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Skin Deep: Faizah Grootens with The Legendary Black Ice and KIP Republic (NDL) 3min
Skyscrapers Act 1 – Belonging
KIP Republic presents Skin Deep, a short dance film that expresses the daily struggle of trying to turn the noise inside one’s head into music: screeching voices into a choir, emotional clumsiness into dance, and the paradox of this repetitive loop, a continuous search for a sense of belonging.
Choreography & interpretation: Faizah Grootens Poem: The Legendary Black Ice Creative director: Ayra Kip Photography: David Van Delden
Here Say: Emilie Leriche (US) 8min
“Here/say” is a piece that exists -in simple terms- as a conversation between two people; where dialogue melts into movement, movement back into dialogue, and in the end both serve the same purpose of revealing the complexities that lie in communicating with each other.
Choreography & direction: Emilie Leriche Performers: Arika Yamada & Riley O’Flynn Music: Wolf Bergen Cinematography: Alana Da Silva
Dinner is Served:Kristen Carcone (CA) 4min
Set in 1920s New York at a dinner party in the home of an upper-class family. This dance-theatre film explores the tension between our external, socialized behavior vs our internal truth. Dinner is Served is a commentary on societal programming and the belief-systems that make us think we need to hide parts of ourselves in order to be accepted.
Concept & Choreography: Kristen Carcone Performers: Kiya Schnorr, Michael-Anthony Souza, Chris Baptista, Andrea Murillo, Maddy Wright, Melanie Comeau, Holly Heiser, Kim Ross, Christine Flores, Maleek Washington, Kendell “History” Hinds Direction & Edition: Roger Galvez Cinematography: Roger Galvez & Jesse Hunt Music: “To The Top” by Too Many Zooz
Bright Night: NVA (CH/US) 5min
Sometimes good, sometimes great, and sometimes not well at all. How do you feel these days? Bright Night is a short film created so that maybe you, me, us can think about those darker days. And more importantly, make them feel more real. So that the conversation around them can start.
Direction/Choreography/Interpretation & Editing: Nicole Von Arx Photography: Dan Gross
The Onion: Collaboration Renato González, Pascal Marty & Sarah Matry-Guerre (FR/MX) 10min
Concept &Interpretation: Renato González, Pascal Marty & Sarah Matry-Guerre
Direction & Edition: Renato González
Panóptica: MEC / Eduard Mar (COL) 5min
This film explores the psychological and physical impact of a person in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic locked up in a confined space, and shows the various emotional changes as they move through confinement. Mar reflects on the role of dance as a catalyst for emotions, and its ability to narrate and heal.
Concept & Choreography: Eduard Mar Interpretation: Eduardo Cifuentes Direction: Jose Varón y Melissa Jurado Music: Ezra Axelrod