Speaker - Philip Szporer

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Montreal-based freelance filmmaker, writer and lecturer, Philip Szporer, has worked extensively for CBC-Radio and Television, Radio-Canada, and served as correspondent for "The World", heard on Public Radio International. Co-founder, with Marlene Millar, of the arts film production company Mouvement Perpetuel in 2001, they have directed and produced a number of media projects, including the documentaries Moments in Motion, Raising the Bar: The Fresh Voices Project, and Byron Chief-Moon: Grey Horse Rider, the dance shorts The Hunt, a soft place to fall, Butte, and The Greater The Weight, 40, Falling, as well as adaptation of the multidisciplinary stage work, Quarantaine 4x4. Currently in development with the National Film Board of Canada and choreographer Crystal Pite is a stereoscopic experimental dance film incorporating animation. Philip was awarded the 2010 Jacqueline Lemieux Prize from the Canada Council of the Arts, a 1999 Pew Fellowship, National Dance/Media Project (University of California, Los Angeles) and teaches in the Contemporary Dance Department at Concordia University.

2 Programs

Dances for an iPhone

07.23.11 | 00:09:33 min | 0 comments

3D Dance Filmmaking with Mouvement Perpétuel

07.03.10 | 00:06:13 min | 0 comments