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SF Dance Film Festival Announces Special Events

Author: San Francisco Dance Film Festival

Dance Film SF announces its complete lineup of films and virtual programming for the San Francisco Dance Film Festival (SFDFF) taking place from 18-25 October.

  • 11th Annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival | Copyright: © Photo: Jaehyeong Yoo

    11th Annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival © Photo: Jaehyeong Yoo

  • Film still from REVISOR | Copyright: © Michael Slobodian

    Film still from REVISOR © Michael Slobodian

  • Film still from TOM | Copyright: © WILKIE BRANSON

    Film still from TOM © WILKIE BRANSON

Tickets and passes are now available for the 11th annual San Francisco Dance Film Festival (SFDFF). All 12 programmes will be presented on Marquee TV with four signature discussions available to the public and additional special events for ticketholders. (Select programmes are not available outside the United States. Check programme pages for more details.)

The festival’s selection of 75 dance-based films will screen to global audiences through Marquee TV. Ranging from feature-length documentaries to experimental short films, programmes will appeal to all dance and film enthusiasts who are missing in-person screenings and performances. Highlights include Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young’s critically acclaimed dance theatre work REVISOR, a documentary film on American showbiz legend MAURICES HINES and the animated feature TOM from Sadler’s Wells New Wave Associate Artist Wilkie Branson.

In addition to its films, SFDFF will host a wide range of virtual programming, celebrating its diverse group of filmmakers and investigating the many forms of screendance. Four signature talks will be made available to the public in advance of the festival opening, including a discussion with REVISOR director/actor Jonathon Young and dancer Tiffany Tregarthen. The festival then kicks off on Sunday 18 October with a live-streamed red carpet opening, featuring international filmmakers and celebrity guests. Additional bonus content for attendees during the run of the festival includes live celebrations featuring mixologists and DJs and additional Q&As with festival filmmakers.

Producer Dance Film SF

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