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Movement Media provides services, strategies, and opportunities for dance artists to make works for screen. The core activities of Movement Media are screenings, consulting services, workshops, and interactive media publications (blogs, social networks, online videos etc). These services address a growing need for dance artists to engage with media, particularly online and on new media platforms, in order to reach audiences, grow artistically, and stay relevant in today’s mediatized world.
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http://pentacle.org/movement_media.asp
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Check out the first winners of Movement Media's Weekly Online Videodance Contest on Move the Frame!

Week one contest Winners announced on Move the Frame:

The theme we chose to kick things off first with was “Amateur or Professional.” After viewing this week’s video submissions, it became apparent that the distinctions between amateur and professional are blurry at best. A professional can create an amateur film by incorporating the lightheartedness and innocence that an amateur film often possesses. Conversely, a professional video may include simple everyday movements that are universally used by individuals as they conduct their daily routines.

Therefore, this week’s winners are… (drum roll please)

‘Snew’: Videodance representing the Amateur Category, Co-directed by Jody Oberfelder and David Lachman

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnZqzvF2J_0&feature=player_embedded

AND

‘Drive’: Videodance representing the Professional Category, Choreographed and directed by Jane Osborne.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceHbv0B1kxQ&feature=player_embedded

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A survey for Artists

Posted on February 26, 2010 at 12:49pm 0 Comments

We'd like to learn about Dance Videos you have made and what you do for Media Marketing Campaigns. Take this Artist Survey to tell us more. There's an opportunity to ask us for help on improving online marketing--just let us know!
http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e2n83wvhg2nmp5q3/start

Larry Keigwin shares his Success Story of Promoting Dance with Video

Posted on February 17, 2010 at 12:24pm 0 Comments

View our new uploaded video of Featured Choreographer, Larry Keigwin, who shares his Success Story Promoting Dance with Video. Share your comments with us! Stay tuned for more success stories from the panelists from this Information Session at the 2010 APAP conference in NYC. http://youtube.com/user/FilmingDance4web.

View Movement Media's featured Videodance of the Week

Posted on February 8, 2010 at 1:15pm 0 Comments

'Depart' by RUBBERBANDance--A chance meeting in an airport gives a lost relationship an opportunity for reconciliation. http://www.youtube.com/user/FilmingDance4web

FilmingDance4web Video Dance Channel on YouTube

Posted on February 2, 2010 at 11:48am 0 Comments

Movement Media showcases Filmmakers and Video Artists in our featured Countries Playlist:
Catch the video of an exciting dance performance, 'SILENT COLLISIONS exerpt 1'
http://youtube.com/user/FilmingDance4web
Enjoy many other videodances on our Channel.

Dancers, Support the Dance Community by Taking this Artist Survey on Media Marketing, Film, & Video.

Posted on January 11, 2010 at 2:34pm 0 Comments

This survey is designed for artists of all levels of experience. Even if you have not done much pertaining to Media Marketing, Film, or Video, we ask that you participate in this survey, so we can learn more about you.



Take the survey, by visiting our blog, MovetheFrame. http://pentacleblogs.org/movetheframe/



This Survey will Help us Learn More About the Following Areas:



Media Marketing: What do dancers need… Continue

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At 3:22pm on April 7, 2009, Steven Karageanes said…
Thanks for the add. Look forward to seeing some of your work.

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