1. Google - Martha Graham


    from Ryan J Woodward Added 230K 2,819 101

    I worked with a Dancer and Choreographer from the Martha Graham Dance Company in New York to create this Google Doodle that was released on May 10th and 11th on Google.com. More of Ryan's animations at http://ryanwoodwardart.com

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    • :Katherine:Crockett:Prologue:Blue:


      from Mike Kobal Added 10.5K 103 51

      Hope you guys enjoy this clip! Tech info on my blog http://www.mikekobal.com/blog/?p=5203 if you like what you hear: : "Graven image" http://music.zackhemsey.com/album/the-way follow me on Instagram,daily feeds http://instagram.com/mikekobal/

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      • Dancers


        from Kelsey Siepser Added 941 8 6

        An experiment in character and narrative, this film was conceived, performed, shot and edited by Kelsey Siepser. Additional dance photography for Sophie Guillem and Martha Graham Stills by David Viste; Sara Baras by Francisco Garat and Pina Bausch by Charlotte Gulezian. Special thanks to Asher Brown and Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine.

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        • Acts of Light by Martha Graham (Part 1)


          from Dee Kearney Added 1,072 6 3

          Ritual to the sun

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          • Marta Graham Memórias, de José Possi Neto (PARTE 01/03)


            from HOMEMADEFILMS Added 218 4 3

            direção geral JOSÉ POSSI NETO coreografia ANSELMO ZOLLA cenário JEAN PIERRE TORTIL figurino ANGÉLICA CHAVES (Casa Romilda) direção musical FELIPE VENÂNCIO desenho de luz JOSÉ POSSI NETO, ANSELMO ZOLLA e JOYCE DRUMMOND (Estação da Luz) projeções FÁBRICA BIJARI atriz convidada HELOÍSA ABDELNUR BAILARINOS Beth Risoléu, Dilenia Reis, Edgar Diaz, Eduardo Pacheco, Gustavo Lopes, Israel Alves, Jurandir Fanarof, Laudinei Delgado, Laura Mayer, Liliane Benevento, Liris do Lago, Luciano Martins, Melissa Soares, Renata Almeida, Sergio Galdino, Vera Lafer video GABRIELA GREEB / HOMEMADEFILMS com a colaboracão de Xan Lucatto e Paula Esteves www.homemadefilms.com.br

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            • Martha Graham's Appalachian Spring – Part 1/4


              from Joshua Jeffery Added 48.5K 41 3

              Part 1/4 Appalachian Spring Premiered 1944 Choreographed by Martha Graham Original Score by Aaron Copeland This part contains the following movements of the piece: 1st movement: Very slowly. Introduction of the characters, one by one, in a suffused light. 2nd movement: Fast. Sudden burst of unison strings in A major arpeggios starts the action. A sentiment both elated and religious gives the keynote to this scene. 3rd movement: Moderate. Duo for the Bride and her Intended scene of tenderness and passion. Dancers in this film: The Bride: Martha Graham The Husbandman: Stuart Hodes The Revivalist: Bertram Ross The Pioneer Woman: Matt Turney The Revivalists' Flock: Yuriko, Helen McGehee, Ethel Winter, Miriam Cole Film Directed and Photographed by Peter Glushanok, Produced by Nathan Kroll, Presented by WQED Pittsburgh. Filmed in 1959.

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              • A Naked Guy Walks into a Mariah Robertson Photo | "New York Close Up" | Art21


