Dance Films Builds An Archive
$13,243 total raised
An archive that will change the history of dance on film, making nearly 60 years of ground breaking footage accessible.
It is with great excitement that we surpassed our goal of $10,000 to develop the dance film archive project ahead of schedule. We thank all of our backers for their support!
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Joining many esteemed peers in the creative arts, non-profit sector, DFA seeks to support dance filmmakers through our Curated Page on Kickstarter. We serve the individual artist by supporting their project and simultaneously establish community through our specific dance film focus. Visit our page, back these innovative artists, and join the creative funding movement.
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