Championing “highly experimental and interdisciplinary forms” since its inception in 2003, the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema has developed from an informal screening in a trailer park to an internationally touring showcase. Supported by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and the University of Colorado at Boulder, Sans Souci (French for “without concerns”) curates programs highlighting video and film submissions that artfully fuse dance and cinematography. Partnered locally with AtticRep, the festival brings three nights of outdoor screenings to the Pearl with live components by the experimental music group Mysterium and Texas State Dance Division. On Friday and Saturday nights, guests can vote for their favorite shorts to help determine Sunday’s program of audience picks. Free, picnics welcome, dusk Fri-Sun, Pearl Park Amphitheater, 200 E Grayson, atticrep.org. Check out our full online calendar of upcoming events here: calendar.sacurrent.com.
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