Tue, Mar 28|
Screen Door: An Ybor City Microcinema
FREE FILM SCREENING: 3 New Dance Films!
Join Art2Action for a special FREE in-person screening of 3 new dance films that we commissioned and/or co-produced during the pandemic: Murmurs of the River, At Water's Edge/Al filo del agua, & Disección, followed by a post-screening discussion with artists from the U.S. and Mexico!
Time & Location
Mar 28, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
Screen Door: An Ybor City Microcinema, 1624 E 7th Ave #228, Tampa, FL 33605, USA
About the Event
FREE FILM SCREENING! 3 New Dance Films:
Murmurs of the River, At Water's Edge/Al filo del agua, & Disección
Tuesday, March 28, 7-9pm EDT
Since the pandemic, Art2Action has co-produced 3 new dance films. Join us for a FREE in-person **special preview** screening of these exciting new works, followed by a dialogue with artists from the U.S. and Mexico!
Murmurs of the River: Race, Identity and Memory is an interdisciplinary, choreographic film project led by choreographers Jeanne Travers and Bliss Kohlmyer, with community-based dramaturgy by Art2Action's Artistic Director Andrea Assaf, voiceover direction by Dora Arreola, animation by McArthur Freeman, and an original music score. Featuring Tampa-based artists, including members of Heard 'Em Say Youth Arts Collective, and national collaborators. (Text in English)
At Water’s Edge/Al filo del agua – A short film by Ace McColl based on the bilingual theatre and dance work of the same title, exploring the shifting of borders/edges/ filos, the natural and political forces that shape them, and women who resist. Co-created by Dora Arreola, Celeste Miller, and Miroslava Wilson, who will be with us for the screening! Music by Siki Carpio & Chip Epsten. (Text in Spanish & English)
Disección – An intimate investigation of memories and experiences that live in the body, interpreted from an anatomical perspective through dance, by Mexican choreographer Miroslava Wilson. Based on the live performance directed by Dora Arreola, filmed on location in Baja California with cinematography and digital design by Martha Maya, and original music by Axel Tamayo. (Text in Spanish)
FREE! But space is very limited. RSVP to reserve your seats!