Dance on Camera Festival opens with the World Premiere of Turkish filmmaker Ebru Şeremetli’s thought-provoking and dynamic feature The Moment Remains.
Dance on Camera Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Dance on Camera Film Festival
WHERE: New York, New York, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Dance on Camera Festival presented by Dance Films Association and the Film at Lincoln Center remains the longest-running dance film festival in the world, providing a platform for choreographic storytelling and creative expression, and intimate access to innovative media artists and their cinematic works. Each year in New York City, the festival presents feature-length documentary and narrative films, inventive short films, filmmaker panels and special events, cutting edge media and art installations, as well as engaging community and student programs. Inaugurated in 1971, Dance Films Association and the Film at Lincoln Center have co-presented the festival since 1996, hosting screenings and special events at the state-of-the-art Walter Reade Theater and the cutting-edge Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center.
Dance on Camera Festival 2021 Returns to Film at Lincoln Center. Opens with Pontus Lidberg’s ‘Written On Water’
The 49th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival runs July 16-18, 2021 at Film at Lincoln Center along with virtual program.
2020 Dance on Camera Festival Goes Online, Announces Lineup. Opens with Evocative MAGUY MARIN: TIME TO ACT
With a program lineup that travels the globe, the 2020 Dance on Camera Festival, running July 17-20, will be presented digitally for the first time.
Dance on Camera Festival 2019 Announces Film Lineup Featuring Dance Luminaries Carlos Acosta, Merce Cunningham
The 47th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival returns to Film at Lincoln Center from July 12 to 15, with an inspiring selection of films that explore dance from a variety of perspectives.
Jacques D’Amboise and Trey McIntyre will both receive a 2018 Dance in Focus Award, to be presented at the Dance on Camera Festival Kickoff Gala
With a wide-ranging selection of 16 programs over five days, the 46th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival, July 20-24 in NYC, is a treat for dance lovers of all stripes,
The Dance Films Association, (DFA) has selected four dance film projects as the recipients of the 2016 Production Grant. This year’s recipient of the full $2,500 award is From There to Here, directed by Sydney Skov and Janique Robillard.
ANATOMY OF A MALE BALLET DANCER, Justin Timberlake and More On Lineup for 2017 Dance on Camera Festival
The 45th edition of Dance on Camera Festival, the longest-running dance film festival in the world, presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Dance Films Association, will run February 3 to 7, 2017.
The lineup is unveiled for the 43rd edition of the dance-centric film festival, Dance on Camera, taking place January 30 – February 3 in New York City. The festival opens with the U.S. Premiere of Girlchild Diary, which offers an intimate look at Meredith Monk, a daring composer, singer, filmmaker, choreographer, and director who this year is celebrating her 50th season of creating and performing work in New York. The festival closes with Richard Raymond’s searing Desert Dancer, a dramatic musical feature set against the 2009 riots against the Iranian regime, based on the true story of Afshin Ghaffarian, who dreamed of being a ballet dancer despite a government ban and formed an underground dance group. The film stars Freida Pinto, Reece Ritchie, and Tom Cullen and is choreographed by Akram Khan, who created the opening ceremonies of the recent London Olympic Games.
2014 Dance on Camera Film Festival in NYC Unveils Lineup; MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER to Open, PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN to Close
The 42nd edition of the dance-centric film festival Dance on Camera returns to the Film Society of Lincoln Center for the 18th consecutive year from January 31 to February 4, 2014. This year’s lineup includes world premieres of opening night’s selection of Greg Vander Veer’s MISS HILL: MAKING DANCE MATTER, a film about influential dance pioneer and administrator Martha Hill and closing night’s selection of Kate Geis’s PAUL TAYLOR: CREATIVE DOMAIN, a privileged look at the choreographer’s process as he makes his 133rd dance.