UPTOWN meets DOWNTOWN!
This Saturday come get down with YAK Films directly following their screening at Dance On Camera.
FREE before midnight with RSVP
YAK Films screens at 8:30pm at Dance on Camera, the annual screening series co-presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association.
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YAK Films , an international production team, is synonymous with a unique style of street-based documentation of the global dance movement. This visual wrecking crew uses multimedia to share the talents of young people around the world. Their work with urban dance began with the legendary TURF FEINZ crew from Oakland, CA, innovators of the TURF dancing style. Dance on Camera will be presenting a special program of unseen footage shot at international dance events in New York, Russia, Germany, Dresden, Korea and Japan.
More Than Enough
More Than Enough is a classic NYC dance party that returns to the essence of what that really means, good music. From classic hip hop, house, and soul that resonates through the crowd to make them all sing, to bangers and remixes that make the party knock. No top 40 nonsense, strictly quality music spun by Djs who are true masters of their trade. Lead by The Elite Camp’s Unkle Chip, Dj SickRoc, and Kev Love, as well as a host of guest Djs from all over the country.
A+ Productions is a multi-disciplinary production company founded in 2011 as a dynamic platform for artistic collaboration. In an effort to increase public awareness and visibility of dance, A+ produces site-specific dance films and events that explore the dynamics of contrast both visually and thematically. With the combined resonance of dance and film, A+ seeks to change the way you experience movement.
DFA, a non profit membership organization, builds upon founder Susan Braun’s vision by encouraging choreographers to enter the world of filmmaking, for filmmakers to discover the rich history of dance, and for audiences to engage with the broad spectrum of these films. Today, DFA serves the global dance film community by providing membership opportunities, connecting artists and organizations, fostering new works for new audiences, and sharing essential resources. Its constituency includes dance and film artists, academics and critics, as well as students and established professionals.