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Boris Willis Moves
Boris Willis Moves (1990-present)
(Primary Camera, Editor and Executive Producer)

Developed original, collaborative media for live dance           performance showings at The Kennedy Center: Millennium Stage; Dance Place and the Kennedy Center: Terrace Theater

MansurDance/Sharon Mansur (2003-Present)
(Primary Camera, Editor and Executive Producer)

Developed original, collaborative media for live dance performance showings at The Warehouse and Dance Place.

Dance Institute of Washington/Kennedy Center
KWANZAA 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003
(Technical Director and Producer)

Designed, edited and directed live multi-media video presentation for (2) two stage-mounted 10'x10' projection screens. Executive Director of 4-camera shoots of live performance event.

 

Smithsonian Institution: National Museum of American History (1995)    
(Executive Director and Cameraman)

Directed and shot for seven (7) two-camera shoots and served as Executive Editor of final programs, including:         

John Hammond Series: Performance of American Music
The Oscar Hammerstein II Centennial
John Hendricks: An Interview with Anthony Brown

American Society of Composers and Performers
Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, Burton Lane

Give My Regards to Broadway Series
Carol Channing and Gwen Vernon, Barbara Cook

 

Profile of the Lincoln(7:00)
ONANON Productions, Washington, D.C. (1995)
(Producer, Writer, Technical Director, Executive Editor, Workshop Coordinator)

Produced and directed original documentary profile of the Lincoln theater and the famed U street corridor of Washington D.C. and the recently renovated Lincoln Theater.
Youth Internship Program: Developed and facilitated 16-week research and script-writing program with seven (7) Washington, D.C. high school seniors. Trailer includes: rare historical footage of the Lincoln Theater and one of the last known interviews with Mercer Ellington. Funded in part by the D.C. Commission  on the Arts and Humanities, the D.C. Humanities Council, and the
U Street Theater Foundation

 

Campaign For Tibet- A Tribute to the Dali Lama
Campaign for Tibet, Washington, D.C. (1994)
(Script Writer, Director of Multi-Media Presentation)

Technical Director of multi-image presentation in collaboration with Phillip Glass, and other special guests: The Dali Lamma, Harrison Ford, Roberta Flack, Yo Yo Ma, performed live at the Warner Theater, Washington, D.C.


Mansurdance

Mansurdance

Children's Defense Fund: 20th Anniversary Celebration
Children's Defense Fund, Washington, D.C. (1993)
(Primary Consultant, Technical Director, Script Writer: Video Segments for Live Event, Producer, Executive Editor: BET Broadcast

Co-Creator- Program Theme: “I Feel Safe”.Scripted, produced and conducted interviews for video program segment shown at live event.       
Black Entertainment Television: Edited program for video broadcast from multi-camera shoot footage Special guests include: Debbie Allen, Sinbad, First Lady Hillary Clinton, Wynton Marsalis. Performed live at the Warner Theater, Washington, D.C.

 

Tribute to Marian Anderson
32nd Annual United Nations Concert-United Nations           Association, Washington, D.C.  (1992)
(Script Writer, Assistant Technical Director)

Researched and scripted original script honoring  Marion Anderson. Presented live at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Narration performed by Louis Gosset, Jr. with special guest Denyce Graves.

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