November 10: Free Screening of Dance-Based Film by Duke Alums

A film still from "Angsters"

A film still from “Angsters”

CDS is cosponsoring a screening of Revolve on Camera: The Performances and a Q&A with the filmmakers—Duke alums and husband-and-wife team Benjamin Epps and Heather Bowles Epps (both ’00); the event is part of Duke’s annual DEMAN weekend. Their film is a compilation of selected works from Revolve Dance Company; using previously staged works as well as newly choreographed pieces for film, Revolve on Camera takes the audience on a cinematic journey through the emotional, stimulating, and thought-provoking artistry of the company.

Screening of Revolve on Camera: The Performances
Followed by Q+A with Benjamin Epps and Heather Bowles Epps

Thursday, November 10, 7–8:30 p.m.
White Lecture Hall 107, East Campus
1308 Campus Drive, Durham, North Carolina

The film features the short, Angsters, which has played at festivals around the world and won the Audience Choice Award at Dance Camera West film festival in Los Angeles. These short films will also be part of a feature documentary about the Revolve dancers, currently in production. Click here for a full list of the short films to be screened.

This screening is sponsored by the Duke Entertainment, Media and the Arts Network (DEMAN), the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image (AMI), the Duke Alumni Association (DAA), the Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts, and the Dance Program, and the Center for Documentary Studies.

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