Wanting Dance Film by Robin Gee




Film Type: Documentary
Genres: Dance
Runtime: 7 minutess

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Screening Starts 30.09.2020.

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Wanting is a study in intimacy and space -exploring the idea of not having all that is needed or expected; to lack or be short of something essential.

Director Biography
Robin Gee is a dance choreographer and filmmaker. She holds an MFA in Contemporary Dance Choreography and Performance from Sarah Lawrence College with a bilateral degree in Cinema.
Ms Gee has performed with several dance companies in NY including but not limited to: Les Ballet Bagata directed by Yousouff Koumbassa, the Maimouna Keita Dance Company, Asase Yaa Dance Company and her own company Cinque Folkloric Dance Theater with whom she toured the US and Africa. Her choreographic works have appeared in the North Carolina Dance Festival, Dumbo Arts, Philadelphia Fringe Festival, as well as resident works mounted on various colleges and universities around the world. She is the recipient of the West African Research Association’s Post Doctoral Fellowship in African Research and the Central Piedmont Artist’s Hub Grant for her work on dance and music in West Africa. Most recently she is the recipient of the American Association of University Women’s Post Doctoral Research Award (2006 – 2007) for her work on The Mande Legacy, a dance documentation project for which spent six months in Guinea in 2007 and the Fulbright Scholars Award for her research in Mali and Burkina Faso in 2013. She is also the recipient of the 2016-17 North Carolina Choreographers Fellowship for her work on “Mon Petit Frere”, a dance film shot on location in Bobo Diolasso.


Director – Robin Gee

Producer – Alex Forge

Composer – Eran Sabo

Key Cast

Lucia Moretti – Dancer
Marsell Chavarria – Dancer
Emmanuel Mallett – Dancer

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