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June 10-12 , 2011

Dance Continuum SF's Fifth Annual Season

Darkness Before Light

 

Co-artistic directors Peter Litwinowicz and José Ivan Ibarra investigate, question and reveal the nature of relationships with one another and with the world at large. The company uses striking and lush movement, in combination with theatre and film, to deliver exuberant, thoughtful and at times humorous dances full of visual poetry.

 

 

November 7, 2010

Screening

WestWave Dance Festival, Dance on Film Nite

Pete's "Inner Child" and “Touch (Meditaion) films to be screened
Cowell Theater, San Francisco, 7pm.

More info: http://www.westwavedancefestival.org/program/index.html

 

 

August 7, 2010

Screening

7th Annual San Diego International Children's Film Festival

Pete's "Inner Child" film to be screened

More info: http://www.sdchildrensfilm.org

 

 

June 11-13, 2010

Dance Continuum SF's Fourth Annual Season

Life, Love and Rituals

Co-artistic directors Peter Litwinowicz and José Ivan Ibarra touch the heart with dramatic expression, fill the eyes with architectural shapes, and affirm the soul that movement has a profound and deep meaning in our everyday lives. 5 world premieres are presented with additional elements of theater and film. The dances, scripts and films are framed with lyricism, tenderness, humor and passion.

 

 

April 15-16, 2010

Move(men)t 2010

A male choreographers' festival

At The Garage

More info here: http://www.975howard.com/

 

 

April 2-4, 2010

SF Bay Area International Children's Film Festival

As part of WonderCon

Pete's "Inner Child" film to be screened
More info: http://www.sfchildrensfilm.org/

 

 

October 23-25, 2009

Dance Continuum SF's Third Annual Season

Rest for the Constant Traveler

October 23, 24 and 25 at CounterPULSE
All shows at 8pm

 

The dances of Rest for the Constant Traveler incorporate many disparate qualities; lyricism with physical athleticism, tenderness married with humor, moments of stillness infused with chaos. Movement, theater and film propel you into adventures with a novel view on life. Join DCSF on journeys of the mind, body and spirit.

 

When: Friday - Sunday, October 23-25, 2009 @ 8:00 pm
Where: CounterPULSE
1310 Mission Street @ 9th, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 (no one turned away for lack of funds)
To purchase tickets, visit Brown Paper Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/73701 or call 1-800-838-3006
Web: Dance Continuum SF: http://www.dancecontinuumsf.org
counterpulse CounterPULSE: http://www.counterpulse.org

 

October 11, 2009

Screening

Los Angeles International Children's Film Festival

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Noon to 4pm
Free Admission

More info: http://www.lachildrensfilm.org/

 

Pete's film "Inner Child" will be shown as part of a larger program.

 

 

June 12, 2009

Screening

Dance and Media: Moving Bodies / Moving Images

June 12th at 8PM
presented by Ninth Street Independent Film Center in collaboration with Motion Pictures, a San Francisco-based dance on camera collective
Tickets $5
More info: http://ob.ninthstreet.org/facility/screening_room

 

Pete's film for "Inner Child" will be screened as part of a larger screening, with a panel discussion after the screenings.

 

April 10, 2009

Screening

Dances for Camera

April 10 at 8pm
Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia @ 21st
$5-$10 suggested donation
www.motionpictures-sf.com

 

Dances For Camera II is a collection of new short experimental dance films and a dance photography by local and international artists. Dance Continuum SF’s Inner Child will be screened.

 

Featuring films by: Pontus Lidberg, Erin Mei-Ling Stuart/ EmSpace Dance, Carmen Rozestraten, Talal Al-Muhanna with Ballett Frankfurt, Katie Faulkner/ Little Seismic Dance Company, Mira Cook/Transcontinental Dance Collective, Brook & Lindsay Gauthier/ Limbinal, Pete Litwinowicz/ Dance Continuum SF, Brian Gibbs/ TAGsf, Harper Piver, Christine Bonansea, Greta Schoenberg & Ben Estabrook/ Motion Pictures

 

April 26 and May 3, 2009

Screening

MADBAD Performance & Film Festival

April 26, 4pm and 8pm
May 3, 4pm and 8pm
Moving Arts Dance Center & Theater
1281-C Franquette Ave in Concord, CA
$15 advance / $25 door
http://www.movingartsdance.org/events.html

 

An East Bay screening of the Dances for Camera program. (See above for details)

 

November 14 - 16, 2008
Forging Ahead

Dance Continuum SF presented our second season, Forging Ahead, at CounterPULSE in San Francisco. There were four world premieres and one previous piece by co-artistic directors José Ivan Ibarra and Peter Litwinowicz, whose styles blend soft and tender movement with athletic and dynamic counterpoints. This works explored a wide gamut of human desires and relationships and will include original film, cartoons, and sensual dining. The show included the premieres of "Out to Lunch," "Tom and Me," "Inner Child," "Mujer (Ayer y Hoy)" and also included one repertory work, "Touch."

 

August 19, 2008

Touch (Meditation) will be shown as part of the 2008 WestWave Dance Festival's Film Festival at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater.

 

October 2007

Intimate Places

We had a successful first season, October 12-14, 2007, when we shared a show with Huckabay McAllister at CounterPULSE in San Francisco (at 9th and Mission).

 

INTIMATE PLACES features new choreography by HMD's Artistic Director Jenny McAllister, as well as Peter Litwinowicz and José Ivan Ibarra of DCSF, as they adventure into a variety of snug, sensual and secret spaces: McAllister's darkly humorous "Next Time, I'll Take the Stairs" is a Twilight Zone-inspired exploration of how strangers communicate without words - on elevators as well as in other dark and mysterious places. Litwinowicz will present the deeply sensual "Touch", finding the poetry in both the mundane and grand activities we perform with our hands, while Ibarra's "Boundaries" finds inspiration in the mysterious Dali paintings "The Burning Giraffe" and "The Invention of Monsters". McAllister will also present the SF premiere of "Bluebeard's Wives", a new take on an ancient fairy tale. You won't want to miss this show!
 
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