Monday, October 13, 2014


One of the most interesting things about Sumo Lake is how the film has garnered interest outside of the expected crowd of animation and comedy viewers. Very pleased, and admittedly a little amused, to have Sumo Lake selected to screen at Choreoscope, "THE Dance Film Festival of Barcelona and Bucharest."
From their website:
"Choreoscope is a free event made for dance lovers and also, film lovers.

Dance films need their own space; they need their home, their temple, a gathering place. Its audience is not limited only to people interested in dance and movement, but it also includes people interested in different approaches to the cinematographic language, those who prefer non-commercial movies, experimental movies, those who are eager to experience different types of movie narrative."

First time I've been asked who was the choreographer of my film. The confession that I just made it all up with a pencil didn't seem to put them off.

Please visit them online for more info, or check out the festival itself if you're in that part of the world.