Congratulations to Student Dance Filmmakers

The Departments of Modern Dance and Film & Media Arts are pleased to announce the jury selections for the Student Dance for the Camera Program for the 8th International Dance for the Camera Festival and Workshop with Katrina McPherson.

We would like to thank students from around the globe for their submissions and congratulate the selected filmmakers. This is the first year a Jury's Choice Cash Award has been offered.

JURY STATEMENT
The $200 award goes to the Workshop "Cámaras danzantes (Dancing Cameras)" taught by Silvina Szperling at Escuela Internacional Cine y TV in Cuba, in collaboration with Festival DVDanza Habana, directed by Roxana de los Ríos, during March-April 2011. With over 80 submissions from around the world the collection of student dance films made during a workshop in Havana, Cuba with Silvina Szperling from Argentina, are particularly compelling. It is to the sponsors of this workshop that we award our cash prize, as a way of supporting their efforts. By the simplest of means, these student filmmakers immediately transport us to their worlds, and a great spirit of humanity is evident in every film.

JURIED STUDENT PROGRAM – Thursday, September 15, Marriott Center for Dance
University of Utah

Panal
Tristana Castilla (Spain)
Escuela Internacional Cine y TV, Cuba
 
Volatile Three
Kayleigh Atkinson
De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
 
Whirligig
James Gould and Kristen Lucas
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, US
 
The Breath We Left
Tara Rynders
Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida, US
 
Lola
Anna Potapova
Okatankino, Russia
 
Lost Horizon
Tanja London
University of Utah, US
 
Parallax Error
Anne C. Moore
California Institute of the Arts, US
 
Hare
Eugenia Silveira
Universidad de Republica, Uruguay
 
Lights Flicker in the Subterranea
David Bird and Hunter McCurry
Oberlin College, US
 
Vivir es Vivir
Luis Ernesto Donas
Escuela Internacional Cine y TV, Cuba
 
Carry on Anyways
Remy Fernandez-O’Brien and Nicole Parma
Brown University, US
 
The Wait of Gravity
Renata Sheppard
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US
 
Shadowed
Hamish Anderson
Bournemouth University, UK
 
Stranger Dances
Sabrina Cavins
University of Colorado at Boulder, US
 
Blood in the Northwest: The Burden of Skin
Mollie Wolf
University of Colorado at Boulder, US
 
Danción
Jerman Catalan (Chile)
Escuela Internacional Cine y TV, Cuba
 
Honorable Mentions (Lobby Screening)

Entre Nous
Blair Brown
Loyola Marymount University, US
 
Gray #2 Boundary
Jenilyn Brown
California State University, Long Beach, US
 
Submissions from Escuela Internacional Cine y TV – Cuba
Instructor, Silvina Szperling -Argentina
 
Ejercicio
Jerman Catalan - Chile
 
Espacio
Tristana Castilla - Spain
 
#1
Luvyen Mederos - Cuba
 
Simona
Luis Ernesto Doñas - Cuba
 
Lo Siento
Jerman Catalan
 
Yogurt
Felipe López – Colombia

Jury members included Marta Renzi, Choreographer and Dance Filmmaker from New York, Robert Schaller, Filmmaker and Director of the Handmade Film Institute from Boulder, Colorado, Michael Trent, Artistic Director and Resident Choreographer of Toronto’s Dancemakers and the Centre for Creation, Wyn Pottratz, Graduate Student in the Department of Modern Dance pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Screendance, and Danielle Short, Graduate Student in the Department of Film & Media Arts, also pursuing a Graduate Certificate in Screendance. (For jury bios go to: www.dance.utah.edu/danceforcamerafest/StudentCompetitions.html) For more information on the entire Festival and Workshops, please go to www.dance.utah.edu/danceforcamerafest/


Ellen Bromberg
Associate Professor, Department of Modern Dance
Director, The International Dance for the Camera Festival
Director, Graduate Certificate in Screendance
University of Utah
330 S. 1500 East, Rm. 106
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Personal Office – 801/587-9807
Dance Office – 801/581-7327
Fax - 801/581-5442
e.bromberg@utah.edu

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