For NEW Creatives – Join the Project
Creatives will be randomly paired off into teams–with one dancemaker and one filmmaker– at the kick off event. This creative team has full autonomy for the project from concept to finished screendance short. Creatives source and select additional collaborators, gear, site, choreography and production elements. The creatives are encouraged to think about the specificity of their city and consider iconic sites within their city to serve as inspiration for the project.
Learn About Previous Creatives
Learn more about the previous creatives of Moving 24fps
Glen Goldblatt (Film/Video)
Ryan Pierce-Hrechany (Dance)
Ryan Pierce-Hrechany, but I am also known as "Kool Raffa" or just "Raffa" by everybody who knows me. Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, but Raised in AZ. For as long as I can remember I have always been a passionate dancer, adventurer and music lover, with the desire to one day become a professional artist and world traveller. I am currently a future ASU graduate with my dreams, heart and mind set on the future. You can follow me on all social media @Kool_Raffa
Ryan Kerr (Film)
Having discovered his passion for filmmaking at a young age, Ryan sought out every possible opportunity to learn and develop his skills as a cinematographer. A Midwestern native, Ryan is in the process of completing his final year at Columbia College Chicago and obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Film & Video Production with a concentration in cinematography.
Ryan has served as Director of Photography on several projects from narrative and documentary to commercial and experimental films. His body of work continues to expand as he progresses with his creative aspirations.
Rachel Miller (Dance)
Rachel Miller is a company dancer, instructor, choreographer, and Midwest Regional Alternative Dance Festival (RAD Fest) Curator for Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers. She attended The Ohio State University as a Dance Major, holds a BA in Creative Writing through Western Michigan University, and an MFA in Dance through Hollins University in partnership with the former Forsythe Company of Frankfurt, Germany. Miller has performed all over the country, and her choreographic and screendance works have been presented in the Midwest RAD Fest in Kalamazoo, Detroit Dance City Festival in Detroit, Big River Dance Festival in Huntington, South Bend, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Fringe Festival Praha (Prague), and Indianapolis. She is a 2005 recipient of the Irving S. Gilmore Foundation Emerging Artist Grant and a 2010 recipient of the Kalamazoo Artist Development Initiative grant. Miller has sat on the adjudication panels for the Motor City Dance on Film Festival, RAD Festival, and Screen. Dance. Now. She is also a certified Pilates instructor, has been an Aerial Artist for ZFX Flying Effects in Louisville, and has taught in the Western Michigan University Dance Department. She is currently on faculty at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp and in the dance department at Grand Valley State University.
She has been honored to learn from breakin’ dance pioneers such as B-Boy Crazy Legs from the legendary Rock Steady Crew, BBoy Dyzee, BGirl Shie Chan, BBoy Born, BBoy Ivan, BBoy Casper, BGirl ABGirl, Incredible Josh, and many other breakin’ masters. Mary Mar has been a member of Hardcore Detroit dance crew since 2002 and was recently inducted into the Venus Fly dance crew as well as the We're Muslim, Don't Panic collective. She has competed nationally and won several competitions including the 2011 Breakin’ the Law in Madison, Wisconsin; 2011 Grand Rapid’s Slam N Jam; and the 2014 Detroit's Quality All Styles Dance Competition. Mary teaches hip-hop and breakin’ workshops, classes, and children’s camps throughout the Metro Detroit area.
Kristi Faulkner (Dance)
Kristi Faulkner is a choreographer, performer, filmmaker, educator and activist. Based in Detroit, she operates under the philosophy "dare to be different" - creating thought-provoking, visceral experiences that generate meaningful conversation and social exchange. Her work challenges and excavates ideas about sensuality, strength, authority, disgust, attraction, and objectification while centering on authenticity and shedding the artifice of technically-focused performance to show what makes us human in ways that are relatable, yet sometimes uncomfortable.
Directory of Moving 24fps Creatives
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