San Francisco Dance Film Festival Call for Entries
SFDFF is accepting submissions until May 1 of dance films for its 8th annual festival in San Francisco. Cash prizes awarded to the winners in each category.
San Francisco Dance Film Festival Call for Entries © photo © Alexander Reneff-Olson
Film Still from In the Countenance of Kings © Ezra Hurwitz
Film Still from Personal Pronouns © Jan Sevcik
SFDFF is currently accepting submissions until May 1 of dance films for its 8th annual fall festival in San Francisco. SFDFF is pleased to announce that a special venue has been secured that will allow the festival to screen live-performance captures. Due to limited screen time in the main theater, past screenings have been primarily curated screenings of short screen dance films and documentaries. For the first time, SFDFF will be able to feature the longer performance films on a second screen and would like to encourage IMZ members who produce or distribute live performance captures to submit their films to the SFDFF competition. (Link)
Also for the first time, SFDFF will be awarding cash prizes to the winners in each submission category—including the new “Live Performance Capture” category.
AWARDS & PRIZES
All films selected for the Festival are eligible for the following awards:
— Best Documentary ($1,000)
— Best Live Performance Capture ($500)
— Best Screendance Film
• Under 5 minutes ($500)
• Under 10 minutes ($500)
• 10 minutes and Over ($500)
— Best Student Film ($500)
— Best Art/Experimental ($500)
— Best Technical Achievement ($500)
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