San Francisco Dance Film Festival Call for Entries
SFDFF invites filmmakers, choreographers, dance/video artists, producers, distributors and broadcasters to submit dance-based films for its 10th anniversary.
Film still from "Ekman's Concise Guide to Natural Movement" by Alexander Ekman and T.M. Rives © Dance Film SF
Live conversation with Alexander Ekman about "Play Serious" and his creative career © Dance Film SF
Film still from award-winning film "The Great Ghosts," directed by Louise Narboni with creation, staging and scenography by Yoann Bourgeois © Dance Film SF
Dance Film SF announces the call for submissions for its landmark 10th anniversary San Francisco Dance Film Festival (SFDFF), a multi-day international event showcasing the best dance film from around the world. SFDFF has become one of the most respected and influential dance film festivals through years of presenting groundbreaking dance film including screendance, virtual/augmented reality films, multi-media live performances, gallery installations, documentaries, screenings of live captures from the world's great stages, and other genre-defying dance-based film.
SFDFF encourages submissions in the following categories: Live Performance Capture, Documentary and Narrative Feature Film, Screendance Shorts, Virtual Reality, Art/Experimental, and Student Film.
In addition to being presented on this international platform, selected films will be considered for cash prizes in every category, and for the SFDFF touring reel to reach audiences around the world.
Submissions Open January 15 - May 15, 2019.
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