Diplomacy in a Dangerous World

By December 26, 2018 No Comments
Escalating border tensions, recklessly blunt words, steady military build-ups, and incessant trafficking of women and children. Are we living in a ticking time bomb in this increasingly fragmented world? Do politicians and economists always know best? What are the other roles that we can play in grappling with an impending global destruction? A group of dancers give us an alternative in the way they know best – by fostering connections with the world through dance.

Singapore film premiere of Moving Stories followed by a panel discussion.
Runtime: 1 h 24 mins

About the film
Moving Stories follows The Battery Dance Company NYC as they travel through India, Romania, Korea, and Iraq to equip at-risk youth with the tools of choreography. A powerful documentary that shows a cultural movement supporting people whom political and social failures have hurt. By Sundance Award-winning director Rob Fruchtman.

Moving Stories – Trailer from Mikael Södersten on Vimeo.

Speakers


Curtis Chin is a Milken Institute Asia fellow and advocate of cultural diplomacy. He is a former U.S. ambassador to the Asian Development Bank, and a member of the international advisory council at the Battery Dance Company.


Laura Entwistle is the co-founder and CEO of EmancipAction, and founded the Mumbai Chapter of Room to Read. Laura serves on the Board of Directors of the Singapore American School and the Battery Dance Company.

Battery Dance Company NYC connects the world through dance. They pursue artistic excellence and social relevance by creating vibrant new works, presenting dance in public spaces, and teaching dance with special attention to the disadvantaged and areas of conflict in the U.S. and all over the globe.

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