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1 online resource (1 video file, 81 min.) Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter tells the inspiring and largely unknown story of Martha Hill, a woman whose life was defined by her love for dance, and who successfully fought against great odds to establish dance as a legitimate art form in America. Through archival footage, lively interviews with friends and intimates, and rare footage of the spirited subject, the film explores Hills's arduous path from a Bible Belt childhood in Ohio to the halls of academia at NYU and Bennington College, to a position of power and influence as Juilliard's founding director of dance (1952-1985). Peppered with anecdotal material delivered by dance notables who knew her, this revelatory story depicts her struggles and successes, the film is a celebration of dance and an examination of the passion required to keep it alive. "Illuminating... Defiance [and] tenacity, animated Hill’s life, and it drives ‘Miss Hill’ forward, too. Archival footage…distills the essence of a time when American concert dance, like never before, sought to comment on society rather than escape from it; a time when, as the choreographer Bessie Schonberg said, "everything was new." And that’s only the first half. We also get a thorough history of the Juilliard dance department, its initially groundbreaking curriculum of warring genres (ballet and modern dance) and its near-demise at the hands of George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, an episode in which matters of money, power, real estate, politics and national identity collide." - The New York Times.
Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter tells the inspiring and largely unknown story of Martha Hill, a woman whose life was defined by her love for dance, and who successfully fought against great odds to establish dance as a legitimate art form in America. Through archival footage, lively interviews with friends and intimates, and rare footage of the spirited subject, the film explores Hills's arduous path from a Bible Belt childhood in Ohio to the halls of academia at NYU and Bennington College, to a position of power and influence as Juilliard's founding director of dance (1952-1985). Peppered with anecdotal material delivered by dance notables who knew her, this revelatory story depicts her struggles and successes, the film is a celebration of dance and an examination of the passion required to keep it alive. "Illuminating... Defiance [and] tenacity, animated Hill’s life, and it drives ‘Miss Hill’ forward, too. Archival footage…distills the essence of a time when American concert dance, like never before, sought to comment on society rather than escape from it; a time when, as the choreographer Bessie Schonberg said, "everything was new." And that’s only the first half. We also get a thorough history of the Juilliard dance department, its initially groundbreaking curriculum of warring genres (ballet and modern dance) and its near-demise at the hands of George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, an episode in which matters of money, power, real estate, politics and national identity collide." - The New York Times.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 85 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Artists In exile: a story of modern dance in San Francisco chronicles over forty years of dancemaking in the San Francisco Bay Area. The film begins with dance revolutionary Anna Halprin and highlights seminal Bay Area choreographers including Mangrove, Tumbleweed, ODC/San Francisco, Margaret Jenkins, Dance Brigade, Joe Goode and Contraband. The films addresses the special nature of the Bay Area's social, political and environmental climate; the marginalization of Bay Area artists due to the New York dance establishment and the unique and vital dance community that continues to grow.
Artists In exile: a story of modern dance in San Francisco chronicles over forty years of dancemaking in the San Francisco Bay Area. The film begins with dance revolutionary Anna Halprin and highlights seminal Bay Area choreographers including Mangrove, Tumbleweed, ODC/San Francisco, Margaret Jenkins, Dance Brigade, Joe Goode and Contraband. The films addresses the special nature of the Bay Area's social, political and environmental climate; the marginalization of Bay Area artists due to the New York dance establishment and the unique and vital dance community that continues to grow.
Video
1 videodisc (82 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: video file; DVD video.
"Elizabeth Streb and the STREB Extreme Action Company form a motley troupe of flyers and crashers. Propelled by Streb's edict that "anything too safe is not action, " these daredevils challenge the assumptions of art, aging, injury, gender, and human possibility"--Container.
"Elizabeth Streb and the STREB Extreme Action Company form a motley troupe of flyers and crashers. Propelled by Streb's edict that "anything too safe is not action, " these daredevils challenge the assumptions of art, aging, injury, gender, and human possibility"--Container.
