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 Post subject: DFA's 35th Dance on Camera Festival 2007
PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2006 1:28 pm 
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Call For Entries

Dance Films Association's 35th annual, touring Dance On Camera Festival

Deadline: September 15, 2006 ($40 fee; $30 for members); Late
deadline: September 25 ($50 fee; $40 for members)


Dance On Camera Festival 2007 will be held January 3-7, 12-13, 2007
at the Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center Plaza, 165 West

65th Street, New York City, January 9th at the Donnell Media Center
of The New York Public Library, and other venues. Free viewings of

the entries not selected for one of the venues will be possible at
Donnell Media Center of The New York Public Library. The festival will

include a day dedicated to American dance films, with an historical
program curated by Robert Haller from Anthology Film Archives titled

"Moving Bodies after Maya Deren." Also included will be a panel about
commissioning dance for the camera led by Helene Lesterlin,

curator for EMPAC, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute which started to
commission new work in 2006. As suggested by Alla Kovgan,

Dance on Camera will show THE COLOR OF POMEGRANATES (1969) by Sergei
Parajanov as a classic example of choreographic

cinema.

Opportunities extended to entrants of the festival include:

Cash prize for Jury winner
Honorariums for entrants involved with Festival tour
Invitations to submit their work to Move The Frame, Classic Art
Showcase, and other cable TV programs
Participation in a forum on solutions and obstacles to making dance
for the camera
Feedback on your work, in discussion groups, or by mail if you cannot
attend
Insight into the craft of dancescreen through panels and Q&As with
the artists
Dance On Camera Festival is the oldest annual dance film/video
festival in the world. Initiated to foster creativity and encourage
fruitful

collaborations between dancers and film makers, the Dance On Camera
Festival has been co-sponsored by the Film Society of Lincoln

Center since 1997 and has toured to over 50 venues internationally,
32 venues in 2006.

What we are looking for: We seek strong synergies of dance and film,
whether it be a dance made for the camera, documentary,

adaptation of a stage work or site specific creation. We also welcome
animation, narratives, and works in which the kinetic energy and

rhythmic design comes solely from the editor or lighting designer.
Dance films can be driven from the prime perspective of dance,

cinema, visual arts, or in the case of documentaries, information. We
accept works that have not been shown in the Dance on Camera

Festival before, or shown in New York City before. Our host venue
prefers to present only New York Premieres.

The Film Society of Lincoln Center maintains a prominent position
within the international film network as a discerning, innovative

exhibitor. The Film Society produces the annual New York Film
Festival, a Gala Tribute to a distinguished film artist, co-produces New

Directors/New Films with the Museum of Modern Art, and publishes the
bi-monthly magazine Film Comment.



Deirdre Towers
Dance Films Association, Inc.
serving the dance film community for 50 years
48 West 21st St., #907
NY, NY 10010
http://www.dancefilms.org
(212) 727-0764
deirdre@dancefilms.org


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