Telephone… “is such a bouquet of emotions happening all at once. A piece of art that gives you so much in each moment, you simply want to burst out of your seat as an audience member. So many parallels going on to complement each other, this is truly a magical and fun movie of dance…”
Natalie Schultz-Kahwaty, PhD, Director of the Rutgers Dance for Parkinson’s and Neuromuscular Conditions, Assistant Director of the Integrated Dance Collaboratory (IDC) at Rutgers University

“Audio description is typically understood as a segregated accommodation for a small segment of the audience, produced at the end of the creative process. Too often, this means that the results are at best only dutiful and dull. Telephone flips the script on the typical procedure, making audio description available to the entire audience, which enlarges that audience and offers new modes of understanding and interpretation of dance. The film also shows the radical creative potential when audio description is used as the impetus for creativity and collaboration.”
Georgina Kleege, Writer, English Professor at UC Berkeley, and NYU Steinhardt Dean’s Scholar-in-Residence

“Wow, thank you for this exquisite film… gripping, revealing, visionary, inspiring and courageous. I was fascinated and moved by the gorgeous movers, audio describers, questions, and revelations. Yes, art is necessary for all.”
Sheiline McGraw, NYC-based contemporary dancer