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1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 60 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
Although Butoh is often viewed as Japan's equivalent of modern dance, in actuality it has little to do with the rational principles of modernism. Butoh is a theater of improvisation which places the personal experiences of the dancer on center-stage. The dancer is used as a medium to his or her inner life, but not for the portrayal of day to day existence. A Dionysian dance of nudity, eroticism, and sexuality, Butoh's scale of expression ranges from meditative tenderness to excessive grotesqueness. By reestablishing the ancient Japanese connection of dance, music, and masks, and by recalling the Buddhist death dances of rural Japan, Butoh incorporates much traditional theater. At the same time, it is a movement of resistance against the abandonment of traditional culture to a highly organized consumer-oriented society. An alliance of tradition and rebellion, Butoh is one of the most fascinating underground dance movements. "Butoh: body on the edge of crisis" is a visually striking film portrait shot on location in Japan with the participation of the major Butoh choreographers and their companies.
Although Butoh is often viewed as Japan's equivalent of modern dance, in actuality it has little to do with the rational principles of modernism. Butoh is a theater of improvisation which places the personal experiences of the dancer on center-stage. The dancer is used as a medium to his or her inner life, but not for the portrayal of day to day existence. A Dionysian dance of nudity, eroticism, and sexuality, Butoh's scale of expression ranges from meditative tenderness to excessive grotesqueness. By reestablishing the ancient Japanese connection of dance, music, and masks, and by recalling the Buddhist death dances of rural Japan, Butoh incorporates much traditional theater. At the same time, it is a movement of resistance against the abandonment of traditional culture to a highly organized consumer-oriented society. An alliance of tradition and rebellion, Butoh is one of the most fascinating underground dance movements. "Butoh: body on the edge of crisis" is a visually striking film portrait shot on location in Japan with the participation of the major Butoh choreographers and their companies.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 45 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Includes highlights from ADF performances by: Erick Hawkins Dance Co., Sukarji Sriman, Chuck Davis' African-American Dance Ensemble, Guangdong Modern Dance Co., Pilobolus, Molissa Fenley, Sutki.
Includes highlights from ADF performances by: Erick Hawkins Dance Co., Sukarji Sriman, Chuck Davis' African-American Dance Ensemble, Guangdong Modern Dance Co., Pilobolus, Molissa Fenley, Sutki.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 60 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
After 54 years in dance, Erick Hawkins is an acknowledged master of modern dance. Alan Kriegsman of the Washington Post has called him "one of the genuinely great pioneers of American dance." In this piece, Mr. Hawkins at the age of 83 speaks of his career, his life, and his collaborations with the composer Lucia Dlugoszewski. The piece features Mr. Hawkins teaching his company, excerpts from his work, and an interview with Ms. Dlugoszewski.
After 54 years in dance, Erick Hawkins is an acknowledged master of modern dance. Alan Kriegsman of the Washington Post has called him "one of the genuinely great pioneers of American dance." In this piece, Mr. Hawkins at the age of 83 speaks of his career, his life, and his collaborations with the composer Lucia Dlugoszewski. The piece features Mr. Hawkins teaching his company, excerpts from his work, and an interview with Ms. Dlugoszewski.

7. Ghostlight [2003]

Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 80 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
This film portrait of modern dance legend Martha Graham examines the creative process, as well as important events in Martha's pioneering career. Plays thematically with time and memory, using the actual words of Martha Graham who emerges as a passionate, controversial and egotistical modernist icon that she was.
This film portrait of modern dance legend Martha Graham examines the creative process, as well as important events in Martha's pioneering career. Plays thematically with time and memory, using the actual words of Martha Graham who emerges as a passionate, controversial and egotistical modernist icon that she was.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 60 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Since the early eighties, Molissa Fenley has been intriguing audiences and impressing critics with her unique approach to modern dance. Her work is constantly changing, re-defining itself with each new piece, and she is well known for her work with contemporary artists and composers including Phillip Glass. In this tape, Ms. Fenley talks about her choreography and her approach to the creative process. Also included are clips of a number of important pieces in her repertory.
Since the early eighties, Molissa Fenley has been intriguing audiences and impressing critics with her unique approach to modern dance. Her work is constantly changing, re-defining itself with each new piece, and she is well known for her work with contemporary artists and composers including Phillip Glass. In this tape, Ms. Fenley talks about her choreography and her approach to the creative process. Also included are clips of a number of important pieces in her repertory.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 60 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Doris Humphrey's modern dance classic of affirmation was choreographed in 1935 and features Linda Tarney and Peter Woodin. Filmed at the American Dance Festival in 1972, the first film is an edited version with close-ups and the second is a record version of the same performance showing the entire stage. Transferred from the original 16 millimeter color film.
