After its successful run of January 2-19, 2008 in ten venues in New York City, DFA’s 36th annual Festival is now on tour (read more). DFA’s Festival is the oldest dance film festival in the world that sparked a global explosion of activity. Co-sponsored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center since 1996, DOCF celebrates the immediacy, energy, and mystery of dance as combined with the intimacy of film.
DFA’s 37th Dance on Camera Festival: January 7-16, 2009
DFA’s 2009 Festival overlaps with the annual conference of Association of Performing Arts Presenters, January 9-13. Plan to come to NYC to savor the wealth of dance on camera as well as meeting countless artists, agents, and presenters. Deadline for entries: July 30, 2008
Read dance on camera entry form
Read about the titles shown in Dance on Camera Festival 2008:
Walter Reade Theatre -14 repeating programs introduced by 50 artists. Read more
Bruno Walters Auditorium, NYPL, Lawyer Peter Jaszi on “Fair Use.” Read more
New York State Theatre, Special Seminar Event, Read more
Kinetic Cinema, Collective:Unconscious, Shorts, Read more
Donnell Library Center, NYPL, 3D with filmmaker Gerald Marks, Read more
BAAD, Shorts and live dance, Read more
Lincoln Center Plaza Cafe, MEET THE ARTIST: Director Hans Beenhakker and dancer Prince Credell of SHAKE
OFF , supported by the Consulate General of the Nederlands.
Berkeley Carroll School, Loie Fuller, Read more
Alvin Ailey Studios, Awards Ceremony Read more
Spoke The Hub, Documentary screening Read more
The Dance on Camera Festival is made possible due to the generosity of the members of Dance Films Association, The Susan Braun Trust, the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Capezio Ballet-Makers Foundation, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, the New York City Ballet, Dance/NYC, The New York Public Library, The New York Federation of Teachers, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, and The Howard Gilman Foundation, plus the in-kind support of Russian Standard Vodka, Gotham Wine and Liquors, Ariston Florist.
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