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Seeking a Communications Intern!

Dance Films seeks a Communications Intern to work closely with the Director of Communications and Programming to maintain website projects, social media strategies, and sustain targeted outreach for our programs. Within the website, duties will include minimal web page management and data entry. Other duties...

Thoughts on the Dance Film Genre

Since the earliest experiments of Thomas Edison and the Lumière brothers, dance and the moving image have evolved side by side, both as distinct art forms, and as a highly contested, unruly and thrilling hybrid: the dance film. “Dance film” may not even exist as a...

Brief Encounters with the 2015 Dance on Camera Shorts!

The short film is a largely misunderstood, under-seen and difficult genre— or, rather, it used to be. Before the advent of streaming video on the Internet, shorts were rarely screened outside of film schools, festivals and art house cinemas. Now that many shorts are increasingly...

Gus Reed Writing on Dance on Camera!

As Director of Communications and Programming, I introduce Gus Reed, contributing writer for the Dance on Camera Festival. In the next week, we'll feature programs you don't want to miss in the 2015 festival, just a little over a week away!  Check back here, under this category...

Join the Excitement!

Dance Films Association is delighted to honor Lois Greenfield with a 2015 Dance In Focus award at the Dance on Camera Festival Kickoff Gala on Wednesday January 28th Lois Greenfield is the creator of thousands of iconic dance photographs, many of which are indelibly etched in our...