Monthly Archives: April 2014

Two Days Left

The clock is ticking. Submissions remain open until 11:59 pm, May 1st.

SFDFF Countdown 2How Like An Angel

(UK/AUSTRALIA, 2012) 47min
Director: Robert Hollingworth, Yaron Lifschitz, Circa

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All That Jazz

All That Jazz at SF International Film Festival

All That Jazz

SFDFF co-presents All That Jazz as part of the SF International Film Festival, which returns April 25-May 9. Roy Scheider stands in for writer/director Bob Fosse in Fosse’s dazzling, self-lacerating and clearly autobiographical musical, a Best Picture nominee about a celebrated choreographer/director who fantasizes about his mortality as he juggles his many women, the edit of a movie and rehearsals for a new stage production. Read More>>

Tickets on sale at festival.sffs.org

Sundance Kabuki Cinema
Sunday, April 27 | 12:30 pm

BAM/PFA
Friday, May 2 | 8:30 pm

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History of Dance on Screen

Free Screening

In honor of Bay Area National Dance Week, San Francisco Public Library in partnership with the San Francisco Dance Film Festival and the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library are pleased to screen the dance documentary A History of Dance on Screen by Reiner Moritz. After a brief intermission we will show an eclectic selection of screendance shorts from SFDFF’s 2013 festival.

Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library
100 Larkin Street, San Francisco 94102 | MAP
Saturday, April 26 | 2:00 – 4:00 pm | Free Admission

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Countdown Begins

Our 2014 Countdown begins today:
Submissions close in just 15 days!

SFDFF Countdown 15 DaysOutside In

(SWEDEN, 2011) 10min
Director: Tove Skeidsvoll, Petrus Sjövik, Tyrandora
Choreography: Tove Skeidsvoll
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Cinematheque Dance Film Screening

Jeremy Moss: Chroma

Jeremy Moss: Chroma

San Francisco Cinematheque, in association with SFDFF, presents the world premieres of two dance films, Pull/Drift by Margaret Rorison (with performance by The Effervescent Collective) and That Dizzying Crest by Jeremy Moss, with choreography and performance by Pamela Vail of collaborative dance group, The Architects. In addition, this program will include Moss’ Chroma and other films. More Information>>

San Francisco Cinematheque

CROSSROADS 2014 Program 5
intimate immensities: ritual takes form and my beating heart bounds with exulting motion

Victoria Theater
2961 16th Street, San Francisco 94103
Saturday, April 5 | 3:00 pm.

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