As part of Screendance Unpacked, we’re delighted to be working with Omari ‘Motion’ Carter for this very special masterclass in which Omari will take participants on a journey from conception of idea, through to production, post-production and finally how to get the film out there once it’s made.
This three-hour workshop is designed for choreographers and filmmakers who have an interest in screendance but little or no experience making it. The workshop will be split into two parts with a 90-min break:
12-1.30pm: Exploring pre-production & production
3-4.30pm: Post-production & distribution
This masterclass has very limited capacity so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Note: You will receive your Zoom link to the event 2 hours before it begins.
Find out more about Omari Carter
APPLY FOR A MASTERCLASS BURSARY / We are offering a small number of bursary places for those who may need financial assistance to attend Omari’s masterclass. If you’d like to apply please complete our short application form by Wednesday 25 November.
More about Screendance Unpacked:
This November DX teams up with Flatpack to offers a unique opportunity to engage with some of the best digital work from across the globe, and learn more about the filmmakers and their work. To top it all off, choreographers and filmmakers can join a Masterclass exploring the process of making and distributing your own work. Screendance Unpacked is part of the autumn season of Dance Insights Online.
Omari is Founder and Director of The Motion Dance Collective, a production company that has gained worldwide recognition producing thought-provoking work that combines dance and moving image, using the hybrid practice of screendance to tell relevant stories with dance and the screen.
The MDC’s projects have been screened across the UK and internationally at both dance-film and mainstream film festivals including, Loikka Dance Film Festival (Helsinki, Finland), Cinedans Dance on Screen festival (Amsterdam, Netherlands) British Urban Film Festival (London, UK), Lightmoves Festival of Screendance (Limerick, Ireland) and the San Francisco Dance Film Festival (U.S.A).
Omari is also a graduate of the world’s first ever MA in Screendance at London Contemporary Dance School and currently guest lectures in screendance practice at universities across the UK.