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2021 Festival Program
Utah Dance Film Festival Teaser
Worlds within dance film revealed. May 28-29, live and online. Tickets at www.utdancefilmfest.com/festival Films featured: Becoming (Utah) - Directed by Rebecca Aneloski, featuring performances by Haleigh Larmer, Kerry McCrackin, Masio Sangster , Ursula Perry, and Morgan Phillips . Anyone (US) - Directed by James Kinney . Vision (Utah) - Directed by Alec Lyons and Haleigh Larmer with music by Ryan Herrick . Black Stains (US) - Directed by Tiffany Rhynard, featuring performances by Jerel Hercules, Daniel Morimoto, Larry Rosalez, Esrom Williams Jr., Trent D. Williams Jr. . Metamorph (Utah) - Directed by Rachel Robison, featuring performances by Wasatch Contemporary Dance Company . While She Waits (Netherlands) - Directed by Sonja Wyss & Jorijn Vriesendorp, featuring performer Jorijn Vriesendorp with music by Mattijs Mollee . Edging Normal (US) - Directed by Andre Bato, featuring performer Desmond Richardson with music by Steve Hackman & Dave Koz . #FreeBelarus (Belarus) - Directed by Olga Rabeskaya, featuring performances by Rabetskaya and Anna Gichan with music by Ran Bagno . scattered. place. (US) - Directed by Katherine Helen Fisher, featuring performances by Julia Asher, Chase Benjamin, Natalie Cox, Chase Fittin, Lincoln Gray, Rush Johnston, Eliana Krasner, Rebecca Lee, Clare Naughton, Elizabeth Chaillé, Aren Cedric with music by Chris Carlson . the outcome (US) - Directed by Lisa Lam, featuring performer Ashley Eng and music by Maria Vertiz . According to Movement (Canada) - Directed by Beatriz Mediavilla, featuring choreographer Thierry Thieû Niang with music by Antoine Bédard (Montag) . #utdancefilmfest
Utah Dance Film Festival
2017 Utah Dance Film Festival Season
JOIN US for the 4th Annual Utah Dance Film Festival! The fourth annual Utah Dance Film Festival will be held at SCERA Center for the Arts in Orem, Utah on February 24-25, 2017. This two-day event will screen over 50 films from seven different countries and give attendees the opportunity to participate in dance and film workshops, sponsored by The Utah Film Commission.