Open Call 2022

We open this call in a global environment of prolonged pandemic, so we want to continue supporting and launching artistic proposals in-person and virtually. So the festival will be held in September in a mixed way, face-to-face (if sanitary measures allow it) and virtual.

Movimiento en Movimiento continues, from now on, every two years, we move to the biennial modality, with our battle cry:

Creating dependencies and addictions to screendance.

Movimiento en Movimiento is interested in audiovisual productions that might be considered as screendance, dance film or videodance, with deep reflections through its narrative, meanings, body and audiovisual media, which imply speculations in the following fields of study: PHILOSOPHY, SOCIETY and LITERATURE. These productions may include or exclude the human body.

Call addressed to artists who create:

* Screendance or dance films

* Experimental Films and Videos

* Live Screendance Performance by video call

The tenth edition is entitled LIQUID BODY, looking for works that question the limits of any of the various definitions of “body”. However, works of diverse themes will be chosen.

This is the fourth year that the festival awards prizes to the best productions of the official selection: a national and an international award.

The tenth edition of Movimiento en Movimiento will be held in September 2022 with screenings and exhibitions of the selected pieces, as well as live performance presentations through video calls. All the selected pieces will be part of the festival’s web archive in the GALLERY PERMANENT**, which is formed a few months after the celebration. (**Creators can choose to authorize only excerpts of their work for this gallery). During the festival there will be two screendance laboratories for the screen.

Click here to see the rules and register your films on FilmFreeway.

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