2 Left Feet Posted April 2, 2005 Report Share Posted April 2, 2005 Later this year I'll be producing a documentary about older dancers called Everyday Dancers. This documentary will follow a group of individuals as they prepare for and take part in the final, August 2005 Adult Dance Camps session in Richmond, Virginia. I'm looking for dancers interested in telling their stories or partaking in this project. We'll follow 2 - 3 dancers as they take the week-long intensive. Their stories will be told by the dancers themselves through sit-down interviews and voice over narration. Dance Campers know what a remarkable event ADC is and what a physical challenge it can be for a mature dancer. I find this journey remarkable, touching and deeply personal to ADC students. In many ways the stories of adult dancers at this intensive are more interesting, more deeply personal and resonate into all aspects of these dancers lives more than that of a young dancer. As a prior ADC attendee, I know first hand the rewards and trials of attending. I know how dance has impacted my life and the lives of those around me. This project is an opportunity for older dancers to share the passion which drives them to pursue this art form and to chase those fleeing moments when we look into the mirror and see a dancer looking back. For more information about this project, please go to isfilms Quote Link to comment
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