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Short Films Programme 8

  • Dance Limerick 2 John's Square Limerick, County Limerick, V94 V962 Ireland (map)

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WE RECORD OURSELVES 2016 | UK | 08’00” Director: Katrina McPherson, Natalia Barua, Owa Barua, Simon Ellis Choreographer: The cast We record ourselves is a multi-perspective and mixed-format look at materials, screens, bodies, texts and soundtrack to create a compelling collection of moving images.

WE RECORD OURSELVES
2016 | UK | 08’00”
Director: Katrina McPherson, Natalia Barua, Owa Barua, Simon Ellis
Choreographer: The cast

We record ourselves is a multi-perspective and mixed-format look at materials, screens, bodies, texts and soundtrack to create a compelling collection of moving images.


THREE ON FOUR - STUDENT WORK 2016 | USA | 03’41” Director / Choreographer: Marty Buhler This film is about the re-imagination of sound and movement and creating a new work that does not exist in the corporeal sense. .

THREE ON FOUR - STUDENT WORK
2016 | USA | 03’41”
Director / Choreographer: Marty Buhler

This film is about the re-imagination of sound and movement and creating a new work that does not exist in the corporeal sense.

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THE BODY AS ARCHIVE 2016 | Germany | 48’10” Director: Michael Maurissens Choreographer: Jone San Martin, Fabrice Mazliah The Body as Archive is a documentary film based on research that considers ways in which the dancer’s body can be regarded as archive.

THE BODY AS ARCHIVE
2016 | Germany | 48’10”
Director: Michael Maurissens
Choreographer: Jone San Martin, Fabrice Mazliah

The Body as Archive is a documentary film based on research that considers ways in which the dancer’s body can be regarded as archive.

Earlier Event: November 5
Short Films Programme 7