Directed by Mike Brown
Follow professional mountain bikers Graham Agassiz, Matt Hunter, and Matty Miles on a mind-bending night ride through the moonscapes of Southern Utah to the Ewok forests of the Pacific Northwest.
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Directed by Rachael Lincoln and Amelia Rudolph
Colorado Premiere | 11 min
SHIFT is a short mountain dance film featuring Bay Area vertical dance company BANDALOOP as they journey across the Sierra. Using climbing technology to access back-country sites including a 2900 foot dance wall, BANDALOOP challenges the boundaries of site-specific performance, re-imagining what dance can be and where it can take place.
Lead by founder and artistic director Amelia Rudolph, the company of eight dancers hike from Yosemite Valley over the crest of the Sierra supported by a technical team of riggers. Dances are staged and captured throughout the journey on multiple terrains, including steep cliff faces, on slabs of granite, and in the spray of a waterfall. Both virtuosic and human, SHIFT invites viewers into the incredible endeavor of bringing dance to the wilderness.
As the performers find grace in the midst of high altitude effort, their artistry highlights the grandeur of the mountains and transports viewers into exhilarating, playful, and visually stunning BANDALOOP choreography.