FLOW: Dance On Screen Series

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17 - 18 September 2021


The Mercury Cinema, Adelaide

For dancers, choreographers and film lovers, the FLOW: Dance On Screen Series offers a stunning and sensuous program of dance films from across the globe. Featuring the best short dance films of Australasia plus a carefully curated international selection of short films from Cinedans On Tour, the 2021 travelling edition of the renowned Cinedans Fest in Amsterdam, FLOW is presented by Australian Dance Theatre’s International Centre for Choreography (ICC), in partnership with Mercury CX.

Across two evenings in September, Adelaide’s beautiful Mercury Cinema will host two different FLOW programs. Each program will feature two x 50 minute sessions of films (Australasian and Cinedans On Tour – an international selection), separated by an interval and a Q&A session with a special guest speaker.

Tickets start from only $20; tickets may be purchased for one program / night, or both programs / nights.

For more information and to purchase tickets now, please visit the Mercury Cinema online.

Main image above: Still from the short dance-based film The Circadian Cycle (Director: Garry Stewart)


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