The Emory Dance Program presents dance films from all around the world with "Dance for Reel: An evening of dance on camera," Tuesday, February 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Oxford Road Presentation Room on Emory's campus. For this installment of the ongoing "Dance for Reel" series, Curator Onur Topal Sumer brings a rich selection of short dance films from the Dans Kamera Istanbul International Dance Film Festival archive.
The line-up features short films from eleven countries with different cultures, body languages, architectures, perspectives and approaches to dance and film, most of which are being seen in Atlanta for the first time.
This program is free and open to the public. For more details about this event, visit www.dance.emory.edu.
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