Registration for the Warmup Screenings
Before the official opening of ROLLOUT 2016, three Macao-related dance films will be screened to kick-start your festive vibes. They are 《Amélia》, 《Dress, Up to See》and 《Playing Landscape》. If you are interested to join us at the above warm-up screenings, please fill out the form below. As these ROLLOUT warmup screenings are free for admission, we suggest you to register for the free entrance as soon as possible. Please note that each audience member can register for one entrance per session ONLY.
暖身放映 I － 12月7日（星期三) 7:30pm － iCentre｜地址 : 宋玉生廣場建興龍廣場9樓C座
12月7日星期三晚，7:30 pm 追尋本地力量，《Amélia》鋼琴及音樂總監楊光奇先生將會現身說樂，分享《Amélia》的影片中精緻、細潤而又高亢動人的音樂的意念及與舞蹈的調和過程，以及分享本地力量在外國專業舞團的那些年。
暖身放映 II －12月12日（星期一) 8:00pm－T劇場 | 地址 : 宋玉生廣場建興龍廣場14樓EF座
12月12日星期一晚，8:00 pm 追尋本地紀錄力量，《望穿秋水》一望就是八年！影片紀錄了2008年澳門文化中心邀請著名香港編舞家伍宇烈於澳門進行首次舞蹈創作《秋水伊人》並與本地舞者深刻互動的過程。導演謝嘉豪透過鏡頭及訪問，層層翻閱本地舞者在排練過程中如何探尋自我、跨越界限的種種對話。
同一晚，觀眾還將看到一部連載公路影片，窺看舞者如何 “跑江湖”，實戰外地演出的背後點滴。2012年，澳門原創水墨意象形體劇場《玩·風景》獲葡萄牙文化機構 Ideias Peregrinas 的邀請，代表澳門參加由他們策劃的 Spera Mundi 計劃。該計劃為葡萄牙吉馬良斯慶祝成為歐洲文化首都的盛事之一，《玩·風景》團隊聯同葡萄牙的藝團，以旅行車組成車隊，由吉馬良斯出發前往另一歐洲文化首都位於斯洛文尼亞的Maribor。澳門電影導演歐陽永鋒，聯同攝影師何文裕隨團拍攝，在路上以紀錄式拍攝連載公路影片《玩轉風景》，並即時傳送回澳門，讓澳門觀衆可透過影片追看整個巡迴演出過程以及當中的精神及生活點滴。
Warmup Screening I - 07/12 (wed) 7:30 pm
iCentre : Alameda Dr. Carlos d'Assumpção, no.258, Praça Kin Heng Long, 9 Andar C, Macau
The night of 7 Dec (Wed) is a night of tracing Macao power in dance films. At 7:30pm, the infamous dance film “Améla” will be shown and the music director and pianist of the film, Mr. Njo Kong Kie, will give the audience a sharing session after the screening. Mr Njo will talk about the concept and production details behind the music used in the film and also share with us how the local artistic power finds its way through the international art scene.
Warmup Screening II - 12/12 (fri) 8:00 pm
T Theatre : Alameda Dr. Carlos d'Assumpção, no.258, Praça Kin Heng Long, 14 Andar EF, Macau
On 12 Dec (Mon), the festival will trace the local dance documentary power in Macao and screened two dance documentaries made by Macao artists, “Dress, Up to See” and “ In Between Landscape”. “Dress, Up to See” is a dance film from eight years ago which documented the creation process of “Dress, Up to Dance”, the first production by the renowned Hong Kong choreographer, Yuri Ng, with the Macao Cultural Center. Tomas Tse, the director, reflected in the documentary the self-discoveries of Macao dancers made during the rehearsals through a lot of exploration with his camera and interviews with the dancers.
“In between Landscapes” is a series of documentary clips made on the road from 27th of Aug to 4th of Oct, 2012. In 2012, the team of "Playing Landscape", a Macau original Ink-Water-Movement-Theatre work, were invited to perform in the project "Spera Mundi”, organised by “Ideias Peregrinas - Cultural Production” from Porto to celebrate Guimarães as one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2012. The film recorded how 30 artists travelled from Guimarães to another Capital of Culture, Maribor in Slovenia, by caravans. After the screening, the directors Tomas Tse and Mike Ao Ieong will share with the audience their experience and journeys in dance documentary production.