San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2016

Saturday, October 22 | 9:30 pm

Brava Theater Center, 2781 24th Street, San Francisco

Ward of State was screened tonight in the San Francisco Dance Film Festival in the last of the International Shorts section. It was surreal to see my film overseas. It has been screen internationally in North America, London, Italy, and in Mexico, but I’ve never been present to see it screened overseas until the festival tonight.

The San Francisco Dance Film Festival runs for 5 days at the Brava Theatre.

Following the screening, the choreographers/ producers were invited on stage to talk about their work. (I only made one Dad joke).

The Festival commenced with the US premiere of Rudolf Nureyev: Dance to Freedom and was a stand out – a 90 min film focused on his defection from Russia. AMAZING! This was screened at the beautiful Taube Atrium Theater, Veterans Building with a very informative Q&A with the director. I stayed until the end when people were leaving and took a photo of this theatre.

Here’s some photos from the past 3 days in San Francisco and at the festival.

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