CFP: Screen Choreography Conference (UK) (5/11/07; 6/12/07-6/13/07)
CFP: Moves Screen Choreography Conference, Manchester, UK, 12 â€" 13 June 2007.
Papers are now invited for the â€˜Moves: Choreography on the Screenâ€™ conference to be held at Manchester Metropolitan University. Paper are invited for any area of discussion on anything that contains a choreographic intention, ideas could be:
Moves would cover choreographed movement on screen. This could be areas such as:
Cinema and TV
Interpretation of choreography on screen
History of choreography on screen
Choreography in digital environments
Forms of choreography
Choreography and artists film
Stage to screen performance
Elements to dance and performance film
Dance and the screen
Film and video for archival of dance
Choreography on screen versus off screen
Complimentary to stage movement
Recorded choreography and dance
Choreography constructed for the screen
Approaches on production
Camera movement and editing as choreographed work
Invites are also sought for panels, round table discussions and workshops.
Moves will explore all formats of screen image from cinema screens and public spaces, small screen, computer screen and digital environments.
The conference will take place within the School of Art History and MIRIAD at Manchester Metropolitan University in the centre of Manchester and runs in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Moves Festival of Screen Choreography taking place in Manchester from the 14th June 2007.
Please send 300 word abstracts for 20-minute papers to p.d.booth_at_mmu.ac.uk by the 11th May 2007. For more details of the Moves conference please visit www.miriad.mmu.ac.uk/visualculture/inc/moves
Delegateâ€™s passes are at a reduced price and can be bought along with Moves Festival passes for further discounts.
Film and Media
History of Art and Design Department
Manchester Metropolitan University
Tel : 0161 247 1946
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Received on Wed Apr 04 2007 - 16:20:25 EDT