JAKE KODISH | SWAY | MICHAEL BUBLE
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We love being together and we would rather have it this way than anything else.
Both of you guys choreographed and performed for numerous artists in the music industry. What influenced you guys to dream bigger and share one of the biggest dance experiences in the country with the public?
We wanted to create something where even if Janelle and I start pursuing something else we have an event that belongs to us and keeps growing bigger than us. To be honest Will inspired me to dream bigger.
A lot of people put limitations on themselves and when I was younger I was an actress and I told myself when I move to LA I want to be a dancer. He shows me I have a bigger voice and I can do so much more.
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It was being around somebody that was so inspiring. It was recently announced you two will be the head choreographers in the new Step Up movie. What special moments in your career help you be up to this challenge? Moving to LA in general is a big jump in general. If you can make it in LA, you can make it anywhere.
Just moving in general was half the battle. Just leaving home and having to fend for myself put me in the mindset of not being afraid anymore. I really think God rewards you if you show that effort consistently. I feel the same way.
I have done the tours, commercials, and everything else as a dancer and I think that choreography bug in you suddenly tells you that you can do anything.
I can create something memorable and something that makes people feel emotions through the TV screen.
What is different in this film from the other Step Up Movies? I feel like this one is taking the movie back to its roots and its reality and what dancers really go through.
By crossing over to China hopefully we can start a new trend here and we will have different Step Up movies filmed all over the globe.
JAKE KODISH | SWAY | MICHAEL BUBLE
Personal Cinema Series Most shows in the Personal Cinema Series are one-person programs where the artist discusses his work with the audience.
This "film-talk" format is also applied to group programs, shows featuring various pieces of media, and open screenings that operate as a part of the Series. The latter format has been a regular part of the series since the founding of the organization.
The legendary Stan Brakhage was a passionate supporter of the organization for thirty years, and he premiered many of his films in the cinema.
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InThe Museum of Modern Art celebrated its 25th Anniversary by presenting a show program of films that had premiered at the Millennium over the years. Workshop topics include optical printingFinal Cut Pro editing, Steenbeck editing, 16mmSuper 8mm film gaugesand digital video. The organization is one of the only remaining establishments in New York City that provides classes, facilities, and equipment rental for optical printing and Super 8 mm film.
Andy Warhol used the editing rooms in the s, and Jean-Luc Godard used the screening room services to view a film by Amos Poe in the s. It provides a forum for discussion and debate in the United States and abroad. The journal is currently edited by Grahame Weinbren and Jessica Ruffin.
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Published bi-annually, each issue focuses on a particular theme or subject, with topics ranging from artistic practice, to social and political, to a focus on individual filmmakers or regions. The journal also writes about the individual artist.
Writers range from firmly-established to unknown. She is now an editor of the journal. Amy Taubin contributed the first article about video, "And what is a fact anyway?