Scene & Heard: A dance film benefit and a Colburn School fundraiser [Updated]
Bass screened the film Tuesday in Beverly Hills as a benefit for the Center Dance Arts, a support group for “Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center.”
The film will screen until April 22 at the Landmark Nuart in Los Angeles and the Edwards Westpark 8 in Irvine.
Also on Tuesday, the Colburn School held its annual spring benefit, which featured a concert by students from the school’s Conservatory of Music, the School of Performing Arts and the Trudl Zipper Dance Institute. A gala dinner then honored former county Supervisor Ed Edelman for his many contributions to the cultural landscape of Los Angeles.
Look for the full report here and in Scene & Heard in Sunday’s Image section.
-- Ellen Olivier
Photo: Sokvannara (Sy) Sar, center, mingles with members of Los Angeles Ballet at a screening of "Dancing Across Borders," about a boy's journey from his homeland in Cambodia to the United States. Credit: Alex J. Berliner / Berliner Photography / BEImages
[For the record: An earlier version of this post incorrectly said the film would screen for one week at the Landmark Nuart and Edwards Westpark 8. It also said a Q&A for Bass and Sar would be held Friday and Saturday. That event has already taken place.]