Anna Brady Nuse's Blog (8)

Kinetic Cinema with Elizabeth Zimmer Oct 6th

Next Monday, Oct 6th you won't want to miss veteran dance critic Elizabeth Zimmer at Kinetic Cinema. As the editor of the seminal book "Envisioning Dance On Film and Video" (Routledge, 2002), Elizabeth Zimmer has researched and grappled with issues of mediatized… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on September 29, 2008 at 11:46pm — No Comments

Kinetic Cinema is Back! Monday Sept 8th

I'm very pleased to announce the start of a new season of Kinetic Cinema, with the first screening happening at 8pm on Monday Sept 8th at Chez Bushwick. As you might of heard, our original presenting partner, Collective:Unconscious unexpected lost their space in Tribeca this July when their basement was flooded and they were forced out by their landlord. It is a sad and all too familiar story of endangered affordable art… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on September 5, 2008 at 10:37pm — No Comments

Artist-driven Curating and How it Could Help Galvanize a Screendance Movement

At the Screendance conference at ADF two weeks ago, I presented a paper that put forth an argument for the value of "artist-driven" curating in developing and galvanizing an art form. I wanted to propose a way of raising awareness about screendance among dance communities that would help dancers to feel like they can enter this art form that is new to them with a set of useable skills and knowledge already in place.



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Added by Anna Brady Nuse on July 23, 2008 at 6:14pm — No Comments

Report on Screendance:State of the Art 2 at ADF

Linda Sabo (back of her head), Vicky Bloor, and Steph Wright at the Screendance conference.

photo: American Dance Festival 2008/Sara D. Davis



I'm finally home after several weeks on the road, crossing the country and then heading south for the second Screendance: State of the Art conference at the… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on July 18, 2008 at 7:55am — 2 Comments

What's the Worst Dance Film Ever?

At the next Kinetic Cinema on June 2nd, choreographer Kriota Willberg will be presenting a hilarious program of the worst dance films in history. To help her compile her list, she is seeking input from the community. Please comment here with your top picks of the worst dance films, and come out to Kinetic Cinema to see what makes the cut!



From Kriota:



1. WHAT, IN YOUR OPINION, IS THE WORST DANCE FILM OF ALL TIME, EVER? It can be a… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on May 13, 2008 at 3:57pm — No Comments

A Great Week for Dance Film Lovers (especially in NYC)

There is a lot of great dance film stuff going on this week!



Screening:

First, you won't want to miss Kinetic Cinema tonight (5/5) curated by downtown dance fav Levi Gonzalez. Levi has brought out a bunch of friends to share cutting edge dance videos and talk about experimentalism in dance and film. Come see new videodances by Melanie Maar, Sarah White, Theo Angell, Yasuko Yokoshi, Hedia Maron, ChameckiLerner, and much more!



Be one of the first 10 to arrive and… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on May 5, 2008 at 2:12pm — No Comments

Please take this survey on videodance and Move the Frame blog

Click here to take a survey on Move the Frame!



Dear friends and colleagues,



I'm conducting a little survey to collect information about your perceptions of Move the Frame blog and videodance in general to help me to improve the blog and make it more useful to you and the videodance community. Also, I'm writing a case study on Move the… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on April 23, 2008 at 11:00am — No Comments

Jonah Bokaer guest curates Kinetic Cinema Monday April 7th

On Monday April 7th, Chez Bushwick founder and dance/media phenom Jonah Bokaer will guest curate a program for Kinetic Cinema, my monthly screening series at Collective:Unconscious.



For his program, Jonah will show pivotal works of movement-based video art by Nam June Paik. The theme of the evening will be the thread between between video art and post-modern dance focusing on Paik's significant contributions to both art… Continue

Added by Anna Brady Nuse on April 2, 2008 at 12:39am — No Comments

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