San Francisco Dance Film Festival presents “Slipping Sand”
Sunday, October 24, 2021
2781 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Slipping Sand (2021), choreographed and performed by Katerina Wong in collaboration with cinematographer Dennis Zollo, is a close examination of human’s relentless relationship to time. Encased in a glass atrium, surrounded by hourglasses, a single dancer contemplates the desire to manipulate time, acknowledges her powerlessness, and inches towards acceptance.
Slipping Sand will be presented in part one of the Bay Area Shorts program, a showcase of new dance film work by Bay Area Artists.
About San Francisco Dance Film Festival
Dance Film SF presents its annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival with ten days of programming at multiple venues in San Francisco. From in-depth feature documentaries to engaging shorts programs, the festival offers something for diehard dance fans and newcomers alike. Over the last twelve years the event has secured a solid place on the international scene, drawing a vibrant and diverse range of participants from all over the world. The Festival offers a rare place where independent artists can celebrate their achievements and inspire each other as a unified community. It also serves to introduce dance to those who don’t typically attend live performances, and showcases new international talent before it reaches the Bay Area through traditional venues.
More info at sfdancefilmfest.org/festival-films-2021.