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Lineup Announced For Longs Legs Short Films

DFA and DCTV co-present Long Legs Short Films an Evening of Moving Moving Images Friday, June 9, 2015 at 7PM   New York, NY After the first wildly successful collaboration between Dance Films Association (DFA) and DCTV to co-present Long Legs Short Films in November 2014, DCTV and DFA come together...

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Call for Submissions

Long Legs Short Films co-presented by Dance Films Association and DCTV Submission Deadline: Wednesday 5/20/15 at 11:59pm EST Submission Fee: $10 Click Here for Details and to Submit After our first wildly successful Dance Films Presents Long Legs Short Films with DCTV back in November, DCTV and DFA come together again to...

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Announcing Free Dance Film Screening on May 14, 2015, DFA @ BAAD!

For Immediate Release May 5, 2015 Dance Films Association (DFA) and Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance (BAAD!) Co-present DFA @ BAAD! an Evening of Short Dance Films for the Boogie Down Dance Festival Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 7PM, Free   New York, NY Dance Films Association (DFA) returns to the Bronx Academy of Arts...

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World Premiere Screening of ANOTHER TELEPATHIC THING

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 30, 2015 Dance Films Association (DFA) and Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) Co-present   The World Premiere Screening of ANOTHER TELEPATHIC THING Academy Award-winning Filmmaker Jonathan Demme’s Live Performance Film of Big Dance Theater's Production by Co-Directors Paul Lazar and Annie-B Parson Monday, June 8, 2015 at 7PM New York, NY...

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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...