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Dance Film Festival - Call for entries

by ExploreDance staff
June 11, 2001
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Area Dance Film and Video Makers
Dance Camera West ­ Local Heroes .

The Dance Resource Center of Greater Los Angeles will host a dance film/video festival that invites participation from dance and film/video artists from the Los Angeles area. The festival will be held in February of 2002 in conjunction with the Touring Program of the Dance Film Association's DANCE ON CAMERA Festival, the oldest and longest running dance film festival in the world, hosted annually in New York by The Dance Film Association and the Lincoln Center Film Society.

Works produced after 1999 in any format or styles are welcome however preference will be given to documentaries, short narratives and experimental films.

DEADLINE: September 15, 2001

ENTRY FEE: $15.00

For application form please email and send along with VHS PREVIEW TAPES and $15 entry fee payable to DRC of Greater Los Angeles ( plus $5 or a SASE if you'd like your tape returned) to: DRC/Dance Camera West, P.O. Box 41708, Los Angeles CA 90041

Direct all questions to: DRC/Dance Camera West, Telephone/fax: 818-769-3093/e-mail: kellyh@firstrunfeatures.com

Applicants to Dance On Camera Festival 2002 ($30 per title) will
automatically be entered in Dance Camera West. Entry form available
online: www.dancefilmsassn.org or by contacting Dance Films Association

DEADLINE: August 15, 2001

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