CDP Goes Digital!
CDP Digital Series: Made in Sacramento brings 11 new creations to your home, available to watch FREE online. Choreographed and performed by CDP artists, and in collaboration with filmmaker Brandon Manning, the series celebrates our Sacramento community with featured local artists, musicians, and city landmarks.
WHEN: The films are released one at a time every Wednesday and Saturday at 6pm PST, from August 26th-September 26th, followed by a special full viewing of the series on October 2nd.
WHERE: Available to view for free on our website, as well as Instagram and Facebook
Digital Series Choreographers: Frances Chae, Julia Feldman, Stefan Calka, Jaime Orrego, Christopher Nachtrab, Dylan Keane, Kaori Higashiyama, Shania Rasmussen, Anthony Cannarella, Isabella Velasquez, Rex Wheeler
Featured Collaborating Artists include Franceska Gamez, David Stone, Alex Trujillo, Casey Lipka, Natalie Hagwood, Hannah Jane Kile, Joe Kye, Tony Moore, and Elliot Tan.
How you can help. We believe that art is essential and must be accessible, now more than ever. Please consider making a donation to support our Digital Series. Your gift will provide direct support for our Artists, and allow us to bring inspiration and beauty to our community safely and free of charge.
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Meet the Filmmaker
Brandon Manning is a local Sacramento artist specializing in the production of high quality visual media from film to print. In the business of making pictures for over eight years now, Brandon has a unique insight into what connects with people and how to share real stories earnestly. His favorite projects are those that combine real humans doing real good in their community with the support of major organizations that magnify the impact of that work many times over.
Along with commercial work, Brandon collaborates with local artists, musicians, and dancers to produce content that lifts everyone's spirit - whatever their class, creed, color, gender, sexuality, or otherwise. Sacramento is a vibrant community to which Brandon is grateful to belong.
Having found his passion late in life after a series of (mis)adventures, Brandon is consumed with creating and living in order to better himself and the world around him - learning what that might mean a little more every day. His secret/not-so-secret, passion is making photographs of the majestic world in which we live, hoping to remind all who view them that we are all one - with each other, and our planet.
This is Brandon's 5th year collaborating with Capital Dance Project. For those who have attended CDP's annual Behind the Barre performances, you will remember his work from the stunning introductory films shown before each piece.
Brandon's portfolio can be viewed here: