From Time to Time
“From Time to Time” is a performing arts film integrating dance, drama and the remarkable music of Joni Mitchell to tell the story of a woman’s relationships over a thirty-year period. The film also touches upon the idealism of the sixties, the sexual experimentation of the seventies, the social fears of the eighties and nineties, and the promise of the new millennium.
The film is written and directed by Moze Mossanen (“Year of the Lion”) choreographed by Ginette Laurin, artistic director of one of North America’s leading contemporary dance companies, O’Vertigo Danse.
- Parental rating
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- 47 min
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Moze Mossanen
- Ginette Laurin
- Joni Mitchell
- Emma Lu Romerein, Roberto Campanella, Mia Dilena, Everett Smith, Ted Banfalvi, Anisa Tejpar, Jay T, Schramek, and more.
- Toronto, Ontario - Canada
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