MOV EN MOV #9

International Screendance Festival Movimiento en Movimiento # 9

“Body Identity”

From October 19 to November 7, 2020.

ON-LINE

You can see all programs and pieces on:

bit.ly/movenmov-en-ccd

(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

DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM

http://bit.ly/programamovenmov9

FREE EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

Each program has 3 LIVE EVENTS:

DAY 1Comments 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)

INTERNATIONAL AWARD

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.

See and read the magazine here:

bit.ly/movenmov-revista2020

And see, read and listen to the interview to 60 different choreographers, philosophers, audiovisual makers, writers and move, about IDENTITY, CORPORALITY AND MEDIA, with written and audiovisual answers. TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH AND SPANISH: bit.ly/IdentidadMeM

DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM HERE

Remember, you can see all events and films in:

bit.ly/movenmov-en-ccd

Which is the virtual venue on CENTRO DE CULTURA DIGITAL. MEXICO CITY

Permanent GALLERY

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MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO: in this link you can see ALL THE VIDEOS.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #1.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #2.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #3.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #4.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #5.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #6.

Complete videos here: MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #7.

 

Films and videos from MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #6 are PENDING to be uploaded to the PERMANENT GALLERY.

And Films and videos from MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #7 will be uploaded in different sections and groups to the PERMANENT GALLERY.

…everything will be complete is COMING SOON…

Mov en Mov Awards 2020

International Screendance Festival Movimiento en Movimiento #9

“Body Identity”

We announce and congratulate the winners of our 3 awards in this edition:

National Screendance Award Mov en Mov, 2020.

International Screendance Award Mov en Mov, 2020.

MOV EN MOV-REDIV Award.

See all winners and details here.

Mov en Mov award jury for the national (Mexico) and international awards are: Alessandra Pisu (Italy), Regina Levy (Brazil) and Elise Schonhowd (Norway) and, in a single vote, the curators of Mov en Mov. Find more information about the jury here.

MOV EN MOV-REDIV Award.

This award is given in complicity with Red Iberoamericana de Videodanza (REDIV). It is awarded equally to three films by Ibero-American creators, in three categories. The jury and active women-members of REDIV are: Regina Levy (Brazil) y María Fernanda Vallejos (Argentina) y Yolanda M. Guadarrama (Mexico). Find more information about the jury here.

TODAY in Mov en Mov 9

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO festival contains 6 programs this year, it has started on October 19th, there are still some programs to watch and you can find the opening and previous programs …:

Celebration: October 19th to November 7th.

Today, DAY 2

Of the program: PREMIO MOV EN MOV (MOV EN MOV AWARD)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. 12 to 20 hrs.

(MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC/GMT -5 hrs.) (19 to —next day—03 hrs. CEST)

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 can enter the events and see the films on:

bit.ly/movenmov-en-ccd

FREE PROGRAM. NO REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

YESTERDAY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6th. 18 to 19:00 hrs.

(MEXICO TIME ZONE: UTC / GMT -5 hrs.) (Next day – 01 hrs. CEST)

DAY 1

Of the program: PREMIO MOV EN MOV (MOV EN MOV AWARD)

VIVO-STREAMING

FINALISTS AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS

NATIONAL and INTERNATIONAL MOV EN MOV AWARD. AND MOV EN MOV-REDIV AWARD.

Awards ceremony with the 6 finalists and nominated works; and also, announcement of the Iberoamerican Screendance Network (REDIV) Award in complicity with Mov en Mov, given to the Ibero-American films.

-Ceremony by: Lucitzel Pedrozo, Yolanda M. Guadarrama, Nayeli Benhumea and Fernanda Vallejos; invited creators.

-OPEN CHAT for public.

JURY of Mov en Mov award: Alessandra Pisu (Italy), Regina Levy (Brazil) and Elise Schonhowd (Norway) and, in a single vote, the curators of Mov en Mov.

Learn about them here

JURY of the MOV EN MOV-REDIV AWARD: Regina Levy (Brazil), María Fernanda Vallejos (Argentina) and Yolanda M. Guadarrama (MX).

