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Alterity Problem's Doing My Rounds, Checking Some Rounds

The September/October 2015 print article “Performing and Forming: Choreocinema in the media art of Emily Pelstring” discusses the technology and methods Pelstring used to create Doing My Rounds, Checking Some Rounds. The footage she created was edited together as a music video for Alterity Problem’s (Alex Moskos and Joel Taylor) composition of the same name.

A Ballerina's Tale

A Ballerina’s Tale is an intimate look at Misty Copeland of American Ballet Theatre during a crucial period of her life. The documentary will premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival.

A Good Madness – The Dance of Rachel Browne

Full-length dance documentary A Good Madness – The Dance of Rachel Browne featured at dance: made in canada festival.

La Otra Orilla


Performance | Spectacle

Montréal  QC
January 27-6 février 2016
Flamenco, Contemporary

Sans titre by Elaine LaBrie

Dancer Marilyne St-Sauveur experiments with the quality of the head’s weight in this video by visual artist/choreographer Elaine LaBrie.

The Three Cornered Hat

The Three Cornered Hat presents a study of movement, space and human interaction that promotes audience participation all the while keeping a humorous and quirky disposition.

Happy Seventy-fifth RWB

In celebration of Canada’s oldest ballet company, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet presents a short film reflecting on their past seventy-five years and driving them into an exciting future.

Ballet Adagio

Ballet Adagio is a slow-motion study of internationally renowned dancers Anna Marie and David Holmes performing a pas de deux adagio. Choreographed by Russian ballet master Asaf Messerer and set to Albinoni’s Adagio in G Minor, the film offers a look at the demanding brilliance of the ballet form.

REAson d'etre productions

Contact Dance International Film Festival

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
May 13-15 mai 2015
Various days and times | Spectacles à différentes dates et heures
Contact Improvisation, Contemporary

Christmas Cinema Classics

During undergrad at McGill, my roommate and I would impersonate the dance done by the twins, 3 and 4. It was a (albeit weird) way to alleviate stress due to finals and papers in the lead up to Christmas holiday.

Holiday Dance Classics

Macaulay Culkin in The Nutcracker and the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” from Disney’s Fantasia.

Getting to the Nutcracker

Getting to the Nutcracker, a documentary by filmmaker Serene Meshel-Dillman about all the preparation that goes into getting ready for the year’s most-loved ballet.


imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival

Festival | Festival

Toronto ON
October 22-26 octobre 2014
Various days and times | Spectacles à différentes dates et heures
Indigenous, Contemporary, New Media

Puentebyte Productions

Hearts of Tango

Screening | Visionnement

Toronto ON
November 8 novembre 2014
6:00 | 18:00 & 9:00 | 21:00

Between Time

Toronto-based artists, choreographer Zoja Smutny and visual artist Guntar Kravis collaborate often, creating short films that use dancers to tell their stories.

Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur 2014

This summer’s festival in Quebec’s Laurentian region, July 31-August 9, is a major event featuring the Martha Graham Dance Company, Guillaume Côté, La Compagnie Marie Chouinard and International Ballet: A Night with the Stars.



By Kate Morris Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Frankie, the newest and youngest member of an exciting contemporary dance company, lives in fear and dread. At work he’s mocked by the choreographer and told to “dance like a man.” Outside of work the city offers no relief: a newspaper headline asks “Should Gays Be Quarantined?” and fresh graffiti screams “AIDS Faggot Die!” The year is 1985, the place San Francisco, and the epidemic has just begun. With his bright yellow Walkman clipped on his belt, Frankie retreats into a music-filled trance.

360 Dance

The Wonder of Motion

By Philip Szporer

If you’re an adventurous internaute and love the act of online discovery, the announcement that the New York Public Library (NYPL) has digitized over a thousand hours of dance videos marks a thrilling moment in time.


TuTuMUCH is a Canadian documentary that looks into the lives of young ballet dancers auditioning for the summer training program at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School.

Chantal Caron at FIFA

Fleuve | Espace Danse presents choreographer Chantal Caron’s Glace, crevasse et dérive at this year’s Festival international du film sur l’art (FIFA) in Montréal. Inspired by the beauty of the environment, Caron redefines the notion of death.