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The Resource Dance for camera, First Run Features

Dance for camera, First Run Features

Label
Dance for camera
Title
Dance for camera
Statement of responsibility
First Run Features
Title variation
  • Queens for a day
  • Reines d'un jour
  • Measure
  • R.I.P
  • Village trilogy
  • Cornered
  • Contrecoup
Contributor
Author
Choreographer
Composer
Costume designer
Dancer
Director
Designer
Film editor
Performer
Producer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Compilation of six dance films and videos selected from the 2002 Dance Camera West Festival in Los Angeles, produced by Kelly Hargraves and Lynette Kessler
Member of
Cataloging source
NN-PD
Characteristic
videorecording
Runtime
95
Technique
live action
Label
Dance for camera, First Run Features
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Queens for a day (Reines d'un jour) (Switzerland; c1996; ca. 26 min., col.) / letterbox format; credits in English. Aië Productions, Actua Films, Télévision Suisse Romande; directed by Pascal Magnin; produced by Olivier Talpain; director of photography, Thomas Hardmeier; original idea, Marie Nespolo, Christine Kung, Pascal Magnin; choreography and performance, Marie Nespolo, Christine Kung, Véronique Ferrero, Mikel Aristegui, Antonio Buil, Roberto Molo; original music, Jean-Philippe Héritier; costumes, Clarisse Beddig. Performers also include the people of Evolène, Switzerland, and others. This recording also appears, with credits in French, on *MGZIA 4-2998 Reines d'un jour
  • Measure (U.S.; c2001; ca. 7 min., col.) / 33 Fainting Spells and Agate Films; directed by Dayna Hanson and Gaelen Hanson; produced by Carlo Scandiuzzi; director of photography, Alan Caudillo; choreography, Dayna Hanson; music, Kyle Hanson; danced by John Dixon and Dayna Hanson. This recording also appears on *MGZIA 4-6631 Measure
  • R.I.P. (Netherlands/U.K.; c2000; ca. 10 min., col.) / letterbox format. An Egmond Film and Television production for the BBC, Arts Council of England, and NPS [Nederlandse Programma Stichting]; written and directed by Annick Vroom; produced by Hans de Weers and Hans de Wolf; executive producers, Henk van der Meulen (NPS), Rodney Wilson (Arts Council of England), Bob Lockyer (BBC); director of photography, M. Claire Pijman; choreography, Hans Hof Ensemble; music, Rob Hauser; art direction, Elsje de Bruin; costumes, Françoise Magrangeas; performed by Andrea Boll, Andreas Denk, Mischa van Dullemen, Klaus Jürgens. This recording also appears on *MGZIA 4-5118 R.I.P
  • The village trilogy (Canada; c1995; ca. 23 min., b&w) / Grimm Pictures; choreographed, produced, and directed by Laura Taler; director of photography, Michael Spicer; music and sound editing, Philip Strong; costumes, Tracey Glas; cast (in order of appearance), Laura Taler, Luc Ouellette, José Navas, Donald Himes, Kim Frank, Jim Allodi, Jane Townsend, Darcey Callison
  • Cornered (Canada; c1997; ca. 5 min., b&w) / Filmfront; director, cinematographer, and editor, Michael Downing; executive producer, Lyell Shields; choreography and performance, Susanna Hood; DJ, Brennin Green
  • Contrecoup (Switzerland; c1997; ca. 24 min., col.) / letterbox format; credits in French. PM Productions, Alias Compagnie, and Télévision Suisse Romande; directed by Pascal Magnin; based on the stage production of the same title by Alias Compagnie; [director of photography], Thomas Hardmeier; mise en scène, Guilherme Botelho; choreography, Guilherme Botelho in collaboration with the performers; original music, Andrès Garcia, Robert Grassi, François Wolf, Philippe Héritier; performed by Mikel Aristegui, Guilherme Botelho, Cendrine Gallezot, Joseph Trefeli, Kylie Walters, and others
  • [Additional features:] Trailer gallery (trailers for Merci pour le chocolat, The trials of Henry Kissinger, and Tout près des étoiles); First Run Features [still frame of data about the firm]
