1. Julia Olsen-Rodriguez Modern/Contemporary Ballet Reel


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      from Michael Kliën / Added

      THREE MINUTE EXCERPT OF JERUSALEM – a choreographic site for citizens by Michael Kliën Recorded: Jerusalem- Choreography for Greece, Athens Festival, June 2014; Camera: Christina Gangos Duration: 120 Minutes Credits Choreography: Michael Kliën Dramaturgy: Steve Valk Artistic Collaborators: Jeffrey Gormly, Vitoria Kotsalou Dance: Ioannis Αgnoglou, Mark Carberry, Jeff Gormly, Lia Aglaia Karampela, Giannis Karounis, Emanouela Korki, Vitoria Kotsalou, Loxandra Loukas, Irini Mavromataki, Abduol Nazari, Thanos Oikonomopoulos, Martha Passakopoulou, Judith Ritter, Nikos Rousseas, Ana Sanchez-Colberg, Leoni Thanasoula, Zoe Tsavdarides, Steve Valk Programme notes (by Lizzy LeQuesne) Performed by a mixed company of citizens (professional dancers alongside non-performers from diverse walks of life) and with audience free to wander, this radical, choreographic ‘counter-spectacle’ sets up a process for humans to re-root themselves in the social, physical and instinctive. Imagined as an urgent response to the crisis of Western civilization, Jerusalem aims to provide a ceremonial site for embodied sensing and moving. Sitting within Kliën’s wider oeuvre of “choreography as an aesthetics of change” this work has grown out of living in Greece throughout the financial crisis and extended public unrest, although it equally responds to universal conditions and wider realisations that Western paradigms have left us largely bereft psychologically, socially, spiritually and ecologically. Jerusalem inhabits the confusion of collapse and evokes a sense of possibility of other ways of being. Under the glow of construction floodlights in an industrial space, imperatives of the established social contract are revised. Challenging customary notions of human conduct, of theatrical boundaries, and of artistic beauty and mastery, this work creates a shared and porous space where performers and audience coexist, essentially in the body. Manifesting a disorienting loss of coherence and a simultaneous meshing into new communion, Jerusalem seeks the emergence of a new lucidity. Echoing William Blake’s poem of the same title, it asks: can a new sacredness and ground be engendered here amongst the chaos?

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      • CDC Beyond


        from Rae Piper / Added

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        A video compilation of some of the shows CDC's Artistic Directors Rae Piper and Paul Chantry, have created or revived choreography for.

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        • 'Spheres', a contemporary ballet solo


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          'Spheres' 2014 Performed by Kaylin Sturtevant, Dance Industry Performing Arts Center and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts , Dallas, Texas Choreographed by Francisco Gella Music Composed by Ludovico Einaudi

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          • Rosso


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            Rosso (red) created by Uselessness in collaboration with Damiano Andreotti and Aaron Inker Uselessness is created by Giorgia Bovo and Francesco Beccaro Copyright © 2014 Uselessness Project, All rights reserved

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            • Adagio


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              A solo work that I choreographed this past season for a beautiful young dancer. This work won first place in the senior contemporary division at Youth America Grand Prix Denver, and also at JUMP Dance Convention Salt Lake City. Performed by Ale Preciado Center Stage Performing Arts Studio Utah Choreographer Francisco Gella Music: Benedetto Marcello: Adagio from Oboe Concerto

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              • Trailer: "The Window of the 11th Floor"


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                Official Selection: -Cinedans 2014, Amsterdam -Free State Film Festival, Lawrence, KS -Fastnet Short Film Festival, Schull, Ireland -Movies by Movers, Winston-Salem, NC -Greensboro Dance Film Festival, Greensboro, NC -DanceSPARK Dance Film Festival, Cary, NC -Dans Kamera Istanbul, Turkey -Cucalorus Film Festival, Wilmington, NC -RAD Fest Film, Kalamazoo, MI -Oklahoma Dance Film Festival, Tulsa, OK Directed & Choreographed: Jen Guy Metcalf Cinematography: J McMerty Performance: Allynne Noelle & Bruce Weber Music: Ólafur Arnalds Camera Operator: J McMerrty Editor: Jen Guy Metcalf Set Design: Robert Avila Costume Consultation: Gillian Mulhere & Kathleen Harper Produced by Elon in LA with Funding from Elon University Allynne Noelle appears courtesy of Los Angeles Ballet

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                • Verde


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                  Verde (green) created by Uselessness Uselessness is created by Giorgia Bovo and Francesco Beccaro Copyright © 2014 Uselessness Project, All rights reserved

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                  • 'Molt' by Tina Zimmer


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                    'Molt' short film - Online Premiere! 'Molt' is finally available to view online! I hope you enjoy it. Synopsis: A distraught dancer tries escaping her downward spiral. To do so she must succumb to a personal metamorphosis (through dance rituals). 'Molt' is a short experimental dance film that was shot outside, during the freezing winter of 2013 (in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC). It's starring, the talented and lovely, Laura DeLaurentis. Producer/Director/Cinematographer: Tina Zimmer/Switchblade Films Dancer/Actor: Laura DeLaurentis ©2013 Tina Zimmer/Switchblade Films Thanks for watching! Cheers, Tina Zimmer Director/Cinematographer switchbladefilmz@gmail.com

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                    • Final Piano Duet - "FIts of Hissy" -Dwight Rhoden


                      from Kristina Bermudez / Added

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                      Male dancer: Ian Berg

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