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About the Event
A dance film is used to reveal the central themes of the film, whether these themes be connected to narrative or story, states of being, or more experimental and formal concerns. Dance films use filming and editing techniques to create twists in the plot-line, multiple layers of reality, and emotional or psychological depth.
Dance film is also known as the cinematic interpretation of existing dance works, originally created for live performance. When existing dance works are modified for the purposes of filming this can involve a wide variety of film techniques. Depending on the amount of choreographic and/or presentational adjustment an original work is subjected to, the filmed version may be considered as dance for camera.
4 Panel Members will Choose 1 winner
We are accepting up to 10 works.
The panel nor the audience will be informed which work is professional or which work is completed by a college until the end of the program.
Winner receives $500