wobbly-logo presents


a dance film for the trees

film site


Current Screenings


presented by Northwest Film Center

Saturday February 20th at 1pm – Whitsell Auditorium in the Portland Art Museum

Monday February 22nd at 6pm – Roseway Theater

For passes, tickets and more info, visit the PIFF website


Past Screenings

Next Dance Cinema – Seattle, WA

December 7th, 2015, 8:30pm

Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA

Click here for tickets and more info

Odds and Ends: The Clearing – Portland, OR

a selection of new Portland made experimental and otherwise unclassifiable moving images

August 27, 7:30-9:30pm

Clinton Street Theatre, 2522 SE Clinton St.


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First Thursday, September 3rd – Portland, OR

Cameo Gallery, 2809 NE MLK Jr Blvd

11AM-9PM, showing every half-hour

5PM-9PM, reception

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The Outlet Project’s “Dance on Film Fest” – Hamilton, NJ

October 1st, 7PM

Seward Johnson Center for the Arts

in the visitor’s center screening room



Opening Doors: Celebrating 50 Years of Dance at the UW – Seattle, WA

October 16th, 7:30PM – University of Washington, Kane Hall 210

Info and Tickets



a collaboration between Erik Ferguson, Yulia Arakelyan,

and guest artist Grant Miller

cinematography by Ian Lucero

original music by Sweetmeat

still photography by Kamala Kingsley

in trees

Waking the Green Sound is a fantasy world where performers transform as they move through unique worlds. The creatures transition between fantastical, dreamlike and vibrant scenes. The film was created with co-artistic directors of Wobbly Yulia Arakelyan and Erik Ferguson, guest artist Grant Miller, cinematographer Ian Lucero, and photographer Kamala Kingsley. An original music score by experimental musicians Sweetmeat adds an aural layer that completes the immersive landscape. We created this film out of a desire to connect to the natural world on a deeper, visceral level; to connect to nature through movement in a wordless dreamy landscape.

Check out this preview in Artslandia Magazine

Or this one in Oregon Arts Watch




This project was funded in part by