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16th and Raleigh

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Director(s): Robert Uehlin

This film aims to convey through dance and film what it feels like to be at 16th and Raleigh, where a forgotten little patch of grass hides under a busy interstate. Using a choreographic technique developed by Faith Morrison, all the senses are used as inspiration for dance and camera improvisation. In post-production, the sound design and editing amplify those same initial sensations. The result is an interpretation of the space through dance and film. Research and production took place on location using a Sankyo XL-420 and Kodak 50D.

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