Meet the 2013 En Route Dance Film Festival jurors! Each one of these tastemakers will select a favorite from our program.
There are only 2 DAYS LEFT to watch the En Route Dance Film Festival selections! There are films that will make you laugh, cry, question the status quo, cheer you up and rejoice in some flashy dancing (our fave kind).
If you haven’t bought your festival pass yet, there is still time to watch this program curated with lots of love! Remember: you only have until December 14 at midnight Pacific time to watch all 19 films. Click here to check out the program and get your tickets.
Photo by Meg Messina
As the Director of ODC Theater, Christy Bolingbroke is charged with the executive and artistic leadership of this 171-seat multi-disciplinary (albeit dance-centric) venue and program including multi-year artist residencies, an annual main stage season, and campus-wide performances. Prior to joining ODC, Christy Bolingbroke was the Director of Marketing for the Mark Morris Dance Group with a focus on institutional visibility for the Dance Center in Brooklyn and for the Dance Group worldwide, increasing ticket sales in tour markets, and activating ‘Access/MMDG’ outreach and engagement events in major hub cities such as Seattle, Houston, Boston, New York City, and Berkeley. She is a former Board President of the Dance Resource Center of Greater Los Angeles and a founding member of Emerging Leaders for New York Arts. Christy carries a B.A. in Dance from the University of California, Los Angeles, is a graduate of the DeVos Institute for Arts Management Fellowship program at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, and recently earned a certificate at the Institute of Curatorial Practice in Performance from Wesleyan University.
Eric Carr is a Film Professional with 14 years of experience in film distribution and marketing. Eric currently serves as the Vice President of Exhibitor Marketing at Focus Features, where he has overseen in-theatre marketing efforts films that have included BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, CORALINE and most recently, THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES. He has a BFA in Cinema Studies and Journalism from New York University and a MBA from the University of Southern California.
Onye Ozuzu is a dance administrator, performing artist, choreographer, educator and researcher currently serving as Chair of the Dance Department at Columbia College Chicago. Her administrative work is notable for a balance of visionary and deliberate progress in the arenas of curricular, artistic, and systemic diversity, cultural relativity, collaboration and inter-disciplinarity. She has been actively presenting work since 1997. Her work has been seen nationally and internationally at The Joyce Soho (Manhattan, NY), Kaay Fecc Festival Des Tous les Danses (Dakar, Senegal), La Festival del Caribe (Santiago, Cuba), Lisner Auditorium (Washington DC), McKenna Museum of African American Art (New Orleans, LA), as well as many anonymous site-specific locations. She has recently been Artist in Residence at EarthDance Workshop and Retreat Center, Bates Dance Festival and Chulitna Wilderness Lodge and Retreat she continues to develop new work. She is currently exploring the relationship between the body, tools and earth.
2013 En Route Dance Film Festival from Dances Made to Order on Vimeo.