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DANCE ON SCREEN FESTIVAL: AWARDS

We are proud to announce the AWARDED FILMS of Dance on Screen 2018!!

Our international jury
Sarah Taylor-maître de ballet, choreographer and dancer
Gabor Pinter-artistic director of Szerpentin Dance Film Festival Budapest and Parallel Art Foundation
Stefan Schmid-filmmaker and head of AVBaby Studios Graz
decided unanimously for:

DANCE ON SCREEN BEST FILM AWARD 2018:
„INTANGOUT“ Vito Alfarano – Italy

SPECIAL MENTION ‚ORIGINAL IDEA‘:
„AMAUROS“ Nicole Seiler – Switzerland

SPECIAL MENTION ’60 SECONDS CATEGORY‘:
„THE DOUBLE“ – Nicola Hepp – Holland

For the first time, this Festival’s third edition let the audience vote for its favorite film!
Surprisingly there are two equal winner films:

DANCE ON SCREEN AUDIENCE AWARD 2018: „MOURNING“ Réka Szabó – Ungarn

DANCE ON SCREEN AUDIENCE AWARD 2018: „GOGI“ Viviane Frehner – Australien

CONGRATULATIONS to the artists!!!

The „Dance on Screen Best Film Award“ is sponsored by „die Organisation Kultur – Graz„.
The „Dance on Screen Audience Award“ is sponsored by „2B functional fruit drinks„.
Thanks!!

Valentina Moar, artistic director
Marco Schretter, assistent

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DANCE ON SCREEN FESTIVAL: PROGRAMM

OUR TWO DAYS PROGRAM

Friday 9th November 2018

01 Mitchell Rose „Exquisite corps“ – USA – special guest film
02 Marta Renzi „In search of lost time“ – USA
03 Allison Beda „Emotional Houdini“ – CAN
04 Zachary Chant & Denislav Kanev „Void“ – D
05 Cristina Zarzalejos & Ana Luz Bullón „Abismo“ – E
06 Nathan Smith & Max Pollard „Botchan retreat“ – AUS/JAP
07 Nicole Seiler „Amauros (1)“ – CH

60seconds dance category (5 films):
08 Nicola Hepp „The double“ – NL
09 Francesca Ruggerini & Gianpaolo Bigoli „Le stanze della follia“ – IT
10 Jan Vesala & Antoinette Helbing „Bang“ – DK
11 Aliki Chiotaki „Cipher“ – GR
12 Daša Grgič & Luca Quaia „DIH.breath“ – IT

13 Taneli Törmä & Constantin Georgescu „Black side“ – DK/NO/FIN

Cooperation Partner: SET.mefree by VeNe (IT) & future mellon/not yer art (UK): selection of their last international call ‚Positioning‘ – 3 special guest films (out of competition for the ‚best film award‘)
14 Aliki Chiotaki „100F souls“ – GR
15 Anastasia Diga „The Rosetta Mission“ – GR
16 Roswitha Chesher „Porcelain“ – UK

17 Vito Alfarano „Intangout“ – IT

Sunday 11th November 2018

01 César Brodermann „Are you holding me or am I holding myself?“ – USA
02 Salvatore Insana „Vacuum“ – IT
03 Allison Beda „All about you“ – CAN
04 Augenblick „Carte blanche“ – IT
05 Denislav Kanev „∞“ – D

Cooperation Partner: Szerpentin Dance Film Festival Budapest – 3 films (out of competition for the ‚best film award‘):
06 Melissa Priske „El mar / A Tenger“ – HU
07 Réka Szabó „Mourning“ – HU
08 Mátyás Tóth & Csilla Nagy „Karma Milonga“ – HU

09 Michele Manzini „In the House of Mantegna“ – IT
10 Annabella Lenzu „No more beautiful dances“ – USA
11 Viviane Frehner „Gogi“ – AUS
12 Nicole Seiler „Amauros (3) – CH

Cooperation Partner: Szerpentin Dance Film Festival Budapest – 3 films (out of competition for the ‚best film award‘):
17 Viktor Horváth „Twun“ – HU
13 Marcell Andristyák „Road lovers“ – HU
14 Attila Damokos „Homunculus“ -HU

