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Corby's 'Hungars Beach' screened at two recent film festivals

May 03, 2018
A film from UW-Madison's Kate Corby, "Hungars Beach," was shown at two dance film festivals during the past two months. 

Corby is an associate professor with the School of Education's Dance Department.

Kate Corby
“Hungars Beach” is about a woman suffering the loss of her brother.   

On March 25, there was a screening of "Hungars Beach" ​during the 2018 Tiny Dance Film Festival in San Francisco, California. Tiny Dance Film Festival is a film festival based in San Francisco that features short dance films (10 minutes or under) from across the globe. TDFF prioritizes films that stretch into new territory, challenge dominant narratives, and most importantly embrace brevity.

On April 19, "Hungars Beach" was shown as part of the 2018 Jacksonville Dance Film Festival in Jacksonville, Florida. The festival showcases local, regional, national, and international dance films in an effort to introduce the Jacksonville community to the burgeoning artistic genre of dance film and engage diverse audiences across the city.

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