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San Francisco Dance Film Festival Opens October 4

Author: Dance Film San Francisco

The 9th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival opens on October 4 -14 featuring 100+ films from around the world, including works by IMZ Members.

  • The 9th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival | Copyright: © Dance Film SF, photo: Alexander Reneff-Olson

    The 9th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival © Dance Film SF, photo: Alexander Reneff-Olson

  • World Premiere of PLAY SERIOUS with ALEXANDER EKMAN | Copyright: © T.M. Rives

    World Premiere of PLAY SERIOUS with ALEXANDER EKMAN © T.M. Rives

The 9th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival opens on October 4 -14 featuring 100+ films screening at 4 different venues. SFDFF presents wonderfully broad programming including dance documentaries, live performance captures, screen dances, experimental dance shorts, and other dance-focused, genre-defying films.

With over twenty countries represented, this year’s festival screens many films made by IMZ Members. The festival has something to offer for every dance and film lover with world premieres, including 3 new films commissioned by SFDFF, special guests, live performances, a filmmaker forum, and a virtual reality screening room.

See the full festival line up via the button below!

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