15 Dagmar Dachauer „Competing for sunlight: Ash“ 5′
16 Jordan James Bridge „Us“ – UK

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Dates 2018

11. November 2018, DANCE ON SCREEN FESTIVAL, Rechbauerkino, Graz (AT)

9. November 2018, DANCE ON SCREEN FESTIVAL, Rechbauerkino, Graz (AT)

16. September 2018, 10 DANZATORI E UN FILMATO: I 30 ANNI DELLA COMPAGNIA TIZIANA ARNABOLDI, Teatro San Materno, Ascona (CH)

15. September 2018, 10 DANZATORI E UN FILMATO: I 30 ANNI DELLA COMPAGNIA TIZIANA ARNABOLDI, Teatro San Materno, Ascona (CH)

23. June 2018, DANCE_CROSSING FASHION, Hauptplatz, Graz (AT)

21. June 2018, DANCE_CROSSING FASHION, Tummelplatz, Graz (AT)

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About the festival

Dance on screen is the first videodance festival that is created in Graz, in Austria.

It is an international dance film festival and includes a range of short films that celebrate the immediacy of dance combined with the intimacy of the camera’s eyes: short films, shown through movement.

Videodance got an universal language, since it is not only combined with a given tongue, but with a visual and more immediate emotional impact. There is a huge diversity making a product of short-dance-film, that has something to do both with the way to film a choreography and the way to create a choreography for the film.

The same concept of choreography becomes much wider: choreography is generated by filmed movements, but also by the movement of the camera, by the cutting, by the rhythm of the images, or by the colors or the landscapes.

Dance on screen wants to show this variety, looking for short-dance-films that manifest their own artistic aesthetics and are engaged in that breadth of strategy of creating choreography.
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DANCE ON SCREEN on TOUR: „Screendance Landscapes – due giorni su danza e schermo“ – Venezia

Valentina Moar is invited as curator of Dance on Screen to take part of SCREENDANCE LANDSCAPES – due giorni su danza e schermo organized by VeNe (IT) and future mellon (UK), in Venice at IUAV (University of architecture and visual art) on 17th April 2018.

The event consists of two days of symposium, roundtable and screenings.

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DANCE ON SCREEN on TOUR: Teatro San Materno – Ascona – CH

Dance on Screen is invited in Switzerland: the artistic director of Teatro San Materno, Tiziana Arnaboldi, invited Valentina Moar for one day screening.

Dance on Screen presents 9 films from its 2017 edition in this the beautiful original Bauhaus style cosy theater on Sonntag 26th November 2017.

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DANCE ON SCREEN on TOUR: 21.Internationales Solo-Tanz-Theater Festival Stuttgart

Dance on Screen is invited to the 21. Internationales Solo-Tanz-Theater Festival in Stuttgart.

Valentina Moar, artistic director of Dance on Screen, presents 7 films from the second edition of and one film from the first edition of Dance on Screen:

Vinicius Cardoso – Crushing weight
Justine Berthillot & Frédéri Vernier – Sur ton dos
Aliki Chiotaki – 60 pulses
Filomena Rusciano – Liquid path
Valentina Moar – DanceMe Reininghaus
Stella Fotiadi – Whispers and wishes
Galen Bremer – Know you
Natalia Sardi – Vecinas

Dance on Screen will be presented the last day of the festival, after the showing of the finalists‘ solos and before the jury awards delivery.

Sunday 19th March 2017, from 5pm
Treffpunkt, Rotebühlplatz 28, Stuttgart

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DANCE ON SCREEN Award (2nd Ed. 2017)

„Which is the criterion to vote for a ‚best film‘, when there are no other specific branches?…
My only question to think about it is: which is a ‚better‘ film? The one that is perfectly technically made, where all the parts that compose the film are in the best symbiosis? Or the one that has maybe mistakes, that is not really ‚proper‘, but that you remember its images for a very long time?…“
(Valentina Moar, artistic director of DanceOnScreen)

The jury of the first Dance on Screen Award has been represented by the choreographer, dancer and ballet master Sarah Taylor (AUS), by the film-director Giuseppe Domingo Romano (IT) and by the dancer, choreographer and regisseur Hallgrim Hansegård (NOR).

DANCE ON SCREEN AWARD 2017 goes to:

SUR TON DOS by Justine Berthillot&Frédéri Vernier – FR

photo: Philippe Ariagno

DANCE ON SCREEN – SPECIAL MENTION goes to:

JUANA AND THE SACRED SHORES by Antonne Santiago – PHL

The „Dance on Screen Award“ for the „best film“ is been sponsored by the production house EXCEPT from Milano.