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It's Wilde time!

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Hello Chicago Film Lovers,

It's Wilde time again, see you there 8 PM. Reservation under "Rebecca", table in the back.  Let's get Wilde!

Your proud to be organizer,


P.S. Amazing video, check it out, The Evolution of Movie Dance (100 greatest dance scenes,[masked]):

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  • Ania H.

    Very happy to meet you guys!

    1 · April 18, 2014

  • Jeff

    Would love to attend tonight but other obligations keeping me away. have a fun time at Wilde, everybody!

    1 · April 17, 2014

  • Rohit

    Going to be out of town! :-(

    April 13, 2014

    • Rebecca M.

      Bummer! Hope to see you at an upcoming meetup Rohit. I have many meetups I'm planning for May, so there should be plenty of opportunities for you to attend :)

      April 13, 2014

  • Arn

    Do you think it accurate to say that movie dance has "evolved?" A short history of movie dance would be more fitting, I think. 2d, as a published popular music (pm) scholar--& teacher--I can use this video to show how, after the breakout of Elvis, two pm genres competed for screen time--rock 'n' roll (& its allied genres, such as "soul" [BLUES BROTHERS]) & not rock 'n' roll (Broadway). I don't see evolution; I see, for the past 50+ years competition. Comments?

    March 4, 2014

    • Rebecca M.

      Wow that's an excellent premise for a future film discussion! If you don't mind, I might use this discussion question for one of our next meetups. My comment is, the style of movie dance changes, for example the tap dancing from the 30s is a very different style then the hip hop dance from the recent Step Up 2. But you're right, it's not exactly evolution, but mastering the different styles that are fitting to the film's story :).

      March 4, 2014

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