Learn about them here

Winner films:

1st National Award, and MOV EN MOV-REDIV Award:

– El caleidoscopio del eterno ahora, Laura Luna Castillo. México. 6’49’’

2nd National Award, and MOV EN MOV-REDIV Award:

– Híbrida at Zoom, Ana Patricia Farfán Briseño. México. 13’11

3rd National Award:

– Coreografías de la información II, Carmen Ixchel Maya. México. 5’51’’

1st International Award, and MOV EN MOV-REDIV Award:

– Recepción Lunar, Jorge Alcolea. Ecuador-Cuba. 15’56’’

2nd International Award:

– La Herencia Invisible, Martina Faux Marambio. Argentina. 8’04’’

3rd International Award:

– Lazarus, Tuixén Benet. España. 8’34’’ 

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Soon we’ll publish the call for face-to-face workshops for March, 2021, and possible face-to-face events.

Thanks to all the participants, accomplices, juries and all those who support us from various regions and fields.

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Link for events and films on our digital venue, CCD:

bit.ly/movenmov-en-ccd

And you can also see the events in our YouTube channel:

http://bit.ly/canal-youtube-movenmov

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FINALLY, YOU CAN SEE HERE

THE ANSWERS TO THE INTERVIEW WITH 60 CREATORS, PHILOSOPHERS, LITERATES, DOCTORS, AND:

Inquiries: Identity-Corporality-Media

Yolanda M. Guadarrama

Click in the cover to read the complete interview in English.

And here the link, just if something goes wrong:

bit.ly/IdentidadMeM

Read complete magazine: Mov en Mov revista 200, in Spanish:

bit.ly/movenmov-revista2020

OFFICIAL SELECTION 2020

SELECTED WORKS.

– Untitled, Sumedha Bhattacharyya. India

– Lazarus, Tuixén Benet. USA

– Fish, Russell Morton, Max Kin-wai LEE. Hong Kong

– Dont Know What, Thomas Renoldner. Austria

– Suspended Motion, Sima Gonsai. UK

– Reasonable Adjustments, Anna Macdonald. UK

– Dark Islanders, Timo Menke, Joel Hurlburt. Sweden

– Mcstudio52, Manolo Campoamor. España

– The Case Against Dance-Film: a disemPowerpoint, Mitchell Rose. USA

– Voices, Kirstin Burckhardt, Brenda I. Steinecke Soto. COLOMBIA

– Stay if You Can / Go If You Must, Elysa Wendi. Hong Kong

– Soft Teeth, Zahra Shahab. Canadá

– AKA, Dorothée Murail. Francia

– The last children, FuLe. Francia

– Lunar Receiving, Jorge Alcolea. Ecuador

– The Invisible Inheritance, Martina Faux Marambio. Argentina

– Chapter 5, Rodrigo Rocha-Campos. Brazil-Canadá

– Entre ojos, Stephanie Sherman, Michal Hall Bravo Ramírez, Melissa Castro. México

– Coreografías de la información II, Carmen Ixchel Maya. México

– The kaleidoscope of the eternal now, Laura Luna Castillo, Laura Luna Castillo. México

– Sueño Xochiac, Racso Sami Cabrera Hernandez. México

– Wuuac, Alfredo Madrigal. México

– Taboo, Vianney Rodríguez Jiménez. México

– Infectum, Daniel Valdez Puertos. México

– HÍBRIDA AT ZOOM, ANA PATRICIA FARFÁN BRISEÑO. México

– Fragmento ColOZio, Artemio Narro. México.

Open Call 2020

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OPEN CALL 2020

EXTENDED to August 30th.

 

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

* Audiovisuals

* 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.

See rules and terms: here

Movimiento en Movimiento #8

Trailer Movimiento en Movimiento 8 from Movimiento en Movimiento on Vimeo.

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 give 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.

