Virtual Moving History XIII – Dance Like Everyone's Watching (Part 1)
This program will be streamed LIVE, both here and on our Facebook Videos page.
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BLACK LIVES MATTER. In recognition of the importance of the current moment, NWFF is donating ALL PROCEEDS from our June film screenings to organizations that empower the Black community. Learn more about this initiative here or donate directly to NWFF.
In celebration of Cunningham, the documentary about Washingtonian dancer/choreographer Merce Cunningham currently streaming via NWFF, MIPoPS will be highlighting historic footage of dancers and choreographers from the Pacific Northwest in a two-part series.
Featured performances will include:
- Busker & Petite at Bumbershoot 2000
- Seattle Festál 2004
- Sally Sykes Group
- Seattle Mime Theatre
- Donald Byrd (two pieces, one interview)
- Karl Krogstad music videos
- Northwest Asian American Theatre Dancefest 1994
About [Virtual] Moving History
Sundays, 4:30–5:30pm PDT
MIPoPS is a nonprofit whose mission is to assist archives, libraries, and other organizations with the conversion of analog video recordings to digital formats according to archival best practices.
In order to adhere to social distancing best practices, MIPoPS is proud to partner with the Northwest Film Forum to bring you a weekly series of archival videotape documenting a diverse history in Seattle. Featuring a variety of material and topics, this series will curate a set of clips each Sunday to provide comic relief, historically relevant medical and public health documentation, performance recordings, and much more.
MIPoPS hopes this series will educate and entertain viewers during this time of uncertainty and isolation.
Find out more about MIPoPS at mipops.org
Watch past screenings on their YouTube Channel
Browse hundreds of videos they’ve digitized on their Internet Archive collection
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