November 11, 2020
Alsy N’Diaye is also the magnificent director of the French short EMERSION we are preparing for autumn 2021 as part of our dance film collection about POWER in the frame of our European project mAPs.
mAPs – migrating Artists Project co-produced by Dan.Cin.Lab Coorpi Tanzrauschen Malakta @MØZ with the support of Creative Europe Cocottesminute Productions Ministère de la Culture in partnership with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival Aesthetica Short Film Festival Jumping Frames 跳格國際舞蹈影像節 Physical Cinema Festival Reykjavik Ρέον
Black Wealth Media
FRAGMENTS (2021) – Directed by Aline-Sitoé N’Diaye
Transported into the mind of a young creative girl, having discussions with her grandfather, we follow her learning process of life and healing.
October 13, 2020
Come on and shake it up with us – starting on November 1st!
Dan.Cin.Lab FOCUS in FRANCE about
POWER & IDENTITIES
including a special day of screenings with Alsy N’Diaye, french film maker within mAPs on Saturday November 28th
POUVOIR & IDENTITÉS – Projection Participative avec Aline-Sitoé N’DIAYE
Coorpi Tanzrauschen MØZ Malakta Cocottesminute Productions Creative Europe Ministère de la Culture
Lucia Carolina De Rienzo Cristiana Candellero @Valeria Palma Chrysanthi Badeka Marc Wagenbach Kerstin H. Amburg Zara Zoë Gayk Felicitas Willems Annika Sillander Jérôme Duc-Maugé Alain El Sakhawi Screendance Filmmaking Konstantina Bousmpoura Ariadne Mikou Julia Franken Adeline Lefièvre Jean-Christophe Désert
©Music: Janelle Monaé feat. Big Boi – Tightrope. Wondaland Arts Society. Bad Boy Records.
August 28, 2020
Malakta is located in an old dairy by the Malax River in the municipality of Malax in western Finland.
Art Factory malakta was established in 2007 by Ann-Maj Granstubb and Jukka Rajala with a vision to create a space for people, creativity, wellbeing and development.
Malakta is a centre for #creativity, culture, arts and people. Our aim is to create an oasis where creativity, ideas, art, and culture can grow and flourish. Our keywords are action, sustainability and inclusion.
Malakta is a space welcoming national and international artists, the local community, groups, associations, companies, and all with an interest in creating better conditions for people, ideas and organisations to develop in a sustainable and dynamic way.
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Ann-Maj Granstubb _ Jukka Rajala
August 22, 2020
Camiel Zwart (1980) graduated at the directing program at the Dutch Film Academy in 2006.
At his own production company Blackframe he has since then directed several award-winning short documentaries (Together Alone, On Our Own) as well as longer documentaries like Past Perfect Tense, Terror, source of fear and The Debt Machine. One of them White Flight being nominated for the Prix Europe IRIS.
In addition to his documentary work Camiel has always had a passion for dance films. He has directed and produced several short dance films, including multi award-winning Platform 13. For Camiel cinema and dance are made to fit and enhance each other. He believes that the best way to make an intriguing story for the big screen, is through movement rather than words. This is how film can distinguish its self from literature. Using choreography in film is the way to combine movement and cinema and bring them to their maximum potential.
Schooled in the documentary tradition, he always addresses social issues and aims to sparking a debate or initiate social change with his films.
Alongside his work as a director and producer Camiel teaches at Cinedans education. In this roll he teaches workshops in dance film across the Netherlands at several (dance)academies and at film festivals around Europe .
second pic – frame from the documentary ”TERREUR, BRON VAN ANGST”
August 18, 2020
Kati Kallio is Finnish filmmaker, curator, dancer and choreographer. She has MA degree in Dance from UniArts Helsinki – Theatre Academy.
Her artistic works has been focused in dance films since 2008. Since then she has made 15 short dance films that have been screened and broadcasts widely around the globe. During her dancer career she worked in several freelance dance productions in Finland and taught dance for children and youth.
She is one of the pioneers of dance films in Finland and was the artistic director of Loikka Dance Film Festival during the years 2015-2018. Her previous responsibilities with Loikka included overseeing the festival’s audience outreach programs as well as organizing dance film screenings and workshops for schoolchildren and students. She has also hosted several dance film workshops and lectures for professionals.
Together with the dance company Myrskyryhmä and Elli isokoski, Kallio has developed a method for working with special groups as elderly in comprehensive centres to make dance / physical films. With this work Kallio aims to give the possibility for elderly to express themselves and show that they are actively willing to participate to the society.
Check her website and vimeo :
August 14, 2020
Laura Feodoroff is a Skolt Sámi dance artist and pedagogue based in Helsinki, Finland. She has graduated from Savonia university of applied sciences in Kuopio 2010 and has a MA degree in dance pedagogy in the Theatre academy in Helsinki 2012.
Laura has worked as a professional dance teacher, choreographer and dancer from 2008 in different kind of artistic collaborations from musicals to youth projects in addition to dance schools. Working in an international ´Youth, Europe and Theatre´ project 2011-2016 as a choreographer Laura was inspired by devised theatre.
She then started applying a more collaborate way of doing choreography and using more improvisatory methods in her work over all.
Most importantly listening to people she worked with and collaborating, no matter the age or being professional or not, became the leading thought for Laura.
August 8, 2020
August 5, 2020
Directly from Turin, Italy, here is one of our big 5:
dance, people, territories
COORPI was born in 2002 with the aim of developing new ways of communicating with the territory and its inhabitants, through the plural languages of dance and body.
” we passionately create multidisciplinary projects by combining performative, visual, sound and digital languages, putting people, stories and emotions at the center, to tell the territory in which we live
we offer tools to develop the creativity and expressive qualities of the individual, through new possibilities of narration and representation of the body and movement
we use our experience to enhance and increase the relational capital of the territory and its inhabitants
we offer training courses in which video dancing is the heart of a new way of communicating ”