Screendance Intensive 2016, Winnipeg Canada

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Screendance Intensive 2016, Winnipeg Canada

Time: August 8, 2016 to August 20, 2016
Location: Winnipeg, Canada
Street: 211 Bannatyne Ave
City/Town: Winnipeg, Canada.
Event Type: screendance, two, week, summer, intensive
Organized By: Constance Cooke, Parachute Media Lab
Latest Activity: May 19, 2016

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SCREENDANCE INTENSIVE 2016

Calling All: Videographers, Choreographers, Filmmakers, Dancers, and Artists from all Genres, come explore the choreographic and filmic potential of creating dance specifically for the camera.

This workshop is for artists of all disciplines who wish to investigate the intersection between dance and the camera (film and video). It will encourage filmmakers to reconsider human movement in the frame and open up new possibilities in a director’s mind. Choreographers can learn how to approach creation of dance for the screen from an aesthetic standpoint as well as gaining technical skills. 

The best part: you get to make a video with dancers in it!

Where: Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers Studios' located on Treaty One territory, on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples. Winnipeg is often referred to as the geographical Centre of North America. 

Mentors: Constance Cooke, Kayla Jeanson and Pamela Millar.
Guests include: Katrina McPherson (Scotland), David Hinton (United Kingdom) Ellen Bromberg (United States) Kelly Hargraves (United States).
https://parachutemedialab.com/2016dfc

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