Dance-film is the marriage of dance and film language — not just a recording of a dance, but a cinematic reimagining of dance’s possibilities...work that can only exist on the screen. DANCE@30FPS (frames per second) is an international festival of dance-film presented by the Department of Dance and screened at the Wexner Center for the Arts. The festival has shown work from filmmakers the world over, including Oscar-nominees Mike Figgis and Juanjo Giménez Peña, but the premier criteria is work of unbridled imagination — bold, original and honest. This year’s festival will feature projects by MFA Students Josh Anderson and Kathryn Logan, and BFA Students Coal Rietenbach and Mason Chapello.
Admission is free.
This show will include pieces with strobe affects that might be harmful to those who are prone to epileptic seizures. Some films contain mature language.