MVFF: Moving Stories

Discussion to follow with film subject Jonathan Hollander and producers and filmmakers Cornelia Ravenal and Mikael Södersten.

Battery Dance has been a force on the New York and international scenes for over 40 years. Seeing dance as a universal language, founder Jonathan Hollander created Dancing to Connect, in which his dancers travel the globe to teach the tools of choreography to young people who’ve experienced war, poverty, sexual violence, extreme prejudice, and severe trauma as refugees. This film follows six diverse dancers to four countries—India, Romania, South Korea, and Iraq—and captures the struggle, frustration, determination, and transformation of students and teachers alike.

Sunday, March 24 at 12:15pm

Chilmark Community Center
520 South Road, Chilmark, MA 02535

Event Type

Film, Festivals, Annual

Website

http://tmvff.org

Cost

$7: Member Regular; $12: Member Couch; $15: General Regular; $20: General Couch

Contact Phone

508-645-9599

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