"Cinedanza Festival" is the first edition of an International Screendance Contest and Festival. It'll take place in Modena (October 26th + 27th) and is organized by Drama Teatro, Supercinema Estivo and La Ribalta.

The aim of "Cinedanza Festival" is to promote screendance in Italy through a competition and a two-days-festival. You'll see films from all over the world and talk with dancers, choreographers, directors, video-makers and artists from Italy and Europe.
Lectures, meetings, screenings and much more!

Cinedanza Festival wants to become a point of reference for Italian artists and not only, a festival in which to deepen the videodance and the related arts.

The Cinedanza Festival Awards will be assigned by an international jury.

1st price: 800€ + screening at Supercinema Estivo Modena

2nd price: 5 days at Laboratorio Urbano Aperto using Tilt Brush technology + screening at Supercinema Estivo Modena

3rd price: screening at Supercinema Estivo Modena

- All Films must be submitted to the Cinedanza Festival by 26th August 2019

- The films will undergo a pre-selection by an artistic committee. The organization will notify the results to the participants by 23rd September 2019.

- Maximum film length is 10 minutes

- The films have to be subtitled in italian or english


> The jury <
-- John Duncan, cross-media artist, considered one of the greatest interpreters of artistic experimentation in recent decades.
-- Dorin Mihai, photojournalist since 2011, in 2014 the meeting with the choreographer Claudio Gasparotto brings him closer to dance and stage photography, with an assiduous and permanent collaboration.
-- Esmeralda Calabria, director and film editor (David di Donatello for "Habemus Papam") has worked in more than 40 films from 1993 untill today.

By submitting your work to this festival, you give permission for us to screen the film at our official venue and to use your posters/trailers/marketing materials for the promotion of the festival.
Each author is responsible for the content of the submitted work and claims to be the owner of all rights (direct and indirect) of the work.