See the Full Lineup of Films:
PIGMENTS: DOWN BY THE BAYOU, 8min., USA, Dance
Directed by Dawn Richard
Pigments is accompanied by a short film that features the dance students of New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and was helmed by Richard and her longtime collaborator Monty Marsh. For her directorial debut, Richard intentionally casted students who had builds, skin tones, or hairstyles that might seem “unconventional” to most prestigious dance companies. She then allowed each dancer to select the piece that spoke most to them, and filmed their performances with an all-local crew.
BO|U|NDS, 5min., France, Dance
Directed by Emeline Rochefeuille, Jakub Jakooubek
A short story about breaking out of constrictions, a never-ending quest of self-expansion. Our perception of Love, entwined with the values of curiosity, courage and connection to others...freedom.
THE CELL, 22min., Taiwan, Dance
Directed by Po Cheng Tsai, Meng Hsueh Ho
In The Cell , Po-Cheng Tsai and the tanzmainz ensemble dedicate himself to the many facets of a single personality. A cell can be a prison, but it can also be the beginning of a great whole. A cell has all potentials, destructive as well as creative. And it can be a small group within an ensemble in conjunction with others ...
ARRIVAL BY HORSE, 12min., UK, Dance/Documentary
Directed by Robyn Pete
A dancer finds herself in a new practice - with horses. This film documents her process as she finds her authentic self through equine facilitated therapy.