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Enter Our Six-Second Video Vine Contest

In partnership with the San Francisco Ballet, we are launching
#TheMovementOfEveryDay Vine Contest! Enter now and see your Vine video celebrated at the SF Dance Film Festival — AND win tickets to SFDFF’s Closing Night Screening, Awards Ceremony & Party, as well as the the opening night of SF Ballet’s Nutcracker! Entries only open for two weeks… but that should be enough time as it’s only a six-second video!

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Stay Tuned

The results are in. Seventy films have been selected for dance screen 2013 and will be presented at new festival venues the Roxie Theater, Thursday September 12 and at Delancey Screening Room, Friday, September 13–Sunday, September 15. The complete lineup will be announced August 1, along with international guests and celebrations.

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Notification Deadline

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Thanks for your patience. Due to the large number of submissions received, our screening committees still have a way to go before viewing all submitted films. Notifications will now be sent to filmmakers by the end of June. Great to receive so many submissions, but we do need to screen them all!
 

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Pre-Selection Committees Hard at Work!

300 hundred submissions are now being screened by teams at dance screen in Vienna and SFDFF and their partners at SF Ballet and SF Film Society.  Every film must be screened by at least 3 pairs of eyes so the marathon is on! Filmmakers will be notified later in June as to whether their film has been selected for screening at the festival.  Stay tuned.

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Thank you!

Thank you all for your submissions. This year we received 312! Every entry, regardless of selection for screening in the festival, will be included in the IMZ archives, one of the largest collections of dance films in the world. A BIG THANKS TO THE FILMMAKERS!!

 

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