This program of Canadian short dance films and videos displays the creativity and diversity to be found in screen-based choreography. Going beyond merely photographing the act of dancing, these films fuse the camera and cinematic language with dance to create a distinct hybrid form. From documentary to animation to experimentation, Frame Lines showcases a wide variety of unique cinematic approaches to contemporary dance.
Traditional Healing, Raymond Caplin, 2014, 2 min.
Moving Gaze, Timothy I. Smith, 2015, 3 min.
Figs in Motion, Trevor Anderson, 2010, 8 min.
Patsy, Izabel Barsive, 2011, 13 min.
Birth of the Alseides, Erin Buelow, 2011, 7 min.
POX, Freya Björg Olafson, 2007, 7 min.
Inheritor Recordings, Brian Johnson, 2015, 6 min.
Is It My Turn, Shelagh Carter, 2012, 6 min.
Healing Scars, Darian Smith & Kristina Decontie, 2014, 5 min.
The Light in our Lizard Bellies, Sarah Abbott, 1999, 8 min.
Painted, Duncan McDowall, 2011, 5 min.
Performance is approximately 70 minutes with no intermission.