An international crowd-sourced dance-film project, as 54 filmmakers on all seven continents each contribute two seconds of movement by renowned choreographer Bebe Miller.
BIO: Mitchell Rose is an American director of short films known for comedic work. He began his career as a choreographer and performance artist and became known at "the dance world's Woody Allen" after being so dubbed by The New York Times . He then migrated to film and his works have won numerous awards, notably Elevator World, Modern Daydreams, and Learn to Speak Body. He tours a program called The Mitch Show (2007 WFF) which features his films and audience participation pieces.
"If you can't catch The Mitch Show LIVE, watch whatever Mitchell Rose film you can online," says WFF co-founder and programmer Laurent Rejto.
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