Music and dance on screen – How to collaborate effectively

What ideas/inspirations do composers and choreographers use to create new work?

What are some of the most effective ways to collaborate during the creation of music and dance for the screen?

How could music and dance complement each other better on and off screen?

Tomorr Kokona and Dance Film Network Present:
Music and dance on screen – How to collaborate effectively?

Who is this session for?

This session is suitable for experienced film directors, musicians, creative producers, choreographers, actors and dancers who would like to learn and share ideas on how to collaborate effectively during their creative process.

Programme:

– Two short provocations followed by a 30 minutes group discussion about the creation and collaboration process between composers and choreographers.

– Screening of three dance films and an open discussion about the usage of various musical and choreographic elements in these selected films.

– Live music

– Networking over a glass of wine

Venue:

The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street, London WC2H 9HQ (Covent Garden)

Click Here to reserve your place*

About The Dance Film Network:

The Dance Film Club was set up by Tomorr Kokona in 2013 as an open gathering of film and dance makers to meet, present work, exchange ideas, network and collaborate.

Each session consists of a provocation theme, 2-3 dance film screenings followed by a Q&A session with members of the creative team and/or with an invited specialist from the dance and film industry.

Often these sessions act as a springboard for further in-depth discussions and creative collaborations.

*The event is free. However, places are very limited, therefore booking in advance is highly recommended. We operate on first come first served basis.

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