The Moving Pictures Festival of Dance on Film and Video celebrates its 10th anniversary with over 40 screenings, plus panel discussions and a three-day conference called body/machine that explores the relationship between performance and technology. Film highlights include director Sophie Fiennes's fascinating documentary The Late Michael Clark (November 1, 8:30 pm), which charts the return of Britain's bad-boy-of-dance, who disappeared from the stage for four years to battle a heroin addiction. We see excerpts from Clark's stripped-down work CURRENT/See, with dancers moving to the throbbing riffs of a group of bass guitars. Le Mystère Babilée (Tuesday, October 30, 7 pm) is an engrossing documentary about the life of 82-year-old Jean Babilée, a self-involved, passionate French dancer whose natural talent amazed the dance world. Fans of Rudolf Nureyev can spend $45 to see rare film footage of Nureyev and hear his friends (Veronica Tennant, Vanessa Harwood and others) pay homage to the magnetic star on Monday (October 29, 7:30 pm, cocktails included). See Rep Cinemas, page 132, for festival schedule.