Frame x Frame Film Fest 2019

Frame x Frame Film Fest 2019

Event Phone: 832-781-0808

Frame x Frame Film Fest aims to bring dance filmmaking to Houston audiences while providing a platform for emerging and established filmmakers to share their work with the world, inspiring creativity and innovation.

2019 Event Details: Frame x Frame Film Fest is a three day festival in Houston, TX that presents film exploring the relationship of the moving body and the camera.  Frame Dance’s Frame x Frame Film Fest is in partnership with Houston Ballet.

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Festival Dates: October 4 – 6, 2019.

Friday, October 4

7:15pm Reception in the Houston Ballet Lobby (ticketed)

8pm Screening of If the Dancer Dances, with short film So Say All of Us


Saturday, October 5

11am Dance class with the MultiGen Framers. Truly, all ages and levels welcome, taught by Lydia Hance at our studio home, River Oaks School of Dancing

12:30pm Picnic at the Menil Collection

3pm Short Films Screening at 14 Pews – **Please note that screenings at this venue contain brief nudity. Viewer discretion is advised.

8pm Short Films Screening at Houston Ballet

Filmmakers for Saturday afternoon’s screening include: Catalina Alexandra, Ashlin Broody-Walega, DraeDesigns, Margaret Garrett, Mary Catherine McReynolds, Camari Lou Murdock, Emily Roy Sayre, Jane Weiner/Hope Stone Dance.

Filmmakers for Saturday night’s screening include: Abe Abraham, Jennifer Scully-Thurston, Margaret Garrett, Mark Freeman, Marta Renzi, Misha Penton/Neil Ellis Orts, Nicci Haynes, Robin Gee, Roma Flowers/Nina Martin, Tara Knight/Rebecca Salzer.

Sunday, October 6

2pm Filmmaking Workshop at Houston Ballet; find workshop details HERE!

4pm Breaking Boundaries Screening at Houston Ballet

  • September 30, 2019 - October 6, 2019
    8:00 am - 10:00 pm
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One comment

  1. Mark Freeman says:

    I’m so grateful to have been invited to screen Atena/Nets at the 2019 festival. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet other makers. The work was inspiring, and the venues and generous hospitality couldn’t have been better.

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