“A Moving” at the International Film Festival of Kashmir

4th International Film Festival of Kashmir 2014 The dance film I made with Rob Kitsos, “A Moving,” has been accepted to the Kashmir International Film Festival from August 2-11 2014! If you just happen to be in the Kashmir, that would be your chance to see it … 😉  

Improvised Visuals with Jeff Younger’s Devil Loops

I’m doing my first live improvised visual performance with Jeff Younger and some amazing dancers and performers tomorrow night at the Orpheum Annex! TICKETS HERE I’ll be playing with video from Ukraine, with live animation, and VJ-type live cams.  I feel like someone has taken a DJ and said “here’s a guitar!” which is pretty […]

New York Public Library Puts Major Dance Video Archive Online

 From The New York Public Library recently digitized thousands of hours of its videos in the Jerome Robbins Dance Division Moving Image Archive, from grainy historic footage to contemporary productions along with preservations of culture. One of these — Annabella — dates from 1897 and shows a dancer swirled in fabric that changes shades.  

A Moving at the Dance in Vancouver festival

The film I made with choreographer Rob Kitsos is showing at Dance in Vancouver next month!  Please come down and see it on the big screen, along with other local dance films.  Details to come… Thursday November 21, 6.30-8pm VIFC Radar: Exchanges in Dance Film Frequencies is a program dedicated to the exploration and evolution […]

Call for entries: RADAR – Exchanges in Dance Film Frequencies

(FROM THE NW FILM FORUM) British Columbia artists are invited to submit innovative examples of film and video that reflect the body in motion or dance-based performance for entry in RADAR, a night of short dance films screening at the Vancity Theatre as part of the Dance In Vancouver Festival. Single-channel video will be accepted […]

Georgia Straight reviews The Fine Line

Some nice press for my  dance visuals, in Judith Garay’s new work for Dancers Dancing. Two more nights to see the show!  Come down to SFU Woodwards tonight or tomorrow. “Flick Harrison’s projections are hazy blobs and zig-zag designs, and they’re apt symbols of the amorphous feel of the overall work.” The Fine Line—twisted angels […]

The Fine Line: Twisted Angels at Woodwards

I’ve just polished up the multimedia projections on this new dance work for Dancers Dancing.  I’ve been working with Judith Garay for years as a videographer and now as a projections designer. For this show I’ve been using Isadora with Osculator, to allow Wii controllers in the dancers’ costumes to affect the projections.  I’ve played […]

Dance Shoot with Rob Kitsos @ Sunset Community Centre

[singlepic id=48 w=320 h=240 float=left] I spent this weekend shooting a dance film / video with Rob Kitsos, for his ongoing project A Moving. Sunset Community Centre has some beautiful lines and spaces… we also got into the Sunset Nursery next door. See the gallery after the jump…

Louis Laberge-Côté on SunTV and Margie Gillis

  On June 1, 2011, SunTV broadcast an interview with veteran Canadian dancer and choreographer Margie Gillis see link below, which quickly turned abusive towards the guest. In a message on his facebook page, Canadian dancer Louis Laberge-Côté, currently a teacher at Nationaltheatre Manheim in Germany, offered this assessment. In response to the Sun News […]

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