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Dance on Camera Festival 2011 Opening Night World Premiere of Claude Bessy, Lignes D’une Vie Gala Photos

By Maria Esteves – February 7, 2011

The 39th Annual 2011 Dance on Camera Festival (DCF2011) co-sponsored by the Dance Films Association (DFA) and Film Society of Lincoln Center, Opening Night World Premiere of CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie  (Traces of a Life), directed by Fabrice Herrault commenced Friday, January 28, 2011, 6:00pm at the Walter Reade Theater, New York. A special Q&A session with master of classical dance extraordinaire Claude Bessy, and director Fabrice Herraul, moderated by Film Society of Lincoln Center Consultant Joanna Ney preceded DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception at Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery.

DCF 2011 Opening Night: director Fabrice Herrault, right, with master
of classical dance extraordinaire Claude Bessy, CLAUDE BESSY,
Lignes D’une
Vie (Traces of a Life)
.

DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception: festival director Deirdre Towers,
DFA/Dance on Camera, left, with director Fabrice Herrault, CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie (Traces of a Life).

DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception: DCF moderator Joanna Ney, Film
Society of Lincoln Center Consultant, right, with Patricia Ward Kelly,
author and widow of legendary dancer, director and choreographer
Gene Kelly.

DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception: festival director Deirdre Towers, DFA
/Dance on Camera, left, with director Fabrice Herraul, center, and master of classical dance Claude Bessy, CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie (Traces of a Life).

DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception: (from left-right) festival director Deirdre Towers, DFA/Dance on Camera, with director Fabrice Herraul, master of classical dance Claude Bessy, CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie (Traces of a Life), Mrs. Kelly, and DCF moderator Joanna Ney, Film Society of Lincoln Center Consultant.

DCF 2011 Opening Night Reception: master of classical dance
Claude Bessy, CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie (Traces of a Life),
left, with Dance on Camera moderator Joanna Ney, Film Society
of Lincoln Center Consultant.

DCF 2011 Opening Night World Premiere of CLAUDE BESSY, Lignes D’une Vie (Traces of a Life) Q&A session: Dance on Camera moderator Joanna Ney, Film Society of Lincoln Center Consultant, right, with master of classical dance Claude Bessy, and festival interpreter Ellen Sowchek.

 

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