Shall We Lunch Together?

 Cinédanse Québec in NYC@Dance on Camera 2016 |

Liz Wolf, Curator of Dance on Camera, Galen Bremer, Producer of Dance on Camera and Sylvain Bleau, Director  of Cinédanse Québec are pleased to invite you to a fun get-together lunch.

 

An Invitation for Lunch!

February 16, 11:30 am@Indie Food and Wine, 144 W 65th Street (across the street from the Walter Reade Theater of the Film Society, Lincoln Center)

Beatriz_Mediavilla| This private lunch is organised prior to
the screening of the documentary Dance with Them at 1 pm. The film direcctor Béatriz Médiavilla will be one of our specual guests. Watch the trailer here.

This private lunch is made possible thanks to the Québec Government Office in New York. A sandwich and a beverage will be served.

RSVP at sbleau@lacaravane.qc.ca before Friday, February 12, 5 pm |

For details on Dance on Camera Festival, please visit: http://www.filmlinc.org/festivals/dance-on-camera/

Au plaisir !

 Photos (1)  Jil Guyon, muse of Cinédanse Québec 2015, in Desert Widow (New York, 2015). Sylvain Bleau discovered Guyon at Dance on Camera 2014 (2) Mistaya Hemingyay (La La La Human Steps, Het National Ballet of Holland, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago) in  Love Songs for Robots, a film by Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski (Montréal, 2015) screened on Opening Night (3) You Can Take the Streets and Rule Them by Eduardo Menz & Patrick Lloyd Brennan (Montréal, 2014) screened at Cinédanse Québec 2015 (4) Lynn Vaillancourt teaches dance since 45 years, in Dance with Them (Rouyn-Noranda, 2014), screened as c0losing film of Cinédanse Québec 2015.

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