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San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2020

San Francisco Dance Film Festival 2020

Company:

San Francisco Dance Film Festival

Location:

Online

Dates:

Sunday, October 18, 2020 - 12:00pm daily through October 25, 2020

Tickets:

https://www.sfdancefilmfest.org/2020-festival-programs/

Company:
San Francisco Dance Film Festival

San Francisco Dance Film Festival is delighted to welcome global audiences to its 11th annual festival, with all of its 12 programs available to stream on Marquee TV. The festival’s six feature length works include Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young’s critically acclaimed dance theatre work Revisor and documentaries on American showbiz legends Maurice Hines and Gwen Verdon. Six engaging and provocative shorts programs round out the program, including SFDFF’s third edition of Raising Voices, a collection of dance films exploring racial and social justice issues.

In addition to its films, SFDFF will host a wide range of virtual programming, celebrating its diverse group of filmmakers and investigating the many forms of screendance. Four talks will be made available to the public in advance of the festival opening, including a fascinating discussion on creating choreography to spoken word in REVISOR with director Jonathon Young and dancer Tiffany Tregarthen. The festival then kicks off on Sunday October 18 with a live-streamed red carpet opening, featuring international filmmakers and celebrity guests. Additional bonus content for attendees during the run of the festival includes live-streamed celebrations with mixologists and DJs and several Q&As with festival filmmakers. 

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