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Dancing on screen

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A two-day workshop titled Dance on Screen-Framing Motion is coming to Limassol led by Chrysanthi Badeka. Coming up on May 22 and 23, Dance House Lemesos invites dancers, choreographers, directors, filmmakers, photographers, video designers and anyone who enjoys creating dance films to be a part of it.

“Dance on screen,” explain the organisers, “is a complex art form that combines the arts of dance and cinema into a new ensemble. It is a powerful means of expression for creators, who are fascinated by the fusion of different artistic disciplines and curious to develop their practice or improve the techniques of filming the movement.”

The main objectives of the workshop are the best practices exchange, from theory to practice, within the triptych body-frame-space and the development of flexible communication mechanisms within the team during the pre-production, shooting and post-production process. At the workshop, which will be held in Greek, participants will enjoy screenings of different genres and techniques, explore the dynamics of movement in front of and behind the camera, be familiar with cinematic equipment and Premiere Pro editing program and participate in fruitful discussions through reflections and constructive feedback.

 

Dance on Screen-Framing Motion

Workshop for artists by Chrysanthi Badeka. May 22-23. Dance House Lemesos, Limassol. 10am-3pm. €50. In Greek. Booking is required by sending an email at proj[email protected] (Subject: Framing Motion) or 25-340618

 

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