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

 

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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.

OPEN CALL EXTENDED. 2018.

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(CONVOCATORIA ABIERTA EN ESPAÑOL: AQUÍ)

OPEN CALL EXTENDED

From May 18th until August 10th, 2018.

Open call addressed to those artists who create:

* Screendance or dance films

* Audiovisuals

* Experimental Films and videos

* Live Screendance Performance by long distance video-call

 

With audiovisual reflections on PHILOSOPHY, SOCIETY, LITERATURE.

Awards: National And International Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO.

Rules and terms: here

 

Register your film in this link:

 

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MEXICO CITY

A window to MOV en MOV gallery

MeM#5 —16) Monique’s (Francesca Penzani. Italia-Estados Unidos.) 9:56 min. from Movimiento en Movimiento on Vimeo.

More information here.

Moving Southwark from Moving Cities Project on Vimeo.

MeM#5 —11) Moving Southwark (Jevan Chowdhury. Reino Unido.) 5:29 min.

More information here.

UMBA from Fabien Coupez on Vimeo.

MeM#4 —2) UMBA (Fabien Coupez. France.) 14:41 min.

More information here.

*PERMANENT GALLERY HERE.