Dance Films Kino Presents: Ganzfield
Film Screening with Cast and Crew
Director Brian Torrey Scott, cast and crew, Jeff Harms, Amelia Lorenz, and Daniel Mejia will be at Dance Films Kino to screen and discuss their experimental music film Ganzfield, which explores the inarticulate and complex minutia of a relationship in a fragmented narrative punctuated by live (within the film) musical performances. Filmed over a period of two years, the cast and crew began with a 30 hour drive to western Montana, where they spent several days living and working in a fire lookout tower in the mountains. Scott, Harms, Lorenz, and Meija’s approach to shooting this project was based on their interest in shooting intuitively in an immersive environment, allowing an emotional spirit to grow from within the project into their professional and personal relationships.
Women and Men Film Program (2-4 pm)
Dance Films Kino Presents: A Discussion with Danielle Klinenberg (4-5 pm)
Visual Artist Danielle Klinenberg discusses movement in her abstract watercolor paintings with a movement practitioner TBD.Join Danielle Klinenberg for a conversation about painting and movement. Klinenberg paints with watercolor, and more recently with natural pigments, like murex, African lipstick, mud, cacao and lily stamen. Klinenberg will speak about how dance, moving through landscapes, and Ashtanga yoga have influenced her paintings.
The program will include an experiential ‘imagination meditation’ and painting. Suitable for adults and children.
Danielle Klinenberg is a visual artist who works with wet layers of fine watercolor on heavy papers. In her work, she hopes to feed the eye of the viewer and bring colors and movement together as a chef prepares a feast. Her abstract compositions feel as though you may be able to move through them or climb into one. Studies of choreography, drawing, and the artist’s close friendships inform the work.