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Dress Film

(2004) 3 min.
Dress Film stitches together various attempts to put on a dress.  Prolonging the point of composure, the edit becomes a form of stitch-up, withholding the arrival of a person 'dressed'.

 

ROSALIND PETERS

 

Rosalind Peters is an independent artist and filmmaker based in London, U.K. She has strong links to the dance film community in London and her work is heavily informed by movement and rhythm, often working with aspects of dance or with dancers. Many of her films have been screened at dance film festivals.

Sound is also a predominant factor in her films, which locate themselves around non-dialogue driven, loose narrative and heavily worked sound design. She has worked as a sound recordist on a number of productions and generally records her own sound for her films.

In 2005 she completed two semesters as an adjunct instructor, teaching undergraduate video production at the University at Buffalo (SUNY), New York, USA. The first class she taught in spring term 2005 was called “Dance for the Camera”. Her second class she taught in fall 2005 was in video Production Design. Both of these classes drew upon her film/video industry experience and her practice as an artist using video. Since the late 1990s she has worked in the film industry, most often within the art department on Films, TV and commercials and she has art directed and assistant directed a number of highly successful dance films funded by companies such as Bravo, the BBC and Channel Four.

Her film works have screened nationally and internationally at art cinemas, galleries and festivals including the NFT, London, the ICA, London, The Dance on Screen Film Festival in London, Feminale International women’s film festival, Cologne, Germany, Ormeau Baths Gallery in Belfast, Abbeville film festival in France, Visura Aperta in Croatia, Hallwalls contemporary art centre, Buffalo, NY, USA, Squeaky Wheel media centre, Buffalo, NY, USA, The Battersea Arts centre in London and the Duke of York’s cinema in Brighton. Her work has been distributed by The British Council and funding bodies include the UK Film Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.