellar
Choreographer: Haley Wilson
Schedule An alluring journey into the fluid of human and earth.
Dance to the Music in your Heart(United States, 2017) 7:50
Director: Qiying Lin
Choreographer: Antoine Hunter, Ellen S Chang
Schedule How can a deaf person dance? Dance to the music in your heart.
Unspoken(United States, 2016) 6:05
Director: RJ Muna
Choreographer: Dexandro Montalvo
Schedule Some of the Bay Area’s most talented artistic minds join forces to create this haunting, spastic, yet beautiful piece that explores human emotion and stretches the imagination.
The Earth Will Come(Germany/USA, 2017) 3:53
Director: Katelyn Stiles
Choreographer: Kira Kirsch
Schedule Through an intimate encounter between a woman and a forest in the outskirts of Berlin, this short film questions romanticism and our desire to connect to nature, amidst a worldwide environmental crisis.
Airplay(United States, 2017) 2:15
Director: Lauren Bedal
Choreographer: Lauren Bedal
Schedule A young boy left to his own devices lets his imagination run free.
Take Your Time(United States, 2017) 4:49
Director: Max Sachar, Natasha Adorlee Johnson
Choreographer: Natasha Adorlee Johnson
Schedule Take Your Time is a raw and powerful performance-art piece that explores the concept of time & relationships by following a duet as they navigate complex obstacles and spaces.
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