Dance on Film

Friday, January 17, 2003

You don't need choreographers or professional dancers to make a dance film. Judith Kampfner explores the world of dance on film at The Dance on Camera Festival. From Charlie Chaplin to Bugsy Berkley to the movement of a basketball, "dance on film", isn't as narrow a category as you might think.

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