Les Vues

Vermilionville’s Les Vues Film Series is back for October with a screening of Sharon Leahy’s film Carry It On, which is a “dance for camera” film created, created, performed and shot on site at the Wernette Farm outside of Remus, Mich., home to the Wheatland Music Festival. 

Moving through, with and around open fields, a pine grove and an old stage, the cast of dancers and musicians explores mankind’s relationship to the environment and our universal need to gather. Choreographer Sharon Leahy directs this prayer in motion and music, which features music by Rick Good and Cleek Schrey and was edited by Erick Stoll.

The Les Vues Film Series screens Carry It On on Monday, Oct. 28, starting at 6:30 p.m. Admission to the film is free, but a suggested donation of $5 will go towards screening costs. For more information visit  Vermilionville.org.

 

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