INTERNATIONAL SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO and its PERMANENT GALLERY are forums to show and collect screendance pieces. THE EDITION NUMBER 9 OF THE FESTIVAL WILL BE CELEBRATED FROM OCTOBE 19 TO NOVEMBER 7, 2020, AT CENTRO DE CULTURA DIGITAL, MEXICO CITY ++++++++++++++++ email: firstname.lastname@example.org ++++++++++++++++++++++PERMANENT GALLERY
(MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC / GMT -5 hrs.) (18 to —next day — 02 hrs. CEST)
Program TREMENDIATAS (TREMENDOUS TEMPER)
Program in continuous LOOP.
Here you can see together both the FILMS of the program and the interviews with the authors, in case you want to sit down and watch them all together with some cyber-popcorns. The entire program is less than 60 minutes.
(YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REGISTER TO SEE THE PROGRAMS AND EVENTS)
Events: Comments to programs, will be in Spanish, but the pieces are universal, I hope you can visit the events and see the films and if you speak Spanish, well you are welcome. Inauguration: MONDAY, OCTOBER 19TH, 18 HRS, MEXICO CITY TIME.
“Mov en Mov are unclassifiable audiovisual expressions that emerge from manifestations around the body, video, cinema, movement and experimentation: videodance, video-art, cinema, animation.
The contents: reflections, humanism, literature, especially philosophy, and at this edition: BODY IDENTITY, plus some tremendous works. Diversity, kaleidoscopic display. “
Mov en Mov will be hosted by the HYPERMEDIAL ZONE platform of the Digital Culture Center, Mexico, with the following ONLINE COMMENTED PROGRAMS:
+ TIME STOPPED. Oct 19
+ TREMENDOUS. Oct 22
+ QUESTIONS WITHOUT ANSWER. Oct 26
+ BODY IDENTITY. Oct 29
+ HUMANITY AND ITS BODY EVIDENCES. Nov 3
+ MOV IN MOV AWARDS. Nov 6
LIVE ONLINE PERFORMANCES:
+ CAMERAS OF THE COLLAPSED EGO, Nayeli Benhumea. Oct 19
+ CORPORALITY IN AND OFF, Movement Collective. Oct 29
DAY 1–Comments on the works by experts-critics-artists. 18 hrs (MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC / GMT -5 hrs.) ( Next day — 01 hrs. CEST)
DAY 2-Repetition of the event, with open chat to talk with authors. 11 am (MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC / GMT -5 hrs.) (18 hrs. CEST)
DAY 3-Loop of the complete program with brief interviews to creators. 12 a 20 hrs. (MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC / GMT -5 hrs.) (18 to —next day — 02 hrs. CEST)
We will have face-to-face WORKSHOPS in 2021, if the situation let us do it, in other case, they will be online …
We are starting the celebration, then!
AND MOV EN MOV AWARDS EVENT AND PROGRAM WITH FINALIST FILMS, AND:
NATIONAL AWARD (MEXICO)
MOVENMOV-REDIV AWARD (IBEROAMERICAN FILMS)
We also share Mov in Mov magazine 2020
With texts on videodance, art, movement and others. Writers: Guillermo Fadanelli, Minory León, Karina Sosa and the curators of the festival. There is a Maya Deren translation and an interview on CORPORAL IDENTITY. In addition to the festival program.
We open this call in a disturbed global environment by anti-COVID-19 strategies, we trust we’ll be able to celebrate the festival in October, since we have support by Centro de Cultura Digital and Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes in Mexico City. Movimiento en Movimiento is a live-face-to-face festival and a virtual festival at the same time, we will make the necessary adjustments for this edition. Thus, we continue with our battle cry despite the present adverse condition: Creating dependencies and addictions to screendance. We also suggest stay safe and let art go on at the same time.
Movimiento en Movimiento is interested in audiovisual productions that might be considered as screendance, dance film or videodance, with reflections in its narrative, meanings, body and audiovisual media, and related with PHILOSOPHY, SOCIETY and LITERATURE. These productions might include or exclude the human body.
Call addressed to artists who create:
* Screendance or dance films
* Experimental Films and Videos
* Live Screendance Performance by long distance video-call
This is the third year that the festival awards prizes to the best productions of the official selection: a national and an international award.
We release here Movimiento en Movimiento 8th edition PROGRAM.
How to make sense of the many images that shape our perception of reality? How to resist its influence of consumption and vacuum?: From what perspective can we do it?: With the experimentation of the audiovisual expressions and the discourses that ley us approach philosophy, literature, humanities …
The eighth edition of Movimiento en Movimiento will be held from October 7 to 27, 2019 with projections and exhibitions of the selected pieces at Centro de Cultura Digital and Museo Universitario del Chopo in Mexico City, and also with presentations of live performances through long-distance video calls, executed by the Mexican: Ludmila Abril and Carmen Ixchel Maya, in addition to a piece by the winner of the INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT AWARD MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO 2018: Fenia Kotsopoulou.
We will deliver the prizes to the best national and international creators, chosen by the juries and international specialists: Susana Temperley (Argentina), Andrea Keiz (Germany), Ella Fiskum (Norway); in collaboration with the team of curators of Movimiento en Movimiento.
We thank all those who registered their work in Movimiento en Movimiento, the projects were carefully considered by our curatorship team: Lucitzel Pedrozo, Nayeli Benhumea and Yolanda M. Guadarrama; The decisions were very difficult to make. Unfortunately we could not include all the magnificent works that we took into consideration in this year’s program; We are forced to make difficult decisions every year.
Once again we thank all submitters having shared their films with us. And we hope everybody allow us see their work again in the future.
MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO
Those who were selected will soon receive an email with the steps to follow to prepare the Festival.
The festival is interested in audiovisual productions that might be considered as screendance, dance film or videodance, with reflections in its narrative, meanings, body and audiovisual media, and related with PHILOSOPHY, SOCIETY and LITERATURE. These productions might include or exclude the human body.
For this edition 200 films were received from 37 different countries during the call. 35 were selected: 25 international (Canada, Iceland, United States, United Kingdom, Argentina, Ireland, Italy, Chile, Brazil, Greece, France, Hungary, Israel, Russia, The Netherlands, Germany) and 10 Mexican films.