Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) 2022 is pleased to present individual submissions created under the digital initiative…
DANCE FILMS CATALOGUE – A project of Villa Albertine, in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States
by Villa Albertine
Country: France | Language: English | Year Of Inception: 2021
About DANCE FILMS CATALOGUE – A project of Villa Albertine, in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States
The 2021 Dance Films Catalogue features films and documentaries by and with artists of various backgrounds. While most of the films are recent releases, the catalogue also includes titles from the past decade and earlier.
Dance and cinema have a long shared history thanks to their common interest: the motion of bodies and energies.
With today’s enhanced digital video technologies and the current restrictions on international exchange, dance is reimagining itself in different ways, diving into archival material and creating new forms.
The Dance Films Catalogue aims to promote the work of choreographers, dancers and directors. It is a resource for Contemporary and Performing Arts Centers, Dance film festivals and Universities to discover new works, new artists, and present them.
Films and documentaries included in the catalogue are of all lengths and cover all genres and dance forms.
The online catalogue will be updated regularly with new features throughout the year. This project is developed by Villa Albertine in partnership with the Institut français, the French Ministry of Culture, and in collaboration with several French institutions such as the Centre National de la Danse (CND) in Paris, Maison de la Danse in Lyon.
The catalogue is available to US-based presenting partners such as Performing and Contemporary Arts Centers, Festivals, and Universities.
The estimated price range, negotiated with the producer/artists/distributor, is presented with taxes included for one or two educational/school/noncommercial showings.
The price for multiple showings is negotiable upon request.
Contractual negotiations are conducted between the presenter and the producer/artists/distributor. Password-protected Vimeo links are available upon request.
The individual projects under DANCE FILMS CATALOGUE – A project of Villa Albertine available to view are:
The Dance Catalogue also includes the additional films:
– Iya tundé, la mère est revenue – Germaine Acogny/Laure Malécot
– Véronique Doisneau – Jérôme Bel/Pierre Dupouey
– Disabled Theater – Jérôme Bel
– Le cri – Nacera Belaza/Béatrice Vernhes
Good Boy, histoire d’un solo – Alain Buffard/Marie-Hélène Rebois
– Levée – Boris Charmatz/César Vayssié
– Les Disparates – Boris Charmatz/César Vayssié
– Monumental + Faire feu – Jocelyn Cottencin
– L’appel à la danse – Diane Fardoun
– A Taxi Driver, An Architect and the High Line – Emmanuelle Huyhn/Jocelyn Cottencin
– Nous venons de trop de trop loin pour oublier qui nous sommes – Emmanuelle Huyhn/Jocelyn Cottencin
– Never Twenty One – Smaïl Kanouté/ ex-Collective Racine
– Yasuke Kurosan – Smaïl Kanouté/Abdou Diouri
– Cultes – (La)HORDE/ Marine Brutti/Jonhatan Debouwer/Arthur Harel
– To Da Bone – (LA)HORDE/Laure Boyer/Edouard Mailaender
– Novaciéries – (LA)HORDE/ Marine Brutti/Jonhatan Debouwer/Arthur Harel/Céline Signoret
– L’urgence d’agir – Maguy Marin/David Mambouch
– L’âge d’or – Eric Minh Cuong Castaing
– A mon bel amour + in the Mirror – Anne Nguyen/Greg Kozo/Eric Leguay
– NoirBLUE – les déplacements d’une danse – Ana Pi
– Panorama – Gerard & Kelly
– Nioun Rec – Amala Dianor/Grégoire Korganow
About Villa Albertine
Villa Albertine, a new French institution for arts and ideas in the United States, builds on the bold and innovative programs that have been the hallmark of the French cultural network abroad for more than a century.
Created by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and supported by the French Ministry of Culture, Villa Albertine offers a novel artists’ residency model in which residents choose the location best suited to their work within the host country. With a permanent presence in 10 major US cities, it aims to foster in-depth exploratory residencies for artists, thinkers, and culture professionals hailing from all creative disciplines. In its inaugural year, Villa Albertine will host 80 residents for one- to three-month customized residencies.
Powered by a team of 80 people in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., Villa Albertine actively supports the endeavors of French cultural actors across the country through a bold and nimble program, in close collaboration with leading American cultural organizations.
Villa Albertine also offers 15 professional programs that cover key cultural fields and creative industries. Supported by FACE Foundation, these programs, led by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and now to be managed by Villa Albertine, have reinforced the links between the French and American cultural landscapes over the past 30 years with the support of numerous partners. The Villa also provides studies, analyses, and reports on cultural trends for professionals in a variety of creative industries on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Villa Albertine universe further encompasses a magazine, which highlights inspiring individuals, explores U.S. territories through a global lens, documents emerging trends, and shares original creations.
Festivals, events, and symposia complete this flexible, global venture, supporting French cultural stakeholders in the areas central to their creative inquiries.
This project is developed by Villa Albertine in partnership with the Institut français, the French Ministry of Culture, and in collaboration with several French institutions such as the Centre National de la Danse (CND) in Paris, Maison de la Danse in Lyon.
About The Festival
The Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) is an annual event showcasing films drawn from the world of theatre and performance. The festival presents experimental, emerging, and established theatre artists and filmmakers from around the world to audiences and industry professionals. The 7th annual festival will focus on work for the screen created by theatre artists during the Time of Corona. The festival will be held digitally from March 1st – 15th 2022.
Explore projects created under DANCE FILMS CATALOGUE – A project of Villa Albertine, in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States from March 1st to March 15th 2022 on the Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP) website.
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