Kabecca Films was founded by Katie and Rebecca Dale-Everett in 2017 as a platform for collaboration, fusing Katie’s background in cross-genre choreography and Rebecca’s experience of producing award-winning shorts.
Currently they are developing a film series that aims to increase the representation of fifty-plus women onscreen, celebrating and exploring their relationship to dance and the impact it has had on their mental and physical wellbeing.
Kabecca Films will be screening their films ‘Twenty, Forty, Sixty’ and ‘Kindred’.
Twenty, Forty, Sixty, 2018
“My mother went into labour at the Saturday Night New Year’s Dance. So really from my first movement in the world, I was connected to dance.” In this evocative and intimate short film, a local 63 year-old woman called Lisa tells her story of life through dance, and dancing through life.
‘Kindred’ is a short documentary about The Point, Eastleigh’s ‘Retrospectif’ older adults dance company and the individual women who make up the group. Produced during lockdown this film celebrates the company’s unity and strength, the importance of connection through the arts and appreciating our evolving bodies and minds. The film combines intimate interviews with footage of dance sessions, led by the twenty-nine-year-old filmmakers, exploring representation, reflection and shared memories of those with a passion to move.
Where: East Corridor
When: All day