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On the Wall. Dance Film Series

ON THE WALL is a dance film series created and curated by Non Fiction (Andrew Wass & Kelly Dalrymple-Wass).
The first series run throughout 2010 and 2011 and featured dance films from Canada, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States and points in between. Each evening of ON THE WALL was dedicated to one of 5 themes – LOCATION, SOUND, COSTUME, MOVEMENT, and CAMERA ANGLE and presented films that were created using one of the aforementioned elements as the primary source of inspiration.

ada studio and Non Fiction are excited to announce now Round 2 of ON THE WALL, Berlin's most successful dance on film series.

ON THE WALL: Viewpoints will use Mary Overlie's Viewpoints as point of departure. The Viewpoints are: SPACE, SHAPE, TIME, EMOTION, MOVEMENT & STORY.
How does using one of the six Viewpoints inspire, restrict, open, help, motivate, influence, confuse, spark, or invigorate your creative process?

First screening: November 11, 2011, 8:30 – STORY and MOVEMENT
(program)

Second screening: June 1, 2012, 8:30 – SPACE and SHAPE
(program)

Third screening: November 9, 2012, 8:30 – TIME and EMOTION
(program)

SUBMISSIONS:

Send a short Bio, a description of the work, a photo of yourself, and a PLAYABLE DVD with a MENU of the FULL FINISHED WORK you are submitting for consideration to:
ada Studio
Att. ON THE WALL
Uferstrasse 23
13357 Berlin
There is no fee for submissions.
Films should be a maximum of 20 minutes.

QUESTIONS:
Ask Andrew Wass (wasswasswass AT yahoo.com).
www.nonfictionperformance.org
www.sixviewpoints.com

ARCHIVE:
ON THE WALL: LOCATION, Saturday, February 20th, 2010 (program)
ON THE WALL: SOUND, Friday, July 2nd, 2010 (program)
ON THE WALL: MOVEMENT & COSTUME, Friday, January 21st, 2011 (program)
ON THE WALL: CAMERA ANGLE, Friday, May 13th, 2011 (program)



Retrospective
2007 and 2008 Yolanda Martinez-Fadanelli and Jenny Haack were coordinating a presentation of video-dance works that are relating to dance-theater. The series of presentations was called "MOTION". The idea of MOTION was to have material of creators who live in Berlin, so they can go to project the videos, have certain questions and answers to present their work, exchange objectives and ideas between the creators and also with the public.

ARCHIVE:
2008, February 8th: MOTION #1
2008, March 7th: MOTION #2
2008, May 18th: MOTION.extended
2008, June 22nd: MOTION #3

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