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Comment by Onur Topal Sumer on October 27, 2014 at 3:51pm

Dance Camera Istanbul 2014 is CALLING FOR FILMS! Deadline is October 31st!!

Comment by Associação Vo'Arte on February 22, 2013 at 3:45pm

InShadow Festival welcomes works in the genres videodance,

documentary, performance (solos) and installation, running for a

total of 9 awards attributed by 6 juries. 5th InShadow -

International Festival of Video, Performance

and Technologies runs from 29th November to 7th December

2013 at São Luiz Teatro Municipal and other theatres, museums,

galleries and other venues in Lisbon.


Check here the call for entries and find how to submit your work. 

Submission is FREE OF CHARGE!

We're looking forward to receive your works :)


InShadow Festival is on Facebook. 

Join us and spread the word!

A little token - last edition's spot here.


Comment by BRISA MP on February 11, 2012 at 9:05pm

This call opens February 11- the  deadline is March 15, 2012


The third version of FIVC will be held the last week of March 2012 and offers different formats for work.

The official selection 3.0 will be displayed in two different spaces.

As one of the purposes of this festival and the idea of stepping outside of the traditional exhibition spaces and creating new audiences is that this year will be taken FIVC a street in the city of Santiago and a movie theater in high quality peripheral cultural space.

The call FIVC 3.0 exhibition opens three categories.

  • VD5
From these categories is intended to expand the interaction of video-dance, which inhabits a still indecipherable visual territory between body and camera.


Appropriating public space in the city Santiago of Chile, as part of the official sample of FIVC 3.0, seeks to seduce VD5 through works of short duration to a passerby daily spectator away from museums, exhibition halls, theater and cinema, bringing it to a format of creation still unknown to many.
The work does not have to exceed the 5 minutes duration,  30 seconds minimum including credits.


VDFIMLS calls videodance works of medium and long term  for  exhibitions in a traditional  place .

1.  The work does not have to exceed the 40 minutes duration,  10 minutes minimum
including credits.
The subject and treatment of the work are free, understanding “videodance works” without derivatives and where as much the visual and sonorous components especially have been created for this format. They are excluded documentary works, registries of urban interventions and those videos that have been created originally for scenic works (the video as stage scene or complement of the scenic work).




 calls documentary  for  exhibitions in a traditional  place .
In this category can participate:
docs: Works documentaries dealing with issues, characters, stories, tales, and other creative processes in the field of dance and performance art. Works as a central document including the human body in an expansive field of visual thinking and visual anthropology, anthropology of  body or urban ethnography, which result in the video support.

The official shoowing of VD5 FIVC will take place on Cabildo street in the municipality of La Florida (Santiago), in a busy urban thoroughfare.

In parallel, the selection  VDFILMS and FILES, will be shown in a fully equipped cinema complex in the newly opened Civic Center of El Bosque (Santiago).

RULES and info. 

Comment by Kai Lossgott on July 8, 2011 at 5:45am

OPEN CALL FOR FILMS & PROPOSALS (South Africa & international)


screen dance, video poetry, experimental film,

artist's film, video art, microcinema, animation




How does climate change affect your habitat? Participating artists should respond to the brief and the theme of evidence of climate change. In researching a personal but informed response to the topic, dialogue/collaboration with scientists is encouraged. Using film as a medium, the complex issues at hand should be transformed into dynamic but simple audiovisual experiences with both popular and critical merit. The work may not be longer than 4 minutes. Brevity is strongly encouraged.


Please e-mail a brief proposal of what you are planning to do (or documentation of existing work that fits the brief), along with any images and online links to relevant previous video works by July 30 2011. Proposals are to follow the format provided below. Postmark deadline: 20 September 2011. Final video works must reach us no later than 30 September 2011. Entry forms will be sent to artists who have made it through the first round (proposals).


The films will be screened in a mobile cinema in local communities and on the COPART Climate Train, travelling by rail through South Africa and resident at the COP17 global climate conference in Durban in November 2011. Thereafter, selections of the programme will travel to international film festivals.


A cash prize is intended for the top entry, as well as an artist's fee for all selected work by African artists. These details will be finalized in August/September 2011. It is confirmed that the COPART climate train has been allocated a significant amount in government and corporate sponsorship. This call is an extension of the call for contributions to the climate train sent out by COPART in April 2011.


For queries and submissions, please contact the curator, Kai Lossgott ( / +27 (0)721198300).

