Dance on Camera Festival 2011

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Dance on Camera Festival 2011

Time: January 15, 2011 at 8am to February 4, 2011 at 8pm
Location: Walter Reade Theatre, Big Screen Project, BAC
Street: various
Website or Map: http://www.dancefilms.org
Phone: 212-727-0764
Event Type: exhibit, panels, screenings, parties
Organized By: Deirdre Towers
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2011

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Jan 3 – Feb 1, 2011

DFA’s 39th annual, internationally touring festival is co-produced by The Film Society of Lincoln Center, which provides its Walter Reade Theatre in Lincoln Center Plaza between January 28 and February 1st for 10 repeating programs, 4 shows daily, along with receptions, panels, talks, and an photography exhibit.

Tickets are on sale after January 13, 2011.

*Dance On Camera Three-Program Pass: $27 General Public, $21 Students & Seniors, $18 Film Society & DFA Members

The opening and closing night screenings are NOT included in the pass:
Jan 28 at 6:00: CLAUDE BESSY, LIGNES D’UNE VIE and REFLECTIONS
Feb 1 at 8:00: DANCING DREAMS

See 30 second and 3 minute trailers for the 2011, as well as trailers from earlier Dance on Camera Festivals on vimeo.

The 2011 Festival also has special events at: Baryshnikov Arts Center (Billy Cowie Retrospective Jan 25 – Feb 1. See an excerpt from his MOTION CONTROL); The Big Screen Project (Bravo!FACT and Shorts retrospective running from January 3, 2011); Judson Memorial Church courtesy of Movement Research (Jan 25), and Beacon School(Jan 26), made possible with the support from The National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, American Friends of the Paris Opera & Ballet/Eugenia Delarova Doll FundNew York Women in Film and Television, Experimental TV Center Presentation Funds, NYSCA, Culture Ireland, DFA members, and the Susan Braun Trust.

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