Doris Humphrey's modern dance classic of affirmation was choreographed in 1935 and features Linda Tarney and Peter Woodin. Filmed at the American Dance Festival in 1972, the first film is an edited version with close-ups and the second is a record version of the same performance showing the entire stage. Transferred from the original 16 millimeter color film.
Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 76 min., 25 sec.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Trisha Brown has been hailed as "one of the true great experimentalists in modern dance." Ms. Brown began her career in New York City as a member of Judson Dance Theater. Since forming her own company in 1971, she has received major commissions from foundations and festivals around the world. In this piece, Ms. Brown, a recipient of the prestigious MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, speaks with Charles Reinhart about her life in dance.
Trisha Brown has been hailed as "one of the true great experimentalists in modern dance." Ms. Brown began her career in New York City as a member of Judson Dance Theater. Since forming her own company in 1971, she has received major commissions from foundations and festivals around the world. In this piece, Ms. Brown, a recipient of the prestigious MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, speaks with Charles Reinhart about her life in dance.

11. Venous flow [2003]

Video
1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 30 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Venous flow weaves first person narrative with contemporary dance to tell the story of a community of dancers and artists and their resolution to overcome personal trauma. "Grace" is a large group piece performed by Li Chiao-Ping Dance and a community of elders shot on a frozen lake in winter, revealing the stark beauty of winter as well as the warmth of community.
Venous flow weaves first person narrative with contemporary dance to tell the story of a community of dancers and artists and their resolution to overcome personal trauma. "Grace" is a large group piece performed by Li Chiao-Ping Dance and a community of elders shot on a frozen lake in winter, revealing the stark beauty of winter as well as the warmth of community.
Video
1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • General impressions
  • Pina asks about love
  • Pina asks about pride
  • More impressions
  • Pina's world
  • Indefinable emotions
  • Come dance with me.
Chantal Akerman's look at the work of choreographer Pina Bausch and her Wuppertal, Germany-based dance company.
  • General impressions
  • Pina asks about love
  • Pina asks about pride
  • More impressions
  • Pina's world
  • Indefinable emotions
  • Come dance with me.
Chantal Akerman's look at the work of choreographer Pina Bausch and her Wuppertal, Germany-based dance company.
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2 videodiscs (103 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (35 p. : ill. ; 16 cm.).
  • Carnations I
  • Le sacre du printemps I
  • Le sacre du printemps II
  • Only you
  • Café Müller I
  • Café Müller II
  • Café Müller III
  • Café Müller IV
  • Café Müller V
  • Café Müller VI
  • For the children of yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Ten chi I
  • Kontakthof I
  • Kontakthof II
  • Kontakthof III
  • Kontakthof IV
  • Vollmond I
  • Vollmond II
  • Vollmond III
  • Vollmond IV
  • Danzón ; and Ten chi II
  • Carnations II.
The boundless imagination and physical marvels of the work of the German modern-dance pioneer Pina Bausch leap off the screen in this tribute by Wim Wenders. Shot in 3D, it is a remarkable visual experience and a vivid representation of Bausch's art, enacted by a group of talented dancers from her company.
  • Carnations I
  • Le sacre du printemps I
  • Le sacre du printemps II
  • Only you
  • Café Müller I
  • Café Müller II
  • Café Müller III
  • Café Müller IV
  • Café Müller V
  • Café Müller VI
  • For the children of yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Ten chi I
  • Kontakthof I
  • Kontakthof II
  • Kontakthof III
  • Kontakthof IV
  • Vollmond I
  • Vollmond II
  • Vollmond III
  • Vollmond IV
  • Danzón ; and Ten chi II
  • Carnations II.
The boundless imagination and physical marvels of the work of the German modern-dance pioneer Pina Bausch leap off the screen in this tribute by Wim Wenders. Shot in 3D, it is a remarkable visual experience and a vivid representation of Bausch's art, enacted by a group of talented dancers from her company.
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Video
2 videodiscs (103 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (35 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.).
  • Carnations I
  • Le sacre du printemps I
  • Le sacre du printemps II
  • Only you
  • Café Müller I
  • Café Müller II
  • Café Müller III
  • Café Müller IV
  • Café Müller V
  • Café Müller VI
  • For the children of yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Ten chi I
  • Kontakthof I
  • Kontakthof II
  • Kontakthof III
  • Kontakthof IV
  • Vollmond I
  • Vollmond II
  • Vollmond III
  • Vollmond IV
  • Danzón ; and Ten chi II
  • Carnations II.
