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Screen: Special Showings

Fad Dance Film Festival

When: Fri., April 8, 5:30 p.m. 2016



Screendance, a term for filmed documentaries, performances, and experiments dealing with dance, is too broad to be contained by the annual festival at ADF alone. In this evening of international screenings at the Cary Theater, Autumn Mist Belk's Code f.a.d. Company curates fifteen works, including two world premieres by her own company. Keep an eye out for the stylish, stylized AX.APE by Berlin's Toby Wulff; Irish filmmakers Adrienne Brown and Eoghan O'Reilly's atmospheric I See His Blood; Netherlands director Harrie Verbeek's psychodrama, Interlude; Pippa Samaya's study in contrast and shadow, Pick Yourself Up; and Conrad Kaczor's street-level documentary of Portland's hip-hop, krump, and house scenes, We're From Here. —Byron Woods

THE CARY THEATER, CARY 7 p.m., $3–$7, www.codefadcompany.org

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