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Monday 04.06.2018

Open Call Bucharest International Dance Film Festival


Bucharest International Dance Film Festival
Bucharest International Dance Film Festival
http://bidff.ro

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Bucharest International Dance Film Festival (6-9 September 2018)  Deadline for submission is July 10

Contact

contact@bidff.ro
Ioana Diaconu
0040730622048

Address

http://bidff.ro
Tangaj Association
Bucharest, Romania

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Bucharest International Dance Film Festival (6-9 September 2018) invites film directors, choreographers and other artist to submit their dance films to the fourth edition of BIDFF. The competition is open for fiction short dance films, documentaries and animations around the world, with a prize pool of 3000 euro. BIDFF can also screen off competition feature films and long documentaries.

This year's festival theme is [re] tracing, the programme being centered around the leftovers the time has carved through the lives of individuals and communities. Intimate personal stories, different means of archiving collective memories and speculations of a future life, can provide a context of [re] positioning of 'the one' against 'the many', willingly altering the so called general accepted truth. All of these manifestations and many others leave traces in the body, erasing and [re] writing meanings with the speed of light. [Re] living the reality can generate a new fictional 'state of truth', one that can link together different temporalities and emotional levels, confusing the psychological and the chronological. How can the individual body dissociate itself from the collective one? Will the counter positioning of the one against the history of many really generate a creative conflict, one that can [re] frame repressed historical realities or [re] define uncertain present facts?

BIDFF is looking for cutting edge dance films with a sometimes transparent and sometimes coded meaning, challenging the viewer to a playful exchange of information about social life, politics, extreme emotions, out of the ordinary places and oddly beautiful dance aesthetics. BIDFF encourages syncretism and dialogue between movement and the diverse forms of cinema from the most traditional to experimental. 

Shorts of maximum 20 minutes will be accepted in the competition sections, while long documentaries and features can be screened as part of different theme based selections. Films should be produced in the last 2 years. A minimum quality of Full HD (1920 x 1080) is required for the exhibition copies. You can submit a maximum of 2 films. Both can be taken into consideration. Films submitted to previous editions of the festival will not be taken into consideration.

To submit your films to the festival please fill in the form: form.jotformeu.com/81307694915363

For more information please visit: www.bidff.ro

Contact information:
contact@bidff.ro
www.bidff.ro