Originally conceived as a collaboration between filmmaker Wim Wenders and choreographer Pina Bausch, Pina ultimately turned into a tribute to Bausch following her death in 2009. Consists primarily of performances of Bausch's works by Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch with brief interviews with Bausch and members of the dance group.
  • Carnations I
  • Le sacre du printemps I
  • Le sacre du printemps II
  • Only you
  • Café Müller I
  • Café Müller II
  • Café Müller III
  • Café Müller IV
  • Café Müller V
  • Café Müller VI
  • For the children of yesterday, today, and tomorrow
  • Ten chi I
  • Kontakthof I
  • Kontakthof II
  • Kontakthof III
  • Kontakthof IV
  • Vollmond I
  • Vollmond II
  • Vollmond III
  • Vollmond IV
  • Danzón ; and Ten chi II
  • Carnations II.
Originally conceived as a collaboration between filmmaker Wim Wenders and choreographer Pina Bausch, Pina ultimately turned into a tribute to Bausch following her death in 2009. Consists primarily of performances of Bausch's works by Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch with brief interviews with Bausch and members of the dance group.
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ZDVD 29477 Unknown
Video
1 videodisc (38 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
"In the 1970s, at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, USA, four male athletes joined a dance class. Their collaborative work led to the creation of Pilobolus and the transformation of modern dance. Pilobolus eschewed the bright lights of Manhattan and settled in rural Connecticut. On the eve of its fortieth anniversary, internationally-renowned, Pilobolus returns to New Hampshire for a Dartmouth-commissioned premiere of a collaboration with cartoonist Art Spiegelman. Still Moving: Pilobolus at Forty focuses on the company's lifecycle--including a founder's death--its evolution, transformation, and regeneration. At their studio, on the road, in community workshops, and on stage, the arts organism Pilobolus thrives."--Film website.
"In the 1970s, at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, USA, four male athletes joined a dance class. Their collaborative work led to the creation of Pilobolus and the transformation of modern dance. Pilobolus eschewed the bright lights of Manhattan and settled in rural Connecticut. On the eve of its fortieth anniversary, internationally-renowned, Pilobolus returns to New Hampshire for a Dartmouth-commissioned premiere of a collaboration with cartoonist Art Spiegelman. Still Moving: Pilobolus at Forty focuses on the company's lifecycle--including a founder's death--its evolution, transformation, and regeneration. At their studio, on the road, in community workshops, and on stage, the arts organism Pilobolus thrives."--Film website.
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1 videodisc (NTSC, 80 min.) : DVD video, recorded DVD, sound, color with black and white sequences; 4 3/4 in.
The story of the life and works of modern dance pioneer Doris Humphrey (1895-1958) is the focus of this documentary. It leads from her birth in Oak Park, Illinois, to growing up in a theatrical hotel in Chicago where she supported her parents as a dance teacher at the age of 18, the launch of her professional career in the Denishawn Company, establishing her own company with partner Charles Weidman, to serving as artistic director and choreographer for José Limón. Historical and contemporary performance excerpts cover the span of her career from her earliest composition, Valse Caprice (1920), to her last, Brandenberg Concerto (1958), and represent some of her finest pieces such as Soaring, Passacaglia in C Minor, New Dance and Day on Earth. Attention has been paid to placing her growth as a dance artist and her contribution to the development of modern dance within the context of twentieth century history. Interviews with former dancers who worked with her and with her son complete the picture of this indomitable woman who, along with Charles Weidman and Martha Graham, forged a new art form growing out of the national experience of pioneering, freedom of expression, wide open spaces and democratic values.
The story of the life and works of modern dance pioneer Doris Humphrey (1895-1958) is the focus of this documentary. It leads from her birth in Oak Park, Illinois, to growing up in a theatrical hotel in Chicago where she supported her parents as a dance teacher at the age of 18, the launch of her professional career in the Denishawn Company, establishing her own company with partner Charles Weidman, to serving as artistic director and choreographer for José Limón. Historical and contemporary performance excerpts cover the span of her career from her earliest composition, Valse Caprice (1920), to her last, Brandenberg Concerto (1958), and represent some of her finest pieces such as Soaring, Passacaglia in C Minor, New Dance and Day on Earth. Attention has been paid to placing her growth as a dance artist and her contribution to the development of modern dance within the context of twentieth century history. Interviews with former dancers who worked with her and with her son complete the picture of this indomitable woman who, along with Charles Weidman and Martha Graham, forged a new art form growing out of the national experience of pioneering, freedom of expression, wide open spaces and democratic values.