For more info, see


Curator's brief


Millions of people and animals will lose their habitat due to extreme weather events like hurricanes, droughts or flooding. Daily, people around the world are observing evidence of climate change in plant, insect and animal life. 'Letters from the Sky' collects emotional data about your inner and outer climate, your home, values, and how that affects the environment we share. The earth is talking to us. Talk back. Send us your weather report from home.


Fueled by news media spectacle, we have entered an age of uncertainty. Collectively, through international media, we have seen a dramatic increase in droughts, floods, heatwaves, coastal storm surges, hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis. Raw oil and nuclear radiation has leaked into the sea. These earth changes, while not all strictly linked to climate change, resound in our global awareness.


Many of us feel powerless about these situations. But it is not all bad news. Climate change is the one social movement that touches all of us, regardless of ethnicity, gender, class, age or creed. Climate change is the youth movement of the 21st century. Artists are asked to respond with their hopes, fears, dreams and nightmares. 'Letters from the Sky' seeks the problems, the evidence, the solutions. How does climate change impact on your home and your community, now and in the future?


Please ensure you submit the following for your brief proposal:



country, town:





creative objectives (what you wish to produce and how):

personal message (maximum 250 words, please be specific):

climate change in your local context:

film language:

(All languages are welcome, but English subtitles will be required.)


Links to online video previews (maximum 3 each)

for completed work relating to the theme:

for examples of previous work:


Any relevant images.


Please note that any soundtrack or music used in the final video must be original, or copyright held/secured by the artist.


Selection process:


1. Call for brief written proposals/creative treatment (deadline July 30 2011). Feedback will be provided on successful proposals.

2. Submission of films & final selection (deadline 20 September 2011). The first screenings will be in November 2011.


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Comment by Victoria Gibson on March 4, 2011 at 4:53pm

International Call to Artists: Seeking Still and Moving Images

Exhibit projected in Brooklyn, NY in May.

Deadline: April 15th, 2011

Full details of the call on my website

Comment by Anabela Kim on September 2, 2010 at 6:19pm

Celebrating its 12th year, the NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL is open for submissions from innovative filmmakers and artists from around the world, who specialize in the exploration of body, dance, and movement through the medium of film and video. All movement-based genres are accepted, such as videodance, animation and documentary.

Selected films will be showcased in a special program focused on dance and will also be eligible for Jury, Audience, and Festival Awards. Please take advantage of this grand opportunity to screen your work in front of thousands of film fans and industry professionals!

The Festival will be running from April 28 to May 5, 2011 and screened in Newport Beach, CA.

For more information on our festival and the submissions process, please visit our official website:
or submit now using this link:

Early Deadline - October 22, 2010
Thanksgiving Special - November 19, 2010
Standard Deadline - December 17, 2010
Final Deadline - January 24, 2011


Comment by JP on August 26, 2010 at 4:49pm
Here's your chance to take part in the creative process of Movement of the People Dance Company. Please join us in our online global survey!

We are looking to compile information for an upcoming piece of choreography. The two question survey is for women of all ages from all corners of the globe, and takes no more than 5 minutes to complete. Answers will be kept completely confidential. This piece is intended to be both an exploration of womanhood and a therapeutic process for all of those involved.

For more information and to participate in the survey please visit the following link to our website:

If you are unable to access the link above please go to our website: and click on the tab titled "CREATE with the PEOPLE."

Please also feel free to forward this information to other women who might be interested in participating. Thank you in advance for your participation in our creative endeavors.

*Survey available in Portuguese and Spanish
***Survey will be available in French, shortly...

~Movement of the People Dance Company
Comment by Onur Topal Sumer on August 18, 2010 at 6:18pm
Call for Submissions !
Comment by SideBySide art center on March 17, 2010 at 8:13am
Call for proposals: At the 6th international internet dance festival SideBySide-net 2010, artists get the unique opportunity to present their work on an interdisciplinary and intercultural platform and to a broad international audience for a longer period of time. The audience’s favourite artists (watch&vote-principle) receive prizes summing up to 3.000 Euro.

Crucial criteria for nominations are the quality of dance, an individual style, and an innovative realisation of an interesting topic. Application forms can be downloaded at Application deadline: June 15th 2010. The postmark’s date is relevant.
Comment by Marysia Stoklosa on November 17, 2009 at 7:25am
I am a choreographer and I am looking for a collaborator: video artist or film-maker experienced in working with dance, based in Europe.
The project involves 70 musicians, 15 dancers and life video on stage. Production in Poland March-May 2010. 10 performances throughout Poland and during the Expo in Shanghai (May 2010).

Please contact me for more details
Marysia Stoklosa

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