Calendar: ScreenDance Miami: Cinedans at PAMM

Event Description

PAMM will host the opening night of ScreenDance Miami, a festival produced by Tigertail. For the third year in a row, PAMM and Tigertail are partnering to show internationally acclaimed Cinedans of the Netherlands. This series presents eight films from the 2016 Cinedans Dance on Screen. Cinedans Director, Martine Dekker will lead a short discussion following the films. NYC-based filmmaker Gabri Christa will join her. Festival Director Pioneer Winter will moderate.

Martine Dekker has worked as a business manager since 1994 for several art institutes and dance companies in the Netherlands, including the Hans Hof Ensemble, Beppie Blankert Dansconcerten and Stamina, and a choreographic computer studio by Bianca van Dillen. Since 2011, she has worked at Cinedans Dance on Screen Festival as their business manager and since 2013 as the director.


My Brother's Room, NL, 2015, 4:00 minutes
Director: Heidi Vierthaler, Esther Janmaat; Choreography: Heidi Vierthaler
Dance meets design in this intriguing encounter between Heidi Vierthaler's dance initiative Hato Project and Hotel Droog in Amsterdam.

Dancin' The Camera, NL, 2015, 9:00 minutes
Director: Pieter-Rim De Kroon; Choreography: Marije Nie
A tap dancer's adventure in the mechanical world of black-and-white film. Shot on an original 35mm camera made in the 1920s, the era when tap was all the rage. As well as being the eye into this world, the camera is décor and character – the camera and a pianist attempt to entice the dancer into a duet.

Uath Lochans, UK, 2015, 7:00 minutes
Director: Katrina Mcpherson, Simon Fildes; Choregraphy: Marc Brew
A solo dancer's physical and visceral dissection of place, shot on location in the mountainous landscape of Uath Lochans, Scotland.

Hang On – Carry On, NL, 2015, 1:00 minute
Director: Michiel Vaanhold; Choreography: Erik Kaiel
Finding your soulmate is all that matters.

Interlude, NL, 2015, 10:00 minutes
Director: Harrie Verbeek; Choreographer: Jelena Kostić
Three eras pass as a woman searches for the source of her power.

Miniatuur, NL, 2016, 6:00 minutes
Director: Jellie Dekker, Choreographer: Jaap Flier 
An elderly dancer looks back on his life. Subtle echoes of past virtuosity filter through as he flexes his hand or twists his torso. A study of an aging body and passage of time.

Warehouse Samba, US, 2015, 3:00 minutes
Director: Gabriel Shalom; Choreography: Gabriel Shalom, Rachael Lembo, Taylor Eggan, Mandy Cregan
A trio of dancers in an empty industrial warehouse. The edited sounds they make form a rhythmic soundtrack.

She/Her, NL, 2015, 11:00 minutes
Director: Sonja Wyss; Choreography: Cecilia Moisio
Ella lives in the real world but her daughter Nora lives in a fantasy world. A tale of power relations and the underlying emotions of a mother-daughter relationship. The story starts normally enough, with Ella and Nora dining out at a restaurant. We are then transported into Nora's fantasy world, and finally return to reality.

*Late seating permitted until 7:15pm

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