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3 videodiscs (94 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Suite for five
  • Sumerspace - Interscape.
In 1954, Robert Rauschenberg became the Resident Designer to the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, a position he held for ten years. During that time these friends and collaborators, along with the musician John Cage, created some of the most iconoclastic artworks of the 20th century. This three-DVD set showcases these great artists' work, along with the work of another, filmmaker Charles Atlas. The DVDs are accompanied by an illustrated essay by Bonnie Brooks. Charles Atlas has directed and collaborated on over 35 film or video projects with Merce Cunningham and served as the company's filmmaker-in-residence for ten years (1974-1983). The three films in this collection showcase Atlas's direction and editing of films and include the 2003 revival of Suite for Five, the 1999 revival of Summerspace, and the original cast of Interscape in 2000. Interscape explores the transitions between darkness and light, stillness and exertion, and silence and sound. A detailed and beautifully rendered work, Interscape showcases the essence of the artists Cage, Cunningham and Rauschenberg
  • Suite for five
  • Sumerspace - Interscape.
In 1954, Robert Rauschenberg became the Resident Designer to the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, a position he held for ten years. During that time these friends and collaborators, along with the musician John Cage, created some of the most iconoclastic artworks of the 20th century. This three-DVD set showcases these great artists' work, along with the work of another, filmmaker Charles Atlas. The DVDs are accompanied by an illustrated essay by Bonnie Brooks. Charles Atlas has directed and collaborated on over 35 film or video projects with Merce Cunningham and served as the company's filmmaker-in-residence for ten years (1974-1983). The three films in this collection showcase Atlas's direction and editing of films and include the 2003 revival of Suite for Five, the 1999 revival of Summerspace, and the original cast of Interscape in 2000. Interscape explores the transitions between darkness and light, stillness and exertion, and silence and sound. A detailed and beautifully rendered work, Interscape showcases the essence of the artists Cage, Cunningham and Rauschenberg
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1 videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
"Professor Stephanie Jordan examines the extraordinary range of Balanchine's approach to Stravinsky's music across the years. The major focus is Agon, with additional selections from Apollo, Duo concertant, Divertimento from Le baiser de la fée, Movements for piano and orchestra, and Danses concertantes"--Container.
"Professor Stephanie Jordan examines the extraordinary range of Balanchine's approach to Stravinsky's music across the years. The major focus is Agon, with additional selections from Apollo, Duo concertant, Divertimento from Le baiser de la fée, Movements for piano and orchestra, and Danses concertantes"--Container.
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1 videodisc (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (22 p. : ill.)
  • Divining / choreography by Judith Jamison ; music, Kimati Dinizulu, Monti Ellison
  • Revelations / choreography by Alvin Ailey
  • The stack-up / choreography by Talley Beatty
  • Cry / choreography by Alvin Ailey.
Four short compositions performed by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
  • Divining / choreography by Judith Jamison ; music, Kimati Dinizulu, Monti Ellison
  • Revelations / choreography by Alvin Ailey
  • The stack-up / choreography by Talley Beatty
  • Cry / choreography by Alvin Ailey.
Four short compositions performed by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
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1 videodisc (88 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
In the spring of 1961 Simone Forti presented a program titled Five Dance Constructions and Some Other Things in a concert series organized by her friend, composer La Monte Young, at the New York loft studio of Yoko Ono. In 2004 the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles invited Forti to re-create these dance constructions at the Geffen Contemporary space, in conjunction with the exhibition A Minimalist Future Art as Object 1958-1986. This DVD documents that evening and includes Huddle, Slant Board, Platforms, See Saw, Roller Boxes and Accompaniment for La Monte's 2 sounds and La Monte's 2 sounds.
In the spring of 1961 Simone Forti presented a program titled Five Dance Constructions and Some Other Things in a concert series organized by her friend, composer La Monte Young, at the New York loft studio of Yoko Ono. In 2004 the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles invited Forti to re-create these dance constructions at the Geffen Contemporary space, in conjunction with the exhibition A Minimalist Future Art as Object 1958-1986. This DVD documents that evening and includes Huddle, Slant Board, Platforms, See Saw, Roller Boxes and Accompaniment for La Monte's 2 sounds and La Monte's 2 sounds.
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