SF Dance Film Festival 10th Anniversary Lineup
SF Dance Film Festival is celebrating 10 years of reframing dance with over 120 films, 20 live performers, filmmaker forums and more from 2-10 November 2019.
San Francisco Dance Film Festival 10th Anniversary © Dance Film SF, Photo by Reneff-Olson Productions
Romeo and Juliet © BalletBoyz and Manilla Productions
Lil' Buck: Real Swan © Louis Wallecan and Versatile Productions
Dance Film SF presents its landmark 10th Anniversary San Francisco Dance Film Festival (SFDFF) from 2-10 November 2019. The festival celebrates a decade of reframing dance by screening over 120 films including both North American and world premieres. With documentaries, live performance captures from the world's greatest stages, shorts, narrative features, VR films, panels, and over 20 live performers, the festival honors the possibilities of how dance-making and filmmaking can artfully collide, and how each medium catalyzes innovation and insightfulness in the other.
The festival is organized into 30 beautifully diverse programs. Highlights include the North American premiere of "Queen + Béjart: Ballet For Life" by Lynne Wake and Simon Lupton, the US premiere of "Romeo and Juliet" by International Emmy Award-winning directors Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, a live capture of Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young's critically acclaimed "Betroffenheit," the documentary "Lil' Buck: Real Swan," which explores life and jookin' in South Memphis, the first ever virtual reality SFDFF Co-Lab film "Into the Neural Forest" by Jodi Lomask, and as always, a collection of shorts by powerful artistic voices. Special guests of the festival include Lil' Buck, Ballet Boyz Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, Jonathan Young, and other insightful industry leaders.
English title San Francisco Dance Film Festival 10th Anniversary
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