As partner of Moving Futures, again Cinedans put together a special dance filmprogram. The program is based on the different themes and subjects of the performances in the festival. Shorter films from different choreographers and directors are screened.
Films travelling with the festival
Lil Buck with Icons of Modern Art – Director: Andrew Margetson – United Kingdom 2016, 4′: Chicago-born dancer Lil Buck takes London-based director Andrew Margetson on a light-footed tour through the halls of the Frank Gehry-designed ‘Fondation Louis Vuitton’.
Are you multifocal – Director: Assi Weitz, Rob Gradisen – The Netherlands, 2017, 4′: Through an absurd race in your neighborhood back-alley, the film focuses on documenting movement across time in surreal, settings.
Ossa – Director: Dario Imbrogno – Italy 2016, 4′: “All the world is a stage”. In this theater the dance of a puppet, destructured in time and space, shows us the mechanisms that pulls the strings.
Interference – Director: Julianna Ottlik, Kinga Kovács – Hungary, 2018, 4′: The Dynamics of Pattern Interference.
Six in the Beauvoir – Director: Emma Scarafiotti, United Kingdom, 4′: A site-specific performance addressing the way space influences behaviour and movements at the urban area of Beauvoir.
Bleeding and Burning – Director: Guillaume Marin, Canada, 2017, 3′: An orbit of red and black coordinated by the assembly to reach a new galaxy.
Werewolf heart – Director: Christian Weber, Dalel Bacre – United States, 2016, 4′: ”You’d look nice in a grave, I smile at the moon, death is on my face, And if you wait too long, Then you’ll never see the dawn again.”