Events

Filming Dance for Screen Upskilling Webinar

 

One Dance UK is offering Filming Dance Upskilling Webinars for U.Dance choreographers and group leaders, and all those who work with young people creating dance on camera.  

To support applications for U.Dance 2021, these free webinars specialise in either capturing dance on stage/in the studio, and on screen/for dance film. Hear from an expert in this area and have the opportunity for Q&A.  

Webinars will be available online until U.Dance 2021 applications close in spring 2021, so can be accessed easily by those unable to attend or need to hear the information repeated. 

 

Filming Dance for Screen  

with Jo Cork
Tuesday 15 December 2020
4:30-6:00pm
Prior registration essential 

During this webinar, dance filmmaker Jo Cork will advise on many important aspects of capturing dance on film. Expect practical information on lighting, sound, creating atmosphere, angles and perspectives, editing software and tips, mobile phone recording tips and camera equipment, with time for a Q&A.  

Jo Cork is an London based independent dance and film artist, exploring the human condition and our experiences to create her work. Having completed training at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) and the MA in Screendance at London School of Contemporary Dance, she has enjoyed working as a performer, choreographer and in dance education. Her dance film, Sensate, toured festivals, screening at 15 events across Europe, America and Asia. She also won an international award for best film in category at Videomovimiento Festival in Colombia.
Jo has recently collaborated with ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company, The Place/LCDS, Divya Kasturi Company and is a Resident Artist at Chisenhale Dance Space and a Studio Wayne McGregor QuestLab Artist. Her most recent project, Calibrate, was funded by Arts Council England and has been supported by various dance organisations and universities in the UK. In the new year, she will be working with stage, television and film choreographer Anthony Van Laast and director Roman Green to develop independent dance film, Rebel Rebel.