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Dance On Screen Festival Partner 2018

This Year we will show a total of 34 Films, have the DANCE ON SCREEN AWARD ‚BEST FILM‘ which will be selected by an international jury and the DANCE ON SCREEN Audience AWARD! 6 of our films come from our cooperation partner ‚Szerpentin Dance Film Festival Budapest‘, 3 Films come from our cooperation partner ‚SET.mefree Venice/London‘.

Thanks to all our Supporters and Cooperation Partners 2018!

Dance On Screen is supported by: Stadt Graz Kultur & Land Steiermark Kultur, Europa, Außenbeziehungen
Dance On Screen Best Film Award is supported by: die ORGANISATION Graz
Dance On Screen Audience Award is supported by: 2B functional fruit drinks
Szerpentin Cooperation supported by: Parallel Foundation & 25nka Nemzeti Kulturalis Alap
SET.mefree Cooperation supported by: VeNe & futuremellon

Dance On Screen Festivalpartner-2018

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Dance On Screen Artists 2018

Grafik: Luca Morganti

Mit Freude blicken wir den Filmen der Dance On Screen Artists 2018 entgegen:

Aliki Chiotaki (GRE), Allison Beda (CA), Ana Luz Bullon (ESP), Annabella Lenzu (USA), Augenblick (IT), César Brodermannn (USA), Dagmar Dachauer (AT), Attila Damokos (HU), Denislav Kanev (DE), Gianpaolo Bigoli/Francesca Ruggerini (IT), Jan Vesala/Antoinette Helbing (DK), Jordan James Bridge (GBR), Daša Grgič/Luca Quaia (IT), Marcell Andristyák (HU), Marta Renzi (USA), Tóth Mátyás/Csilla Nagy (HU), Melissa Priske (HU), Michele Manzini (IT), Mitchell Rose (USA), Nathan Smith/Max Pollard (AUS/JP), Nicola Hepp (NL), Nicole Seiler (CH), Roswitha Chesher (GBR), Salvatore Insana (IT), Sasha Diga (GRE), Réka Szabó (HU), Taneli Törmä (DK), Viktor Horváth (HU), Vito Alfarano (IT), Viviane Frehner (AUS), Zachary Chant/Denislav Kanev (DE)

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SENESCENCE – REAL-TIME GENERATIVE VISUALIZATION FOR DANCE PERFORMANCE

SENESCENE is a real-time generative visualization for dance performance in cooperation with the Rhine-Waal University Of Applied Sciences / Kamp-Lintfort (GER) using Motion Capture Technology.

visual arts: Doaa Darwish
visual arts supervisor. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ido Iurgel
choreography: Valentina Moar
dance: Lihito Kamiya

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DANCE ON SCREEN Festival (2nd Ed. 2017)

Graphics: LucaMorganti(https://morgantiluca.com/) – Photo: Philippe Ariagno

Graphics: Luca Morganti – Photo: Philippe Ariagno

 

DANCE ON SCREEN in its second edition presents dance short-films made by artists from all over the world, that highlight the immediacy of the dance and the movement through the intimacy of the eye’s camera.

Through an international call, the festival selected 17 films from artists coming from 12 different countries and 4 continents: Italy, Norway, Austria, Greece, France, Belgium, Great Britain, Holland, Brazil, Mexico, Usa, Philippines.