How DANCERS + ACTIVISTS around the world MOVe FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE.

 
 

This series of short, dance-documentaries are created with and by grassroots dance activists and non-profit organizations. Amplifying their voices and inspiring work, the films will be screened widely to raise global awareness of the urgent issues they address and how movement is used as a tool.

 

 

MOVE FOR FREEDOM

Portland, Oregon, USA

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Move for Freedom was created as a statement of solidarity with the dancers, artists, healers, and counter-human trafficking advocates of the India-based non-profit, Kolkata Sanved.

Co-Directed by Sydney Skov and Janique Robillard

Director of Photography - Paulius Kontijevas | Steadi-Cam Operator - Harrisen Howes | 1st AC - Eric Macey | 2nd AC - Austin Hobart | Production Designer & Projection Loop Editor - Rubina Martini | Art Assistant - Scott Braucht | Title Design & Animation - Kalina Torino | Edited by Janique Robillard and Jake Lyon

 
 
 

FROM THERE TO HERE 

Kolkata, India

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Still in post-production.

Profoundly inspiring dance therapy practitioners move through the city of Kolkata, empowering some of the city’s most vulnerable -- adolescent survivors of human trafficking and violence -- through dance and movement.

Kolkata Sanved is a non-profit organization using dance and dance movement therapy as psychosocial rehabilitation for survivors of sex trafficking and violence across India.

Co-Directed by Sydney Skov and Janique Robillard | Director of Photography - Paulius Kontijevas

 

HOST A SCREENING

 

Theatrical licensing available. 

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