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12249523077?profile=original  launches documentary collection with nine excellent documentaries on international renown artists: Deborah Hay, Emio Greco |PC, La Ribot, Vera matero, Gilles Jobin, Marcel-li Antunez Roca and more...

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An intimate presentation of seminal Judson Church dance artist Deborah Hay, discussing and performing her work. The documentary also presents her unique process of embodied inquiry and her continued engagement in dance as a means of exploring consciousness and of posing unanswerable questions.

Deborah Hay, not as Deborah Hay | A documentary by Ellen Bromberg

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Hello dance-techers, This is Marlon, the network producer. Welcome to new members! remember to take advantage of belonging to this engaged community: explore it!. Take ownership of your page customizing the looks and the formatting and find pointers to other members asking to connect with them. That way you create your own network inside Share your ideas, work and vision as blog posts, videos, photos create and follow groups and discussions. Also review the dance-tech.interviews and dance-techTV MENU Check out the MENU>on-demand library on dance-techTV A bit of focus... I also want to remind you that the goal of this website is to serve as a platform for information and knowledge exchange on interdisciplinary and innovative approaches on the performance of movement, creativity, embodiment and therefore humanness. The site is open to any individual interested on participating in the conversation within a broad scope of topics and diverse ways contexts and word views. So, diversity is welcome. Allow your common sense, curiosity and creativity to maintain and stretch your contributions within this scope. So, please be mindful about your content and remember that due to our potential for difference and diversity it is very important to add tags and description in order to contextualize to your content...your culture... So...please make it useful for yourself and the community. Highlights: Dance-techTV features Emio Greco | PC: interviews, performance excerpts and documentaries USA dance-techTV announces Special broadcast of the documentary Double Skin/Double Mind From September 27th to October 4th 2009 we will broadcast the documentary Double Skin/Double Mind directed by Maite Bermúdez which has as a reference point a dance workshop created by choreographers Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten. This special broadcast is made possible by MAPP International Productions and Emio Greco | PC Some new dance-tech.interviews Interview with Radhouane El Meddeb @ Beirut International Platform of Dance Across Bodies and Systems: Interview with Susan Kozel Interview with Sonia Sobral @ Rumos ITAU Cultural Danca ( in Portugues) Interviews by deborah hustic aka lomodeedee Interview with Raimund Hoghe: Inner landscapes marked through simplicity Interview with Maja Drobac: Dancing between East and West aka lomodeedee We are featuring Tweeter feeds from members on home page: Norah Zuniga-Shaw...Thank you Norah! THANKS TO ALL DANCE-TECH.NET VIP CONNECTIONS



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Kinetic Cinema with Elizabeth Zimmer Oct 6th

Next Monday, Oct 6th you won't want to miss veteran dance critic Elizabeth Zimmer at Kinetic Cinema. As the editor of the seminal book "Envisioning Dance On Film and Video" (Routledge, 2002), Elizabeth Zimmer has researched and grappled with issues of mediatized dance extensively. For her Oct 6th program she will show two documentaries that offer very different approaches to movement for screen.

The evening will include "The Way Things Go", an award-winning film by Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss, that documents the chain-reactive performance of a 100 foot long kinetic sculpture made entirely of common household objects (click here for a teaser on YouTube). The second half of the program will feature two rarely-seen volumes of a documentary project Elizabeth Zimmer appeared in and assisted on entitled "Downtown Dance-New York 2007". The footage includes interviews with downtown dance favs Ivy Baldwin, Trajal Harrell, Keely Garfield, Larry Keigwin, RoseAnne Spradlin, and David Parker, shows samples of their work, and has brief introductions by Elizabeth.Kinetic CinemaMonday October 6th, 7:00pm (and the first Monday of every month)$5 Admission (buy tix at the door)IRT Theater154 Christopher Street, Suite 3B (btw Washington & Greenwich Streets)New York, NY 10014Phone: 212.206.6875Trains: 1 to Christopher Street, PATH to Christopher StreetAdmission: $5MORE INFO: www.movetheframe.comKinetic Cinema explores the intersection of dance and the moving image both on screen and stage. Each month I invite a special guest from the dance community to share the films and videos that have inspired or moved them. These could be films that feature dance, are kinetic-based, or have been influential on their work in some way. The guest curators come from a range of backgrounds as performers, choreographers, critics, and filmmakers. Next month on Nov 3rd, the collaborative duo, Kerrie Welsh & Sasha Welsh will show films and videos that have influenced their new multimedia performance "Trace Decay."Kinetic Cinema is part of Movement Media, my new project at Pentacle that provides screenings, consulting services, and online interactive programs for dancers about dance and media. More information will be available soon online at
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The lucky winners

HiI am proud to announce the lucky winners of this seasons dance & technology documentary series.Arthur Elsenaar, Jeannette Ginslov and Simon Fildes will get a free documentary produced about their work by Sabine Klaus Creation Editor. The footage of those films will feature here on and presented in full length on Tendu TV. Production will start in February, thus the first screening can be expected in March 2009.CHECK IT OUT!!!
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