Anna Brady Nuse is a choreographer, filmmaker, writer, curator, and arts administrator. Her work in screendance has included directing and choreographing her own short videos through her production company Straight to the Helicopter, as well as producing the cable access television series Move the Frame featuring screendances from across the country and around the world. In August 2006 Nuse traveled to India with a grant from the US Embassy: Cultural Affairs Division, to be an International Resource person at Danzlenz, a seminar on dance film organized by the Kri Foundation in New Delhi. In 2007 Nuse was the Festival Coordinator of the 35th Annual Dance On Camera Festival produced by the Dance Films Association and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. In 2008 her paper on curating screendance was presented at the Screendance Conference at the American Dance Festival. Currently she publishes the blog Move the Frame (movetheframe.com) and continues to develop services and programs for dance artists to make and distribute their work in media through Pentacle’s Movement Media Project.