Dancers Workshop Music Video Camp

30 08 2012

Students at Dancers’ Workshop took a week-long Music Video Camp from Hole Dance Films’ Kate Kosharek and Carrie Richer this July. Each student filled a crew role – Director, Cinematographer, Costumer, Choreographer and Location Manager. They studied Site Specific Dance principles as well as Cinematic and Choreographic principles before plunging in to their own creative work. Students conceived of, costumed, choreographed, performed, shot, edited and presented their work entirely on their own. We had a great time and look forward to bringing these concepts and technology & dance together into other DW programming, so stay tuned.
Thanks to Analise, Ava, Anya, Kiva, Mary Grace, Emmaline, Emma, Stephanie and Mark for being part of Hole Dance Films for a week!  Pictures and links to the music videos are below:

Show the Lights Music video link

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun video link

Ava and Analise editingEditing

Music Video Screening





Summer Camp with Hole Dance Films

23 07 2012

We’re teaching a week long workshop at Dancers’ Workshop in August. Register now and make a music video in a week – we’ll produce, choreograph, write, costume, direct, shoot, dance, edit and screen a music video or two or three, perhaps in a week! Check out our video, spread the word and Register now.





Young Dancers and Hole Dance Films

13 07 2012

We love working with young dancers and in this instance, we got to play more with the interaction between live performance and our film work. You can watch a select group of dancers from Dancers’ Workshop’s Junior Repertory Company perform Hole Dance Films’ piece, Phantom of the Theater now!





After Dinner Drink Screens in Morelia, Michoacán, May 28 – May 31

28 05 2012

We are thrilled to be included in the Best of  Sans Souci’s Dance Cinema tour – this week, An After Dinner Drink screens in Mexico! Check out this link to see the other fantastic films on the tour!

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Hole Dance Films new projects and people

29 04 2012

It’s April and Hole Dance Films has a new producer on board,

HDF Producer, Natalia Duncan Macker

Natalia Duncan Macker joins us to take the world of Dance Film by storm in the coming months.You can see by her picture that this lady’s arrival from Los Angeles recently means nothing but awesome things for us, she knows how to make things happen and she clearly belongs here in Wyoming!

We had the pleasure of setting a piece on the Junior Repertory Dance company members at Dancers’ Workshop these past few months and it is shaping up to be a cool piece with live dance alongside a simultaneous dancefilm projection. We’ve loved working with the students and look forward to more projects as whimsical as this one! If you are interested, the show is Friday May 4th. For more info, check in at Dancers’ Workshop,  http://dwjh.org/

And finally we were recently awarded a microgrant from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole to help us buy a new tripod and it is sure going to make a difference in our work – thank you Community Foundation of Jackson Hole!





If you came out for our Fundraiser at Dancers’ Workshop ~ Thank you!

19 01 2012

We had such an excellent crowd for our Hole Dance Films fundraiser. We are thrilled to be working with Dancers’ Workshop – there are some very cool films and projects being discussed. Stay tuned for more and thank you so much for your support! Here are some fun pictures from the night captured by Hole Dance Films’ Cinematographer, Derek DiLuzio.

If you weren’t able to make it –  watch our films and if you like what you see – consider donating to Hole Dance Films’ upcoming projects – it’s simple, visit this link at Dancers’ Workshop’s website.

Dancers’ Workshop donation page





January 14th Performance and Fundraiser

6 01 2012

Hole Dance Films announces its partnership with Dancers’ Workshop!

Saturday January 14th   7:00 – 9:00 pm

This evening celebrates a new stage in Hole Dance Film’s 5 year history – Hole Dance Films will now be a part of Dancers’ Workshop and will strive to incorporate technology, media and dance film throughout Dancers’ Workshop’s programming. Artistically directed by Carrie Noel Richer and Kate W. Kosharek, Hole Dance Films is a unique production company with extensive experience in alternative filmmaking, narrative story telling, site-specific dance and cutting edge choreography. This evening will consist of a performance of Elusive Stranger, performed by Erin Roy and Kate Kosharek which was well received at Spoke the Hub Theater in Brooklyn, NY last March. This piece utilizes film and live dance together to tell its mysterious story. Other HDF films will be screened throughout the evening, including Dream on Vine St, a film recently completed that involves over 20 Jackson locals including Ben Roth, Lawrence Bennett, Margaret Rose Breffielh, Sarah Konrad, Karen Forss Hogan and many more! Wine and hors devours will be served.

Tickets are $10 and are available at Dancers’ Workshop, which is located in the Center for the Arts, 240 S. Glenwood, or at the door.  $50 for VIP tickets – includes front row seating, champagne and a red carpet photo!

This is a fundraising event for Hole Dance Films, in residence at Dancers’ Workshop,

For more information please call 307.733.6398. If you are interested in donating online, visit http://www.dwjh.org/index.cfm?id=donate