Festival Presentation and Videodance Screening

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Festival Presentation and Videodance Screening

Time: November 20, 2012 from 7:15pm to 9pm
Location: Centro de Documentación de las Artes Escénicas de Andalucía
Street: Plaza de Santa Lucía, s/n
City/Town: Sevilla
Website or Map: http://www.mesdedanza.es/prog…
Event Type: presentation, screening, videodance, contemporary, dance, festival
Organized By: Mes de Danza, La Ignorancia and Costa Contemporánea
Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2012

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As a part of the activities related to Mes de Danza in Seville there will be on 20th November a presentation of Costa Contemporánea: Contemporary Dance and Performing Arts Festival.

The presentationwill be followed by the screening of a selection of videodances created by Yara Paz, Tristana Castilla, Rubén Hernández and Gwladys Le Calvez during the videodance workshop held at the festival this year.

The videodance workshop was led by Ana Cembrero (filmmaker and choreographer) and Jorge Piquer (director of photography and filmmaker). La Ignorancia dance film music.

They are authors of many successfull videofilms, shortfilms and installations. A good example of this is  the international award-winning videodance Cinética filmed in Natural Park Cabo de Gata-Níjar. Both Ana and Jorge live and work in Brussels.

At Costa Contemporánea 2012 La Ignorancia has led an audiovisual workshop where the participants have discovered and explored their personal creativity and the relationship between dance and film in order to carry out a dance video with the natural settings of the Natural Park and the Mediterranean Coast

Video: Making off

Click here to watch the Teaser - Vídeo

Cick here to see the Photos of the Workshop 

Photos: Pollobarba

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Comment by Costa Contemporánea on November 22, 2012 at 3:57am
Comment by Costa Contemporánea on November 20, 2012 at 4:49pm
Comment by Costa Contemporánea on November 19, 2012 at 3:01am

"STAGE TUBE: Costa Contemporanea's LA IGNORANCIA Videodance Workshop http://ning.it/QSmEci"

"STAGE TUBE: Teaser Videodances Costa Contemporánea LA IGNORANCIA http://ning.it/QSmO3g"

 

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