10 May Exciting News: Dances With Films!

I’m excited to share that a short film I was in and that I choreographed will be premiering at the 18th annual Dances With Films festival on May 31st!

Dances With Films is one of the largest and most well-respected independent film festivals in Los Angeles, and I’m so excited that it will be the site of the world premiere of the dark comedy What If My Wife Died in Yoga Class. Here is more about the festival from their website:

“Dances With Films has been held each year in the heart of Los Angeles. Year 17 brought even greater audiences as we returned to the Chinese Theatres in the heart of Hollywood, arguably the most famous theatre in the world. DWF is one of the highest attended film fests in Southern California with more than 10,000 attendees each year. Additionally the festival is regularly tracked by industry in Los Angeles with deals made each year.

At the core of DWF is the narrative competition section, comprising both features and shorts. Our normal schedule has contained 12 to 16 competition features and more than 3 dozen competition shorts. Additionally we present around a half dozen of the most groundbreaking documentaries and about a dozen cutting-edge music videos from the indie scene.”

What If My Wife Died in Yoga Class will be screening as part of a block of competition shorts at 2:45pm in a theatre in the Hollywood and Highland complex, which is the area that comes to everyone’s mind when they think of “Hollywood”, including the Chinese Theatre with the celebrity handprints in front of it and the Hollywood Walk of Fame with the stars on the sidewalk! It was an absolute pleasure working with this amazing cast and crew, and I’m excited to see our short on the big screen in such an iconic location.

Here’s a short teaser for What If My Wife Died in Yoga Class:

Congratulations to the entire cast and crew!

Will I be seeing you at the screening on Sunday May 31st? 🙂

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