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                INTENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. What makes an image funny? In this film, artist Mariah Robertson works with Bill—a male nude model she met online—taking pictures of him in her Greenpoint studio, and later, rehearsing a Martha Graham-inspired dance routine in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Robertson’s point of view is revealed through a series of jokes that highlight not only the artist’s wry sense of humor, but also suggest a critical engagement with gender dynamics, sexual politics, and double-standards within art history. Reacting to the pervasiveness of “purposeful nudes” — from paintings of odalisques to contemporary pornography — Robertson’s images of naked men occupy “a confusing middle zone” that mingle self-reflexivity with visual whimsy. Mariah Robertson (b. 1975, Indianapolis, IN, USA) grew up in Sacramento, California, and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. CREDITS | New York Close Up Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Editor: Brad Kimbrough & Joaquin Perez. Cinematography: John Marton, Wesley Miller, Clair Popkin & Andrew David Watson. Sound: Nicholas Lindner, Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Associate Producer: Ian Forster. Production Assistant: Paulina V. Ahlstrom, Don Edler & Maren Miller. Design: Open. Artwork: Mariah Robertson. Thanks: American Contemporary, Matthew Dipple, Bill, Triskelion Arts, Ellpetha Tsivicos. An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2012. All rights reserved. “New York Close Up” is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by Toby Devan Lewis. Additional support provided by The 1896 Studios & Stages. For more info: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup

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                • ON THE SOUND...a jazz-dance-film by Fred Baker


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                  In 1963, I was working as a writer-producer for Channel 13 in NYC making the transition from the Bway Stage as an actor and director to Television and films...I decided that I should make my first film--about my first loves, jazz and dance. And, as an early-on jazz singer-percussionist, I thought rhythm cutting absolutely the brilliant way to find a creative personal film-making style and technique. Charlie Mingus, the legendary bass player was my friend at the time and was supposed to do the jazz score for me but he begged off at last minute recommending I work with the up and coming jazz composer, saxophonist Gigi Gryce. Gigi said yes and composed "The Rat Race Blues", an 8.5 minute jazz suite for my film and I intrigued three of 1963's leading Martha Graham Dancers, Donald McKayle, Mary (Bunny) Hinkson, and Matt Turney to dance in my film. I had Gigi's Orchtette pre-record the jazz suite including then young jazz-great players the likes of Richard Wyands on piano, Reggie Workman on Bass, Mickey Roker on drums, Eddie Costa on vibes, Gigi on woodwinds & flute, and Richard Williams on trumpet. Shot entirely to the recorded Jazz score and amplified in 35mm/24fps audio sync playback for the dancers on location (The Long Island Sound,) I then fine-edited the sequences based on the beats of the score, and what emerged from the cutting room was truly "ON THE SOUND"--and, by the way, won the USA Golden Eagle for 1963, and Special mention and Selection representing the USA at the 1963 Edinburgh, Berlin and Venice International Film Festivals. Fred Baker (Dec. 2010) www.filmsbyfredbaker.com

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                  • The Practice


                    from Giovanni C. Lorusso Added 1,791 17 2

                    2011 ACS Bronze Award - Australian Cinematographers Society Concept/Cinematography/Editing: GIOVANNI C. LORUSSO Choreography/Costume/Make Up: ANNE FANE Focus Puller: Tony Yan Gaffer/Set Supervisor: Simon Rascovsky Original score written and performed by: MIMA McDONNELL Performers: Rachel Ireson - Jordan Holtam Quotes: Martha Graham Produced by: Tony Yan Directed by: Giovanni C. Lorusso Special thanks: Rohan Jackson - Orlando Sanpo ©2011 Giovanni C. Lorusso & Passion Studio TM www.gclorusso.com www.passionstudio.com.au

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                    • So You Think You Can't Understand Contemporary Dance?


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                      A video by Gabrielle Revlock (www.manodamno.com) Commissioned by thINKingDANCE thINKingDANCE provides much-needed coverage for less-mainstream performances and alternative voices in covering higher-profile groups. Visit www.thinkingdance.net to learn and read more! Starring Tristan Price and Gabrielle Revlock with a Guest Appearance by Freya Price Directed and Edited by Gabrielle Revlock Concept and Script by Lisa Kraus, Becca Weber and Gabrielle Revlock Production Assistant Megan Bridge Created as part of No Idea is Too Ridiculous Supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Special Thanks to fidget **Note: This video has been creatively translated into other languages. Check it out and share! Italian: https://vimeo.com/104246777 Russian: https://vimeo.com/106345859

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