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about us.

Our mission is to bring dance filmmaking to the masses, showcase and promote new talent, and create a surge of inspiration and opportunity. We don't charge any viewing fees because we believe exposure is the ultimate differentiator. When people thinking of dance cinema, we want them to think of

our team.

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Nadav Heyman
Founder & Artistic Director
An award-winning writer and filmmaker specializing in movement based films, Nadav has screened his work all around the world. In 2019, he was awarded an artist residency by Subhashok Art Center (Thailand), where he created his solo work, "as.phyx.i.a.tion", later published by Dance Magazine. His most recent dance film, "Old Man at the Corner Store" (2023) won awards in Prague, Portland, Spain, Utah, and Los Angeles. Nadav has been a guest artist at UT Austin, Cal Arts, USC, VCU, amongst others, and is currently serving as a judge and board member of the Los Angeles Dance Film Festival.
Genna Moroni
Creative Producer
Genna is a renowned dancer, choreographer, and certified Gaga and Dance Church® teacher. She was a founding member of Ate9 Dance Company, performing at venues such as Jacob’s PillowWhite Bird Dance, and American Dance Festival. As a choreographer, she has collaborated with artists such as HAIMOne RepublicDominic FikeMarian Hill, and many others. She has also presented work at R.E.D.C.A.T.Congress: Legalize Dance and was selected for the Dance Concerts at the Pier (by Jacob Jonas the Company). In 2020, Genna also launched her own dance collective, Gorgeous Ugly Movement (G.U.M.) which debuted at REDCAT’s NOWFEST. Additionally, she is on faculty teaching movement for theater students at the California Institute of the Arts. 
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Sinclair Ogaga Emoghene
Sinclair is a dancer, dance researcher, and assistant professor (tenure-track) at VCU. His work borders performance creation, place situating, cultural studies, experimental practice and dance technology. Amidst this journey, he has created works for the Nollywood audience in Nigeria/Africa, the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., and other prestigious institutions. As professor, he teaches across the dance curriculum in theory, creative research and dance technique. His focus is in African and Contemporary dance practices, multi-racial engagement, and the production of new literature for African dance in world contexts. 
Cheryl is a world-renowned dancer, choreographer, photographer, and educator. She’s a former Hubbard Street dancer and Executive Director of Ate9 Dance Company. She currently serves as Assistant Dean of the Dance School at California Institute of the Arts. Founder of Cheryl Mann Productions, where she has traveled the world setting dance works for Ohad Naharin, Toru Shimazaki, Alejandro Cerrudo, & Danny Ezralow. She is also the official photographer for Joffrey Ballet Chicago & Los Angeles Ballet, and has shot for The Royal Ballet, Alvin Ailey, Ballet Hispanico, Visceral Dance Chicago, amongst many more.
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Andrea Bracamonte
Content Manager
Hollywood finance exec-turned novelist, Lorraine is the award-winning author of the popular Louise Moscow international banking spy thrillers. After working as an actress, translator, and film producer in Paris, she moved back to the U.S. and earned her Institute of Management Accountants certifications. She went on to serve as a finance exec in Silicon Valley during dot-com-era, and then for various Hollywood film companies, notably as CFO of National Lampoon. Lorraine is an avid contributor to the arts, serving for the past eight years as board member and CFO of the Los Angeles-based Ate9 Dance Company.
Lorraine Evanoff
Director of Finance
Andrea (she/her) is a dance artist and creative from Sierra Vista, Arizona. She graduated from Gonzaga University in 2021 with degrees in Physics and Dance and was a part of the Gonzaga University Repertory Dance Company. She has been living in New York for two years as a freelance dancer, choreographer, and videographer, as well as working with STEM from Dance, a growing science and dance non-profit serving New York students. She aspires to continue creating, performing, and sharing her multi-faceted work with the New York community through the realms of film and live performance.
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Maddy (they/she) graduated from Ithaca College with a B.S. in Cinema and Photography, and is an alum of the National Cinematic Society, DKA. They are the Editor/Content Manager for the San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Program Assistant for the Through Women's Eyes International Film Festival and have also worked with the Portland Dance Film Fest and LA Dance Film Festival as a social media assistant and video editor. Maddy is passionate about increasing the accessibility and visibility of dance film, and aims to support the growth and strength of the dance film community through social media.
Maddy Leitner
Social Media Coordinator

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