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
1 videodisc (95 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sd., col. and b&w
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm81583717
  • (OCoLC)ocn377369871
System details
DVD
Video recording format
laserdisc
Label
Dance for camera, First Run Features
Publication
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Queens for a day (Reines d'un jour) (Switzerland; c1996; ca. 26 min., col.) / letterbox format; credits in English. Aië Productions, Actua Films, Télévision Suisse Romande; directed by Pascal Magnin; produced by Olivier Talpain; director of photography, Thomas Hardmeier; original idea, Marie Nespolo, Christine Kung, Pascal Magnin; choreography and performance, Marie Nespolo, Christine Kung, Véronique Ferrero, Mikel Aristegui, Antonio Buil, Roberto Molo; original music, Jean-Philippe Héritier; costumes, Clarisse Beddig. Performers also include the people of Evolène, Switzerland, and others. This recording also appears, with credits in French, on *MGZIA 4-2998 Reines d'un jour
  • Measure (U.S.; c2001; ca. 7 min., col.) / 33 Fainting Spells and Agate Films; directed by Dayna Hanson and Gaelen Hanson; produced by Carlo Scandiuzzi; director of photography, Alan Caudillo; choreography, Dayna Hanson; music, Kyle Hanson; danced by John Dixon and Dayna Hanson. This recording also appears on *MGZIA 4-6631 Measure
  • R.I.P. (Netherlands/U.K.; c2000; ca. 10 min., col.) / letterbox format. An Egmond Film and Television production for the BBC, Arts Council of England, and NPS [Nederlandse Programma Stichting]; written and directed by Annick Vroom; produced by Hans de Weers and Hans de Wolf; executive producers, Henk van der Meulen (NPS), Rodney Wilson (Arts Council of England), Bob Lockyer (BBC); director of photography, M. Claire Pijman; choreography, Hans Hof Ensemble; music, Rob Hauser; art direction, Elsje de Bruin; costumes, Françoise Magrangeas; performed by Andrea Boll, Andreas Denk, Mischa van Dullemen, Klaus Jürgens. This recording also appears on *MGZIA 4-5118 R.I.P
  • The village trilogy (Canada; c1995; ca. 23 min., b&w) / Grimm Pictures; choreographed, produced, and directed by Laura Taler; director of photography, Michael Spicer; music and sound editing, Philip Strong; costumes, Tracey Glas; cast (in order of appearance), Laura Taler, Luc Ouellette, José Navas, Donald Himes, Kim Frank, Jim Allodi, Jane Townsend, Darcey Callison
  • Cornered (Canada; c1997; ca. 5 min., b&w) / Filmfront; director, cinematographer, and editor, Michael Downing; executive producer, Lyell Shields; choreography and performance, Susanna Hood; DJ, Brennin Green
  • Contrecoup (Switzerland; c1997; ca. 24 min., col.) / letterbox format; credits in French. PM Productions, Alias Compagnie, and Télévision Suisse Romande; directed by Pascal Magnin; based on the stage production of the same title by Alias Compagnie; [director of photography], Thomas Hardmeier; mise en scène, Guilherme Botelho; choreography, Guilherme Botelho in collaboration with the performers; original music, Andrès Garcia, Robert Grassi, François Wolf, Philippe Héritier; performed by Mikel Aristegui, Guilherme Botelho, Cendrine Gallezot, Joseph Trefeli, Kylie Walters, and others
  • [Additional features:] Trailer gallery (trailers for Merci pour le chocolat, The trials of Henry Kissinger, and Tout près des étoiles); First Run Features [still frame of data about the firm]
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
1 videodisc (95 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sd., col. and b&w
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm81583717
  • (OCoLC)ocn377369871
System details
DVD
Video recording format
laserdisc

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