The DFTC workshop presented by MediaNet in glorious Victoria BC exceeded all of my expectations. I entered the process a dance-for-the-camera neophite and after two intensive weeks of viewing, discussing, learning, shooting, exchanging and producing a short work, I left with a solid understanding of the form and the curiosity to pursue it further. Hurry, reserve your spot now!
Michael Trent, the empty collective, Toronto, Ontario
Beautiful Victoria, BC, set a haven for the DFTC program. My curiosity was highly satisfied by the whole DFTC program, from its solid teaching team and talented group of participants to the incredibly generous and patient dance film maven, Ellen Bromberg, leading our way. As a first time director, this was an experience extraordinaire! With this calibre of dance film program made accessable across the country and continent by DFTC in Victoria, it is definately an opportunity not to be missed.
Karen Kaeja, Co-Artistic Director, Kaeja d’Dance, Toronto, Ontario
I had such an amazing experience with you (Grace) and Ellen and the entire group – I know each year is unique but somehow this felt extra special to me. And I love my film simply because I learned so much in a short time and accomplished some extraordinary goals thanks to all of you at DFTC Victoria!
Robin Gee, choreographer/dancer/emerging filmmaker
With the west coast as backdrop, Dance for the Camera was an unique and moving experience. The quality of the program is exceptional. The caliber of the teaching is superb. The team on DFTC are incredibly generous, offering a wealth of knowledge. DFTC was a wonderful experience, exhibiting the potential of dance film and offering a supportive and creative environment for discovery. Dance for the Camera is a gem.
Benedikt MacIsaac, movement artist/musician /emerging filmmaker