Globe Trot: Collaborators Wanted!

Filmmakers and dancers —

Filmmaker Mitchell Rose and choreographer Bebe Miller are working on a crowd-sourced dance-film project called GLOBE TROT in which 50 filmmaker/dancer pairs around the world teach two seconds of Bebe's choreography to non-dancers on the streets of their respective lands. (Most people can learn two seconds of even moderately complicated dance steps.) They'll send the footage to Mitchell who'll edit it together into a seamless whole. We're looking for collaborators!

Check out the intro video at:

What we like about this is seeing non-dancers performing sophisticated choreography, a bit awkwardly… but trying their best. And there’s a sense of unity in it -- of the democratization of dance.

We also think this is a fascinating exercise in getting strangers around the world to remotely collaborate in detailed precision.

Would you like to participate? Please sign-up at the website. (Sign-up closes in a few days.)

Thanks very much for considering it.


Mitchell Rose and Bebe Miller

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