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Core Dance Presents EnCORE DANCE ON FILM At The Decatur Arts Festival

Core Dance, the award-winning contemporary dance organization based in Decatur, GA and Houston, TX, will present EnCORE Dance on Film on Friday, May 25, 2018 from 5:00-10:00p.m. at Core Studios, 139 Sycamore Street, Decatur Square. The event is part of ArtWALK at the Decatur Arts Festival, and features dance works specifically choreographed for the camera from around the world. These performances are free and open to the public. More info is available at

Thirty-four (34) films, all less than 20 minutes long, will be looped or projected on screens throughout Core Studios. All the films in the formal presentation have soundtracks that will be played with the films. The looped installations will be playing simultaneously on TV screens located throughout the space.

Submissions were solicited earlier this year, and selected by a panel of judges.

Below is a complete list of films and filmmakers in the order they will be shown. There are two showings of the formal presentations: one at 5:00 p.m. and one at 7:30 p.m, beginning with the films from Atlanta and Houston-based artists. Additional info is available in the Playbill available at


  1. Epoch Brittany Fishel (Atlanta)
  2. Shamed Lydia Hance (Houston)
  3. Revolution Study 1-Toward Utopia Charli Brissey (United States)
  4. After The Reign: Mourning to Light Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully (Atlanta)
  5. Abandon Georgia Parris (United Kingdom)
  6. Black Out Philippe Saire (Switzerland)
  7. Caboom #22: Gossip Sebastian Weber (Germany)
  8. In search of lost time Marta Renzi (Italy)
  9. Chimera Sebastion Guitton (France)
  10. COLD Sven Niemeyer (Hamburg, Germany)
  11. Dressful of Dreams Jim Haverkamp (United States)
  12. Juliet, Juliet & Juliet Isabella Rodriguez (Sweden)
  13. Night Dancing Barney Cokeliss (United Kingdom)
  14. SOLUS Simone Wierød (Denmark)
  15. ctrlC/ctrlV Dina Veryutina (Russian Federation)
  16. Impetu's: Flamenco's driving force Lulo Rivero (United States)
  17. Wrecked Pulse Peder Nilsson (Sweden)
  18. DIH.breath Dasa Grgic (Italy)
  19. Le Chorégrave Jake Russell (France)
  20. InterState Ilana Goldman (United States)
  21. Porcelain Roswitha Chesher (United Kingdom)
  22. Landscape Without Horizon Yeajean Choi (United States)
  23. Undercurrent Anne Point (United Kingdom)
  24. The Icons Mitchell Rose (United States)
  25. Flock Together Alexander Irwin (United States)


  1. New Life Lev Omelchenko (Atlanta)
  2. Her Voice Silvia Defrance (Belgium)
  3. Static Drift Abridged Tate Glover (United States)
  4. DAI JIAN SUITE Mimi Garrard (United States)
  5. Impressions Madison Plummer (United States)
  6. Querencia Sarah Wilcoxon (United States)
  7. Snags in Palladio Michele Manzini (Italy)
  8. TerraBlue Rosely Conz (United States)
  9. The Flow Elias Djemil (Canada)

Celebrating its 37th season, Core Dance, an internationally-recognized, award-winning contemporary dance organization based in Decatur, GA and Houston, TX, creates, performs and presents compelling and distinctive original dance works that ignite the creative spirit and foster cultural conversations. ?For nearly four decades, Core Dance has initiated and supported innovation, collaboration, artistic risk-taking and sustainable art-making in dance. ?Core Dance was co-founded in 1980 in Houston, Texas by dancer and choreographer Sue Schroeder and her sister, Kathy Russell. ?Five years later, the organization added Atlanta, GA as a second home-base, creating a context for dance that is relevant in both cities and around the globe. Core Dance uses dance to educate, question and illuminate. ?Core Performance Company, the professional contemporary dance company of Core Dance, is known for its artistically driven research practices, the underlying humanity of the individual Dance Artists, as well as its rigorous physicality. (


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