We are happy to announce the home video release of Enter The Faun for purchase on DVD with an array of fantastic extras!
To purchase your copy of Enter The Faun at a remarkably affordable price, just click on the link below:
Once you choose to buy a home video copy, you will be redirected to First Run Features' website where you can choose the video selection that's best for you (buy a DVD with extras, rent to screen one time or rent to screen and own through Vimeo) - and don't forget that the DVD’s + the extras will make great gifts.
The summer was filled with more screenings, workshops and residencies. Tamar returned to Valencia, Spain for a one-week residency this past June with the amazing community at Balletvale+, where physical therapists, professional dancers and actors worked alongside children with cerebral palsy. For a week the studio was bursting with energy - even the translators were dancing!
Tamar and the dancers of BalletVale+
In July, Tamar taught Body Scripting workshops for participants in the Mark Morris Dance Group's Dance for PD (Parkinson's disease) program in Brooklyn.
Dance For PD Improvisational Solos
In August, we were lucky enough to have our film screened under the stars in Japan at the outdoor Uno Port Art Films festival (http://unoportartfilms.org/en/), and Tamar & Gregg did a live Skype Q&A with a packed audience. Enter The Faun won the audience favorite award and was so popular that it was chosen to screen for a second time! Thanks to Reiko Tahara and everyone at Uno Port Art Films, we now have Japanese subtitles that will be available on the next batch of DVDs that are released.
Sam Greene and Tamar at Spring Green Dojo in Wisconsin
This September, there were screenings and outreach events in Madison and Spring Green, Wisconsin. Tamar and Gregg participated in a four day residency designed by Gordon Greene, a Zen priest who teaches at the medical school.The jam packed events included participation in the Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds, a monthly event in the Family Medicine Department at the University of Wisconsin Medical School; a screening of Enter The Faun; a guest teaching event in three Adaptive Fitness classes at UW's Kinesiology Department, a Dance Therapy class, and a workshop with the phenomenal Shakespearean actors from The American Players Theater. Saturday was an all day workshop at Spring Green Dojo with bodyworkers, Zen students, people with disabilities and healthcare professionals. It was a fabulous time that truly demonstrated how our film can push boundaries in the medical, disability, and dance worlds, bring disparate communities together, and inspire an essential movement towards much needed change!
Later in September, Gregg led workshops in Sydney, Australia, with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
There, he worked with Catherine McNamara, a local
dancer and teacher. Together, they held four dance workshops a day with children, teens, and adults. Our Posse member, Robyn Lambird from Perth, joined Gregg for the week.
Gregg and dancers at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance - Australia Workshop
Gregg and Robyn working in the studio in Australia
In October, Enter The Faun screened at the Pompidou Centre in Paris as a part of the Vidéodanse Films on Dance program.
As Enter The Faun continues to generate its own world wide
movement, our team of Daisy, Veronique, Tamar, Gregg and Karl seek to make the most of the opportunities to screen it and spread our message. Look for further updates and be sure to help us along the way by buying several copies of Enter The Faun. Thanks for keeping us going and your ever faithful support!
All our very best,
The Faun Team! (Tamar, Gregg, Véronique, Daisy and Karl)