Dance-film is the marriage of dance and film language — not just a recording of a dance, but a cinematic reimagining of dance’s possibilities. Work that can only exist on the screen. DANCE@30FPS (frames per second) is an international festival of dance-film presented by the Department of Dance and screened at the Wexner Center for the Arts for free. The festival has shown work from filmmakers the world over, including Oscar-nominees Mike Figgis and Juanjo Giménez Peña, but the premier criteria is work of unbridled imagination — bold, original and honest. This year’s festival will feature projects by MFA Student Josh Anderson and BFA Students Cole Rietenbach and Mason Chapello.

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