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The Bubble Cut [electronic resource]

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Online
1992
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Ethel Butler [electronic resource]: Speaking of Dance

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Interview with modern dance artist, Ethel Butler, who talks about her life in dance and recounts her earliest memories of working with Martha Graham. Shows her teaching a dance class.
Online
1995
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Singing Myself a Lullaby [electronic resource]: A Documentary

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This documentary follows dancer John Henry as he uses HIV/AIDS as a catalyst to create a work for the theater based on his life. It was created during the last few years of his life, and the documentary continues after his death from AIDS in 1996.
Online
2000; 1996
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Speaking of Dance Vol. 2 [electronic resource]: Dancing on the Edge

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Contains performances by groups who have been instrumental in the history of the American Dance Festival.
Online
1992
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My Grandfather Dances

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This work by director Douglas Rosenberg, a regular collaborator with contemporary choreographers, is a collection of three dances created specifically for the camera. Each work features Rosenberg's lyrical camera work and suspends the choreography within an elegant frame. The dances for the camera featured on this tape include works by internationally respected dance artists; "Wind" with Eiko and Koma, "Bardo (In Extremis)" with Molissa Fenley, and "My Grandfather Dances" with Anna Halprin.
Online
 
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Speaking of Dance -- Donald McKayle [electronic resource]

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Interviews with modern dance artist, Donald McKayle, including his performances, film footage of McKayle as he instructs students, and stories about his life in dance.
Online
1993
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Lucas Hoving (Excerpts From "Growing Up in Public") [electronic resource]: Speaking of Dance

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As a principal dancer in José Limón's Company, Lucas Hoving originated roles in "The Moors Pavane", "Emperor Jones", and other important works. This tape includes footage from Mr. Hoving's "Growing Up In Public", performed at the American Dance Festival in 1989, along with teaching footage and personal recollections of his life in dance.
Online
1989
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Meredith Monk (Excerpts From "Facing North") [electronic resource]: Speaking of Dance

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Interview with modern dancer and choreographer Meredith Monk.
Online
1996; 1995
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Anna Sokolow [electronic resource]: Speaking of Dance

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Charles Reinhart interviews choreographer Anna Sokolow. With excerpts from a performance of Lyric Suite, performed by Jim May and Lorry May, and teaching footage.
Online
1992; 1991
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A Study in Choreography for Camera [electronic resource]

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A dance choreographed for and performed by the camera and the dancer together, in which the camera transports dancer Talley Beatty from point to point, supports him in an extended and accelerated pirouette, and sustains him in an attenuated leap.
Online
1945
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Daniel Nagrin [electronic resource]: Speaking of Dance

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Interviews with choreographer and modern dance artist, Daniel Nagrin, in which he speaks about his philosophy of dance and his experience as a dancer and choreographer. Also included are clips of some of Mr. Nagrin's most important works.
Online
1995
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Dances for Television [electronic resource]: Hope

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A suite of dances made for television from award-winning director Douglas Rosenburg, this project is based on the work of renowned choreographers Sean Curran, Li Chiao-Ping, and Amy Sue Rosen.
Online
2002
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Dances for Television [electronic resource]: Odyssey

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A suite of dances made for television from award-winning director Douglas Rosenberg, this project is based on the work of renowned choreographers Sean Curran, Li Chiao-Ping, and Amy Sue Rosen.
Online
2002
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Dances for Television [electronic resource]: Real Boy

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A suite of dances made for television from award-winning director Douglas Rosenberg, this project is based on the work of renowned choreographers Sean Curran, Li Chiao-Ping, and Amy Sue Rosen.
Online
2002
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Dances for Television [electronic resource]: Residue

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A suite of dances made for television from award-winning director Douglas Rosenberg, this project is based on the work of renowned choreographers Sean Curran, Li Chiao-Ping, and Amy Sue Rosen.
Online
2002
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Venous Flow [electronic resource]: States of Grace

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Weaves first-person narrative with contemporary dance, to tell the story of a community of dancers and artists and their resolution to overcome personal trauma.
Online
2001
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Classical Indian Dance Volume 1 [electronic resource]: Two Bharatanatyam Dances

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In this video, Swati and Jyoti Argade perform two classical Indian Dances in the Bharatanatyam style. "Natyanjali" (An Invocation of Dance) and "Krishna Keertana" (Song in Praise of Lord Krishna), choreographed by the Dhananjayans of Adyar, Madras, are each shown in their entirety followed by a second version shot in close-up to accentuate the facial expression, footwork, and hand gestures common to this style of narrative dance. Finally, a detailed explanation of the narrative, facial expressions, and gestures is provided by the performers.
Online
1998
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The Last Conversation [electronic resource]: Einstein's Carmen Ballet

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The Last Conversation: Eisenstein's Carmen Ballet takes its name from a miniature ballet created in 1947 by the famous Russian film director Sergei Eisenstein. A distillation of the final scene of Bizet's opera Carmen, Eisenstein's duet for two Bolshoi dancers was one of the last creative acts of this 20th century artistic giant. This documentary video follows the re-creation of Eisenstein's ballet, reconstructed by noted dance historian and author Sally Banes in collaboration with the dancers Galina Zakrutkina of the Kirov Ballet and James Sutton. Directed by Sally Banes.
Online
1998
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De L'eau [electronic resource]

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One of two video/dance collaborations by Douglas Rosenberg and choreographer Li Chiao-Ping. Epic (The Land Within) uses text, landscape imagery, and performance by members of the Dziga Vertov Performance Group to present an expressionistic dance possible only for the camera. De L'Eau, choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping for herself and a male dancer takes place in an abandoned swimming pool. This piece is athletic, risky, and elegant.
Online
1995
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Epic (the Land Within) [electronic resource]

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One of two video/dance collaborations by Douglas Rosenberg and choreographer Li Chiao-Ping. Epic (The Land Within) uses text, landscape imagery, and performance by members of the Dziga Vertov Performance Group to present an expressionistic dance possible only for the camera. De' L'Eau, choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping for herself and a male dancer takes place in an abandoned swimming pool. This piece is athletic, risky, and elegant.
Online
1995