Repetition, Revelation and Transformation: Editing Screendance with Simon Fildes

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Repetition, Revelation and Transformation: Editing Screendance with Simon Fildes

Time: June 23, 2013 at 7pm to June 28, 2013 at 10pm
Location: University of Utah Marriott Center for Dance
Street: 330 S 1500 East
City/Town: Salt Lake City
Website or Map: http://dance.utah.edu/screend…
Phone: 801-581-7327
Event Type: summer, '13, screendance, festival, and, workshop
Organized By: Ellen Bromberg
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2013

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The University of Utah Department of Modern Dance presents Screendance Festival and Workshop '13. Simon will share his 18 years experience of editing dance on screen, working with the award-winning director Katrina McPherson in this is week-long workshop of hands-on editing and examination of process. Also being presented are three evenings of dance films:

June 23 Inter/National Adjudicated Student Films
from Rwanda, South Africa, Thailand, UK, and U.S.

June 24 Award Winning Films by Simon Fildes
Including world premiere of The Time it Takes. Simon Fildes will be present at the screenings.

June 28 Selected European Films curated by Simon Fildes
Works by Wim Vanderkeybus, Jonathan Burrows, Joelle Bouvier, Simon Ellis, Becky Edmunds, Magali Charrier, Lucy Cash, Marinus Groothof.

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Comment by Ellen Bromberg on April 13, 2013 at 1:42am

A reminder that there is an early bird discount of $50 if you register by May 1st for Repetition, Revelation and Transformation: Editing Screendance with Simon Fildes.  Check it out: dance.utah.edu/screendancefest

Comment by John Toenjes on November 25, 2012 at 8:37am

Looks great! I will pass it on to our Screendance students.

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