Dear friends,

Enter The Faun will be screened in three different locations in October — ChicagoSan Francisco, and Hurleyville, New York.
Be sure to scroll down for more details about San Francisco.
We hope you can join us and let people know!

We had a successful screening in Paris at the Pompidou Center this summer along with a workshop.
Tamar returned to Valencia for the third year to teach the children at Balletvale+
She was then invited to teach a weeks-long director’s workshop at La MaMa Umbria in Italy, where they also screened the film.

Centre Pompidou panel, from left to right: Véronique Bernard, executive producer; Tamar;  Anne Terrail, liason
Frank Carucci, president of the board of La Mama, Tamar, and her students at the director’s workshop at La MaMa Umbria, Italy 
Children with cerebral palsy of Balletvale+ working with Tamar, physical therapists, other dancers, and actors

Screening of Enter The Faun:

Thursday, October 12 | 4:00pm
Byers Auditorium, Genentech Hall
UCSF Mission Bay Campus
1700 Fourth Street, San Francisco, CA 94158 | MAP
Free and Open to the Public
Pre-Registration Required – RESERVE SPACE HERE

Tamar and Gregg will be joined immediately after the screening by dance therapist, Anne Krantz, Ph.D., BG-DMT and Dr. Kimberly Topp, Ph.D., PT, UCSF’s Chair of Physical Therapy for a discussion and Q&A.
Panelists from left to right: Tamar Rogoff, Gregg Mozgala, Anne Krantz, Dr. Kimberly Topp

Body Scripting Workshop with Tamar and Gregg:

Saturday, October 14 | 12:00 – 2:00 pm

Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Room #209
3200 California Street, San Francisco 94118 MAP
Space limited to first forty guests  RESERVE SPACE HERE

As seen in the film Enter the Faun, the experimental methods Tamar Rogoff and Gregg Mozgala used to transform his body will be employed during the 2-hour long movement workshop.

Open to all ages and levels of physical ability, the workshop has proven to be a fantastic teaching tool for dancers, physical and occupational therapists etc. to learn about different techniques to help re-envision a person’s physical body. The workshop is limited to the first forty guests.

1 comment

  • Margot

    Hi Tamar, Hi Gregg,
    How exciting! Faun is taking over the world! I didn’t know LaMama had a connection to Italy. Awesome pictures! I will certainly share this! xo.


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