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Events | October 22, 2006 |

FRAME – International Dance-Video Festival
November 02-04, 2006

FRAME – International Dance-Video Festival, is annual dance-video festival promoted by Fábrica de Movimentos, aiming to present a wide range of works and styles on dance-video field. On 2006 program, we established some collaboration with different international festivals, where we present a selection of Portuguese dance-video works – Short Screening. This effort allowed us to present this selection on Pixel Dance (Greece), VDance/Tel Aviv Cinematheque (Israel) and Dança em Foco (Brasil).

On 2006 programm, we will present FRAME at Rivolí/Teatro Municipal, Escola das Artes/UCLA, ESAP – Escola Superior Artística do Porto and Espaço Contagiarte.

For more info about artists www.fabricademovimentos.pt 

.curator and producer Alberto Magno
.partner International Art Expo (Italy)
.production FABRICA DE MOVIMENTOS
.support Ministério da Cultura / Instituto das Artes – British Council
.place Rivolí – Teatro Municipal | ESAP – Escola Superior Artística do Porto | Escola das Artes / Universidade Católica.

The program is divided in sessions: Dance-video (specific works of dance-video), Re-works (post-produced dance performances and experiences), Moving Scenes (transversal works, where the connections of dance and video are shown through experiences, documentaries, work-in-progress, new technologies), Curtas Mix (a special session with the work of Portuguese video artist, Sérgio Cruz), Collaborations (collaborations with international festivals and/or artists: International ArtExpo – Italy, Circuito de Dança do Mercosul – Argentine Brazil and Uruguay, VDance – Israel, Karsten Lisken/Sasha Waltz – Germany), Meeting and Talk (Magali Charrier, a French video maker working in UK, will preset a lecture of her work).

.artists
Luca Curci & Fabiana Roscioli
. Italy | Gianluca Bianchino . USA | MACRO . Italy | Jill Turner . USA | Jean-François Boclé . France | John Aasp . USA | Dorota Zglobicka . Poland | Cecelia Condit . USA | Iker Verduzco Pena . Mexico | Julia Landois . USA | Hemanti Chauhan . UK | Lisa Yachia . Italy | Frankie Thomas . Canada | Magda Matwiejew . Australia | Ferhat Ozgur . Turkey | Pierre Daudelin . Canada | Cliff Caines . Canada | Blue MacAskill . UK | Hubert Dobler . Austria | Cheng Shih-Chun . Taiwan | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia | Tim Folland . USA | Gregory Steel . USA | Louie Palu . Canada | Ruth Schreiber . Israel | Pui Lee . UK | Vasco Otero . Portugal | Maya Zignone . Italy | Nuno Godinho . Portugal | Andrew Mitchell . UK | Gilles Delalex & Thomas Wessel-Cessieux . France | Filippo Filliger . Switzerland | Megan Boyd & Luka Kito . USA | Jasmin Jodry . UK | Andrea Abbatangelo . Italy | Flavio Sciole’ . Italy | Gerlinde Miesenboeck . Austria | Ling-Wen Tsai & Nathan Kolosko . Taiwan/USA | Melanie Wendland . Finland | Jeremy Laffon . France | Claudia Kappenberg . UK | Rafael Roa . Spain | Robert Seward . USA | Lucia Flego . Italy

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