DANCE Film Festival – Friday Oct. 8th – Stream for FREE

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SEE THE FULL LINEUP OF FILMS:

only living boy, 5min., USA, Dance

Directed by Rachel Leigh Dolan

only living boy; a love/hate story for New York is a dance narrative about the duality of being an artist in the city. We are equally inspired and disparaged at the same time.

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TURFIN, 8min, USA, Dance

Directed by Latiece Brown

Turfin is a short documentary giving a brief glimpse into the world of the Bay Area street dance called, Turf Dancing.

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BANGKOK 2.5, 4min., Thailand, Dance

Directed by Bo Nawacharee

In a city where fresh air has become a luxury, this dance film spills out the daily combat each metropolitan takes on. bangkok’s air that is polluted with pm2.5, as known as the fine dust, has been an ongoing issue with the lack of concerns by the ruling authorities.

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RESPIRE – REPEAT, 2min., USA, Dance

Directed by Alexander Petit Olivieri

Tracing the tethers of resistance and reflection, our breath doesn’t keep secrets while our friendships find rhythm in togetherness.

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TO THE NTH, 8min., USA, Dance

Directed by Dustyn R Martincich, Jess Hoversen , Andrew Roddewig

The greatest shortcoming of the human race is its inability to understand the exponent.” This simple statement from physicist Albert Bartlet exposes the greatest failure in human thinking.

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LADY BE GOOD, 6min., USA, Dance

Directed by James Kinney, Pierre Marais

A bartender reflects on the night everything changed.

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BYOUL PART 2: DA, 9min., South Korea, Dance

Directed by Taso Papadakis

“Da reinterprets DaEun Jung and Melody Shim’s long-time collaboration Byoul through the intimate lens of filmmaker Taso Papadakis. Da blurs the boundaries between the classical form and pedestrian moves as well as discipline and spontaneity, branched out from the original project, Byoul, a dance made by chance procedure using the Korean alphabet combining system as a compositional method to randomly arrange classical Korean dance movements.”

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GONE, 16min., Belgium, Dance

Directed by Helena Jónsdóttir & Vera Wonder Sölvadóttir

Who is living your life when you are not there? Gone is a humorous little thriller that gives us an unusual insight into one man’s journey into dance of live.

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