The Oregon Dance Film Fest’s Devin Tau and Heidi Duckler need you to be in their film!

We’ll supply snacks and drinks!

June 6th 6pm-6am Rehearsal (Optional but encouraged)
June 9th 6pm-6am Shooting day! These times will most likely shift as they figure out when extras are needed. Feel free to contact if you have time restraints.

What We Need From You
Ability to take direction: A head turn here, a hand wave there.
Portland/Blue Collar/Dive Bar Attire (NO BLACK): plaids, light denim, neutrals, jewel tones, etc.
Shoot Day! We definitely need you for June 9th, but if you can come the 6th to help Heidi set choreography that would be awesome.

Nike Hawk, the film, will premiere at the 2019 Portland Dance Film Fest!


Oregon Dance Film Commission came from the desire to offer a platform for Oregon artists working in, or interested in working in, the field of Dance Film. The collaborative aspect between filmmaker and choreographer is central to this project. Our ideal is that two artists who normally would not have come together to make a Dance Film, join forces, learn what is it to work together, and create a new 2-8 minute unique work.

Meet this year’s artists:



Devin is a gay, Asian-American filmmaker whose storytelling reflects nearly four decades of cultural silence imposed on him by both his native and adopted cultures from his earliest years as an immigrant to the United States.
He’s currently on his 3rd career, having developed his financial and analytic skills in corporate finance and then adding an eye for fashion in apparel merchandising.
BS University of California at Berkeley (Business), AAS Portland Community College (Video Production)


Heidi Duckler is the Artistic Director and founder of Heidi Duckler Dance. Since its inception in 1985, she has choreographed more than 200 original dance works at unique sites in Australia, Germany, Russia, Hong Kong, Montreal, San Francisco, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle, and throughout Southern California. Titled “the reigning queen of site-specific performance,” by the L.A. Times.
She earned a BS in Dance from the University of Oregon and an MA in Choreography from UCLA, and is currently a Board Member of the University of Oregon’s School of Music and Dance Advancement Council. Duckler was recognized with an American Masterpieces Award from the National Endowment for the Arts to tour Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre’s signature work “Laundromatinee,” and was awarded two Dance/USA Engaging Dance Audiences grants. She has most recently been honored with the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival’s Maverick Award, and LA Weekly’s Best Site-Specific Dance Company Los Angeles, was featured as a TedxUCLA speaker in 2015 and guest lecturer for UCLA in 2018. Duckler is married to Dan Rosenfeld.



Director & Filmmaker



Choreographer & Dancer



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