Call for Submissions for Student Dance Films

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Call for Submissions for Student Dance Films

Time: April 24, 2011 at 6pm to July 15, 2011 at 5pm
Location: The University of Utah
Street: 330 S. 1500 East
City/Town: Salt Lake City
Phone: 8015817327
Event Type: call, for, submissions, of, student, dance, films
Organized By: Ellen Bromberg
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2011

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Call for submissions of student works for
The 8th International Dance For The Camera Festival at The University of Utah in Salt Lake City


The University of Utah Department of Modern Dance and Film and Media Arts are pleased to announce a call for submission of original screendance works made specifically for the medium of video or film. An evening of student work will be presented on Thursday, September 15, 2011, in conjunction with the International Dance for the Camera Festival and Workshop with Katrina McPherson.  This year there will be a small cash award for the Jury’s Pick.

 

Being accepted are:
 
Choreography for the Camera - original work made specifically for the medium of video or film, or a staged work remade for the camera (performance documentations will not be adjudicated)
 
Documentary - productions which include interviews or other educational elements in addition to choreography
 
Experimental/Digital Technologies - work that extends the boundaries of the medium and exists only in the realm of video, film, or digital technologies
 
Applicants submitting student works must be or have been enrolled in a full time university undergraduate or graduate degree program, or a dance film workshop when the work was made. The postmark deadline for national and international submissions is 5pm, July 15. Only Region 1 or All Region DVD formats will be accepted.


Please send all inquiries to: 

Wyn Pottratz, katpotz@gmail.com or

Danielle Short, danishort@gmail.com

 

Online application forms will soon available at:

http://www.dance.utah.edu/danceforcamerafest/

 

Send Submissions to:
Student Dance for the Camera Festival Submissions
Department of Modern Dance
University of Utah
330 S. 1500 East Rm. 106
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

USA

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