1. corybantism

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    Filmed and Edited by Britt Whitmoyer Performance by Ashley Manci Music by Javelin 2014

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    • (not) breathing with gertrude

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      2014 Edited by Brittany Whitmoyer Choreography and peformance by Maxx Passion Filmed at the Duderstadt Video Center University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

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      • The Bones of Your Beliefs Teaser

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        The Bones of Your Beliefs Teaser Full film due out April 2014 Dance film by Brittany Whitmoyer Music from Samuel L. Richards

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        • What is Taken

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          What is Taken Film and Choreography by Brittany Whitmoyer Performance by Jamie Salas Music by T0W3RS- To Be Woke July 2013 Chicago, IL Special Thanks to T0W3RS for use of music and collaboration. Special Thanks to the beautiful and talented Jamie Salas. Special Thanks to A House Unbuilt, in Chicago, for premiering the work and helping to make this project a success!

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          • What is Taken Teaser

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            30 second teaser! Full video to post Friday night, July 5th, 2013! Film and Choreography by: Brittany Whitmoyer Performed by: Jamie Salas Music by: T0W3RS; To Be Woke As part of my thesis research this summer and whilst taking a look at the benefits and impact of dance on film, have challenged myself to choreograph and set a solo, film and edit on location in Chicago, and then present both side by side: the live version of the solo, followed by the finished screendance. (July 5th, 2013 is the screening of both). Dance friends and non-dance friends are invited and welcomed into this exciting endeavor, as I hope to investigate the role social media, the internet, and film have on the future of dance. The most important part of this process is the feedback received at the showing: I will be looking for the positives and negatives of both the live and screened versions, What the most effective and least effective moments were in each, what you liked, what you didn't like, and why! Enjoy the Teaser, and Stay tuned for the full film!

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