RESULTS OF THE CALL, 2017

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO announces the RESULTS of the Call 2017.

We thank all participants who attended to this call.

We received 200 works to be considered. The final decision was very difficult, as several pieces of high quality were left out of the selection because of reasons of space, practical matters, requirements and aesthetic interests of the festival.

The final program will be published quite soon. We are publishing now the list of pieces that were selected through the call. Yolanda M. Guadarrama did the curatorial task based on the festival’s interest spectrum: vinculum between screendance and literature, philosophy, humanist reflection, solid and emotional conceptual meanings; besides it looks for pieces that dare to risk further; and also it looks some specific features in the interdiscipline field: visual richness, audiovisual language development, clarity of content and choreography in harmony with the piece.

SELECTION

“Black Prisma”, Aliki Chiostaki, Grecia.
“After Mrs. Mills”, Anna Macdonald, UK.
“Recydle Project”, Hsiao-yin Peng, Taiwan.
“We no longer wait for the Barbarians”, Alain El Sakhawi, Francia.
“Pellejo”, Federico M. Panizza, Argentina.
“Omar”, Virginia García y Damián Muñoz, España.
“Kiujefna”, Cristian Valle Celedón, Chile.
“Composición X1328”, Elia Shewionkova, Rusia.
“Divergentes”, Carmen Ixchel Maya, México.
“The Earth Will Come”, Katelyn Stiles, USA.
“Unsettling Green”, Gustavo Monteiro & Francesca Perrucci, Portugal-Italia.
“A Chicken”, Eduardo Ferreira Silva, Brasil.
“Moral Cleanse”, Diane Busuttil, Australia.
“Body/Bag”, Mark Freeman, USA.

“2-28”, Florent Schwartz, Francia.

“Proclamation”, John Scott & Jason Akira Somma, Irlanda.
“Dynamic Biography”, Helge-Björn Meyer & Katja Richter, Alemania.
“Open”, Leïla Bergougnoux & Magali Benvenuti, Francia.
“Not with a Bang”, Alessandro Amaducci, Italia.
“Engler Over Toten”, Ella Fiskum, Noruega.
“SEPHER SEPHIROTH”, Manolo Campoamor, España.
“Serie Ripples del Cinema”, Thomas Tepepunk, México.
“Primer Movimiento”, Octavio Iturbe, México.
“Agnus Dei”, Réka Szücks, Hungría.
“Telepresence: An experimental performance for (live) camera”,

Fenia Kotsopoulou & Daz Disley, Grecia-UK.

“Pelos 1”, Edwarda Gurrola, México.
“Te amo tanto”, Anajosé Aldrete, México.

Please, send selected pieces, to email movenmov@gmail.com in HD, a format for Quick Time, by one of the next platforms:

1) DROPBOX

2) GOOGLE DRIVE

3) Or through the free platform:   http://www.filemail.com/

The dates to receive the files are from October 6th to 16th, 2017.

We’ll contact you to agree in the videointerviews schedule.

 

With great excitement!

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO

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OPEN CALL

 

International Screendance Festival

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #6

 

RESULTS DELAYED

 

WE WILL ANNOUNCE THE RESULTS OF THIS CALL ON OCTOBER 2nd, 2017. THE INVOLUNTARY DELAY OF THE SELECTION IS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE RECENT STRONG EARTHQUAKE IN MEXICO CITY. WE APOLOGIZE, AND HOPE TO ACCOMPLISH OUR PLANS WITHOUT MORE IMPEDIMENTS.

 

OPEN CALL

From July 19th to September 15th, 2017.

 

We invite screendance creators and audiovisual creators —audiovisual and film makers who produce hybrid art with movement and choreography of objects or bodies— to register their films to be included in the 6th Edition of the International Screendance Festival Movimiento en Movimiento, which will be held at Centro de Cultura Digital, Mexico City, on November 23th, 24th and 25th, 2017.

 

-We conceive screendance as a mixture of the art of dance and choreography with the audiovisual arts. You can register SCREENDANCE FILMS and AUDIOVISUAL EXPERIMENTAL ART.

-Films duration: from 1 to 15 minutes

-Documentation of stage pieces are not accepted, only in the case that they have been adapted.

 

We also invite creators to purpose a LIVE LONG DISTANCE SCREENDANCE PERFORMANCE to be transmitted by a long distance call, by computer.

 

Results will be published in our website on September 25th, 2017.

