October 2003 Royal Festival
celebrate Dance Umbrella's 25th anniversary, famous, infamous
and never before seen historical and documentary footage of
the Dance Umbrella festival will slowly reveal itself through
the month of October in a growing video installation throughout
the Royal Festival Hall foyers.
of charge. For more details see www.rfh.org.uk
Place's Dance on Screen festival is now in its ninth year.
It features screenings of new work by some of the finest dance
film makers from around the world - International Screenings,
as well as providing a showcase for emerging artists at the
Open Forum. There is a programme of work to challenge the
notion of what dance film is, alongside work from film and
television at Dance Flicks.
In addition there are presentations by some of the key players
in the dance film world, including directors, choreographers,
producers and funders in Insights.
out for One Minute Wanders, the fourth series of extremely
short dance films that will be premiered at Dance on Screen.
Don't miss Club 18/25 (frames per second), a cocktail of film,
music and dance. And new to the festival, an afternoon of
dance documentaries, Dance in the Doc.
Class 25 - 30 Oct
Screenings and Talks 28 Oct - 2 Nov
a Dance on Screen brochure, application
details and deadlines telephone
videoworks: 020 7383 0516
PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRIS HArris from Tue 30 Sep.
LONDON WC2E 7PR
The Theatre Museum is celebrating Dance Umbrella's twenty-fifth
anniversary with an exhibition of dance photographs by Chris
Harris. Featuring leading dancers such as Michael Clark, Bill
T Jones and Arnie Zane, and Siobhan Davies who all appeared
at the Riverside Studios and elsewhere in the 1980s. The exhibition
will be accompanied by a book highlighting some of Chris Harris'
best dance work, with a preface by Val Bourne.
more details see www.theatremuseum.org
or call 020 7943 4700
IN A POLITICAL WORLD?
Thurs 23 Oct 4.30 - 6.30pm -
SOUTH BANK CENTRE: VOICE BOX
does dance engage with politics?
Can it comment on political issues, or influence world events?
Provocative speakers and a chance to contribute to the debate.
Free of charge
further information, and to book your place contact Dance
UK on 020 7228 4990