Watch Dance Films

Dance on Camera 2015

For Individual Use!
From January 30 - February 3, 2015, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 19th consecutive year. This package includes 5 vibrant panel discussions and 8 short films from filmmakers based in the United States, Denmark, Canada, and Israel.

 
  • Dance on Camera 2015: K-12

    For K-12 Use!
    From January 30 - February 3, 2015, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 19th consecutive year.

    The eight selected short films for 2015 present the work of filmmakers from Denmark, Canada, Israel, and the United States, ranging from expressive narratives to experimental short films. Also included in the tour are five illuminating panel discussions with filmmakers and contributors. In addition, you will receive film stills and other promotional material for your own use.

  • Dance on Camera 2015: Higher Education

    For Higher Education Use!
    From January 30 - February 3, 2015, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 19th consecutive year.

    The eight selected short films for 2015 present the work of filmmakers from Denmark, Canada, Israel, and the United States, ranging from expressive narratives to experimental short films. Also included in the tour are five illuminating panel discussions with filmmakers and contributors. In addition, you will receive film stills and other promotional material for your own use.

  • Dance on Camera 2014

    For Individual Use!
    From January 31- February 4, 2014, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 18th consecutive year. This package includes 5 vibrant panel discussions and 8 short films from filmmakers based in the United States, Scotland, Canada, and France.

  • Dance on Camera 2014: K-12

    For K-12 Use!
    From January 31- February 4, 2014, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 18th consecutive year. This package includes 5 vibrant panel discussions and selected 8 short films presenting the work of filmmakers based in the United States, Scotland, Canada, and France.

  • Dance on Camera 2014: Higher Education

    For Higher Education Use!
    From January 31- February 4, 2014, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 18th consecutive year. This package includes 5 vibrant panel discussions and selected 8 short films presenting the work of filmmakers based in the United States, Scotland, Canada, and France.

  • Dance on Camera 2013

    For Individual Use!
    From February 1-5, 2013, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 17th consecutive year with an exciting and diverse array of dance films, including several premieres. The 7 short films present the work of filmmakers based in the United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, and the United States and the 4 panels address various definitions of dance film from it’s role in music videos to it’s position on the spectrum of commercial and art film.

  • Dance on Camera 2013: K-12

    For K-12 Use!
    From February 1-5, 2013, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for its 17th consecutive year with an exciting and diverse array of dance films, including several premieres. The 7 short films present the work of filmmakers based in the United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, and the United States and the 4 panels address various definitions of dance film from it’s role in music videos to it’s position on the spectrum of commercial and art film.

  • Dance on Camera 2013: Higher Education

    For Higher Education Use!
    From February 1-5, 2013, Dance on Camera returned to the Film Society for the 17th consecutive year with an exciting and diverse array of dance films, including several premieres. The 7 short films present the work of filmmakers based in the United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, and the United States and the 4 panels address various definitions of dance film from it’s role in music videos to it’s position on the spectrum of commercial and art film.

Screenings

Inaugurated in 1971 and considered the “mother” of dance film festivals, Dance on Camera annually presents a broad range of films including documentaries, shorts, features, experimental works, and music videos that celebrate the immediacy of dance combined with the intimacy of film. In 1996, Dance Films Association and the Film Society of Lincoln Center partnered to co-present Dance on Camera Festival where it continues to thrive with screenings in the Walter Reade Theater and the new Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center. Dance Films Association has facilitated the Dance on Camera Tour to offer innovative programming to various communities interested in screening dance film since 1999. Partners range from art institutions to genre specific festivals to university film and dance departments, both nationally and internationally. This touring program serves our family of filmmakers, while simultaneously educating a larger audience about the possibilities of dance on camera to promote education through presentation. In addition to customized programs, the tour now includes these packages to offer low-cost, high-quality programming to our partners.

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