Jury 2019

During the 8th edition of the INTERNATIONAL SCREENDANCE FESTIVAL MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO, in 2019, 2 awards were given:

  • National Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO, 2019.
  • International Screendance Award MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO, 2019.


Susana Temperly


Temperley is an Specialist in Critic and Divulgation of the Arts (UNA/National University of the Arts), as well as in Analysis of Choreographic Production (UNLP/National University of La Plata), and Licentiate in Social Communication (UBA/National University of Buenos Aires)). Since 2007 is a Professor in Semiotics and Theory of Communication, as well as in Semiotics of the Arts at the Arts Criticism Area (UNA).

For the last decade, she is dedicated to study the relationship between dance and technology and their problematics around contemporary art languages. She has published articles about this topic in Argentinean and international media. Temperley is author of the book Videodanza, Complejidad y Periferia. Hacia una plataforma de análisis de la danza en interacción con la tecnología (Screendance, Complexity And Periphery. Towards a Platform for Analysis of Dance in Interaction with Technology, 2017, RGC, Buenos Aires) and and Co-compiler of the book Terpsícore en Ceros y Unos. Ensayos de Videodanza (Terpsichore in zeros and ones. Videodance Essays, 2010, Guadalquivir, Buenos Aires).

Andrea Keiz


Andrea Keiz is an educated biologist and teacher for dance improvisation.
Since 2000 she’s been working as a freelance artist in the field of video documentation of performing arts. Besides filming and editing, she is advising students in documentation, camera work and archiving in several dance programs in Germany as well as offering workshops in video//dance and perception. www.andrekeiz.de


Ella Fiskum hails from Trondheim, Norway. She was educated at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts, under Natalia Papina in St. Petersburg, and at The John Cranko Schule in Stuttgart. After working extensively as a contemporary dancer, she founded Ella Fiskum Danz working both as a choreographer, dancer, director, writer, and producer. With 28 years of experience, producing over 17 full length stage productions and 11 films, she has received international awards and toured the world. In 2012 Fiskum relocated to a farm outside of Oslo for the purpose of building up R.E.D. – an International Centre for the Arts, with an Art Residency Program, and a production house for film and dance, which she is running. R.E.D. became a Regional Competence Center for Dance in 2018. She received the Vestre Toten Culture Prize in 2019. Fiskum founded the annual film festival RIFF in 2015.



Lucitzel Pedrozo
Master of Visual Arts at the UNAM. Video maker, producer, researcher, iconographer and editor. As a maker she developed more than 50 productions among TV series, capsules and documentaries Unam (2007-2013). As a film maker, in recent years, she has investigated the possibilities of Butoh dance in videodance and its application in different disciplines such as animation and video installation. She has also developed editorial projects such as the Abul Abbas publication and as a columnist for the art section of the Más Claro magazine. As a researcher, she was invited to the VideodanzaBA Festival in Buenos Aires to a workshop of Douglas Rosenberg in 2013; In 2015, she carried out a research residency on video installation at the UPV; and in 2017 he was a lecturer at the VII University Colloquium on Cinematographic Analysis “Cinema in the Expanded Field” held at MUAC.


Nayeli Benhumea
“I research and write about videodance, feminism and body, drawing and dancing. I am interested in the search of myself through the camera-body bond and its various ways of relating; It is through this exploration that I try to observe myself, discover myself, recognize myself and find myself in my own experience. Currently I take this exploration to various manifestations such as writing, drawing and performance as fields of political action, to question the notions of the feminine, love, desire, eroticism and violence in women’s bodies. I studied the Master of Visual Arts at UNAM, I am currently writing my thesis on the idea of ​​inhabiting videodance; I hold a dgree in Graphic Communication Design from UAM-A; I did the Specialty in Dancing Creation at the CICO, INBA. I wrote together with Hayde Lachino the book Videodance: From the scene to the screen. My work has been shown at international festivals. I am a professor of Video Art and Researcher of Artistic Projects in the Faculty of Arts, UAEMEX; I work as an independent editorial designer, I collaborate with the Department of Evaluation in Time, CyAD, UAM-A, and with independent artists.”


Yolanda M. Guadarrama

Yolanda M. Guadarrama is the director of Movimiento en Movimiento, she already has several years of experience in the field of screendance. She made her first screendance work in 1994. He has been a Screendance for LIFF festival in England. Now she is completely dedicated to the creation and diffusion of this artistic genre, writing texts, teaching courses, making her own creations and promoting the festival that she directs. She has been curating RIFF festival (R.E.D. International Film Festival) in Norway for 4 years. She has also been editor and founder of Revista y Editorial MOHO, together with Guillermo Fadanelli. Among her screendance creations she has got 11 pieces, several of them have been shown at international festivals. His two awarded pieces are: Ailing Animal, Honorary Mention in Agite and Sirva, Mexico 2015; Potato Eaters, Best experimental film, Eurasia International Festival, Moscow, June 2018.  https://www.yolandamguadarrama.com/