WINNERS:

INTERNATIONAL AWARD

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FIRST PLACE: Initiation, Iwona Pasińska. Polonia. 18’

SECOND PLACE: Uphold (from below), Cherie Sampson. USA. 16’02’’

THIRD PLACE: The Indexical Dance-a-Thon!, Evann Siebens. Canadá. 5’15’’

HONOARY MENTIONS:

Wanderer, Peng Hsiao-yin, Chen Yan-hong. Taiwán. 12’55’’

Naked Eye, Reka Szucs. Hungría. 3’10’’

1958 Delivery. Elysa Wendi. Hong Kong. 14’48’’

BOOKANIMA: Dance, Shon Kim. República de Korea. 7’31’’

SEE MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE AWARD here.

 

NATIONAL AWARD

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FIRST PLACE: Extractos de “Una Vida Quieta” (N.1), Emilio Bassail. México. 8’43’’

SECOND PLACE: C L E A R – Genesis, Diego Ortega. México. 3’

THIRD PLACE: Metamorfosis, Luis Camey Torres. México. 13’20’’

HONORARY MENTIONS:

El ciclo del viento, Josue Hermes y Ana del Aire. México. 3’13’’

Las aves se reúnen en tu interior, Sonia Gil Ibáñez, Marianela Ponce. México. 5’

Excessive Bodies – Absent Bodies, Stéphanie Janaina. México.1’53’’

Y., Adrian Regnier Chávez. México. 5’

SEE MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE AWARD here.

 

CUNNINGHAM

We present 4 thematic diagonals entitled Merce Cunningham Centennial: the elementary, the unpredictable, the unexpected.

Here the direct information from Cunninghan Trust

WE ARE PROUDLY PART OF REDIV. Red Iberoamericana de Videodanza.

Check out the Official Selection, the program and more details in Mov in Mov revista 2019:

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Download Mov en Mov revista 2019 here.

See the magazine in FLIPBOOK here

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OUR POSTER, OUR SUBTITLE FOR THIS EDITION:

“A provocation from the passivity and emptiness of the image”

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Official Selection 2019

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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.

Open CALL, 2019

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International Screendance Festival

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO # 8

OPEN CALL 2019

From May 1st , EXTENDED DEADLINE to August 25th.

DESCRIPTION

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.

RULES AND TERMNS: here

 

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #7 Awards

During the 7th edition of the INTERNATIONAL SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO, in 2018, 2 awards were given:

  • National Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO
  • International Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO

 

The first places were worth an economic stimulus of 1000 dollars for the continuation of their artistic career.

WINNERS:

  • National Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO:

First place: Doublevision (Benito González. Mexico.)1N_MOVENMOV PREMIO Benito NACIONAL

Second place: Sin Titulo, Sub Título (Antonio Arango. Mexico.)

Third place: Golem (Diego Chacón, Alexander Dluzalt, Ernesto Zavala y Carmen Ixchel Maya. Mexico.)

Honorary mention: El libro de la leche (Alfredo Salomón y Alejandra Alarcón. Mexico.)

Honorary mention: Exige otro t i e m p o (Dalia Ju. Mexico.)

Jury: Anna Macdonald, Andrea Keiz and a vote by Movimiento en Movimiento.

 

  • International Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO:

First place: This Dance Has No End (Fenia Kotsopoulou. Greece.)1int_MOVENMOV PREMIO 1 lugar Fenia internacional

Second place: Leer (Thomas Bos. The Netherlands.)

Third place: Emotional Houdini (Allison Beda & Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg. Canada.)

Honorary mention: No more Beautiful Dances (Anabella Lenzu. Argentina.)

Honorary mention: A la Manera de David (Pedro Costa Prohens. Chile.)

Honorary mention: Medium Rare (Luca Cioci. Italy.)

Jury: Anna Macdonald, Alessandra Pisu, and a vote by Movimiento en Movimiento.

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.

The three curators of Movimiento en Movimiento, Yolanda M. Guadarrama, Nayeli Benhumea and Lucitzel Pedrozo, united their votes in one to give weight to the votes of the international juries in the prizes.

DESCRIPTION OF THE WINNING WORKS AND THE NOTES OF THE JURY: click here.

SHORT BIO OF THE JURY: click here.