 

Competition rules: SUBMISSION RULES 2017

Contact: movenmov@gmail.com

 

 

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Program MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #5

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International Screendance Festival

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #5

“Audiovisual polygraphs”

Movimiento en Movimiento returns, it will take place in Mexico City at Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros. The festival offers two programs of 2 hours, containing 24 screendance pieces worthy of attention. Looking for possibilities between narrative, strong meanings, dance and audiovisual media, Movimiento en Movimiento’s main objective is to combine a series of exceptional works to disseminate the videodanza genre, the relationship between cinema and movement, between cinema and choreography of dancers or images or objects. Authors of 14 nationalities are shown together: Greece, Netherlands, Ecuador, Colombia, United States, Norway, Hungary, United Kingdom, Brazil, France, Italy, Israel, Finland and Mexico.

Movimiento en Movimiento: creating addictions and dependences to screendance.

 

PROGRAM

Thursday, November 24th

(1:30 hours plus intermediate 2 minutes interviews to creators.)

1) Itinerarios (Fenia Kotsopoulou. Greece.) 3:15 min.

2) Sink or Swim (Michiel Vaanhold. Netherlands.) 10 min.

3) Cobweb (Talía Falconi. Ecuador.) 8 min.

4) El Otro (Viviana Ariza y Felipe Rodríguez. Colombia.) 6:37 min.

5) Exquisite Corps (Mitchell Rose. USA.) 4:59 min.

6) Songs of the Underworld (Nicola Hepp. Sweden.) 5:50 min.

7) Terraza (Benito González. Mexico.) 3:54 min.

8) Salt (Maria Lloyd. Norway.) 11:30 min.

9) Holding Nostalgia (Paulina Ruiz Carballido. Mexico.) 8:47 min.

10) Handke (Reka Szucs. Hungary.) 18:42 min.

11) Moving Southwark (Jevan Chowdhury. UK.) 5:29 min.

12) Hole —beautiful days (Emilie Morin. Canada.) 13 min.

 

Friday, November 25th

(1:30 hours plus intermediate 2 minutes interviews to creators)

13) Blueberry Cupcakes (Melina Curi. Brazil.) 5:30 min.

14) Persistanz (Juan Carlos Gallego Gil. Colombia.) 6:36 min.

15) La Magnitude Humain (Florent Schwartz. France.) 10:50 min.

16) Monique’s (Francesca Penzani. Italy-USA.) 9:56 min.

17) Four Stages of Collapse (John Williams. USA.) 9:30 min.

18) Scratch (Vicky Vasilopoulou. Greece.) 10:56 min.

19) Migration (Daphna Mero. Israel.) 13:31 min.

20) De Cara al Cielo (Dixon Quitian y Soraya Vargas. Colombia.) 7:23 min.

21) Objects in mirror are closer than they appear (Jukka Rajala Granstubb y Abraham Lezama. Finlandia, Mexico.) 15 min.

22) Hemisferios perdidos (Yolanda M. Guadarrama. Mexico.) 5 min.

23) Orb / Orbe (Kristin Reger y Gella Zefira. USA.) 4:20 min.

24) El Triángulo Perfecto (Miguel Calderón. Mexico.) 4:05 min.

 

 

Free entrance-Complimentary cocktail

Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros (http://saps-latallera.org/)

Tres Picos 29,  Polanco
CP 11560 México DF

 

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Trailer MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #4


Forth International Videodance Screening

MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO #4

“The Fall in the Body”

NEXT OCTOBER 14th

The present age leads us down paths of increasingly complex reflection. Where are we going? The works to be presented show us some ways these reflections can suggest through this hybrid art: videodance.
The eleven videodance pieces to be shown on this occasion will bring us back to the human body, in most cases, affected by some of the affections of the fall of the Being.
Eleven works of dance, of movement, built by the hybrid mix: audiovisual language and dance, film and dance, adding all the multiple elements that these two geners can contain: technology, theater, music, thinking …
This fourth edition features the work of ten international artists (Italy, France, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Norway, Netherlands, Germany). We’ll see: Examples of how we can walk to the inevitable death; Personal conditions because of technology; mirrors of spontaneous movement, almost animal movements; an obscene body in its concrete existence; water and body monographs; the myth of Sisyphus illustrated by human fragility; the desire of disappearing; sadistic and modern Little Red Riding Hood; the swan of the story Swan Lake being shown very tired and almost in fire; and a series of deeply absurd women: insane femininity?
After the screening of the dance films, interviews to all the authors of the films where they tell us about their creative experience, will be shown in monitors around the projection room.
The week after the screening, most of the videos will be shown in MOVIMIENTO EN MOVIMIENTO permanent gallery on the web: https://movimientoenmovimiento.wordpress.com/

PROGRAM