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By Film at Lincoln Center on July 13, 2021
Watch the official trailer and a special curator preview event from the 49th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival, taking place July 16-18, 2021.
By Film at Lincoln Center on June 16, 2020
Dance Films Association and Film at Lincoln Center announced today the complete lineup for the 48th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival, running July 17-20, 2020. With a program that travels the globe from Ireland to Argentina to Kazakhstan, the festival will be presented digitally for the first time and provide unprecedented access to the longest-running dance film festival in the world.
By Film at Lincoln Center on June 6, 2019
With an inspiring selection of films that explore dance from a variety of perspectives, the festival offers groundbreaking dance adventures along with honoring classic interpretation.
By Jordan Raup on June 13, 2018
With a wide-ranging selection of 16 programs over five days, the festival is a treat for dance lovers of all stripes, offering everything from tap to classical ballet to mime, in films from 17 countries.
By Samantha Walsh on April 7, 2017
Take a look at the thought-provoking talks this week, starting with the director of 'My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea' and much more!
By Alex Hunter on March 31, 2017
See in-depth talks including a Q&A following our program of films directed by Paul Newman and the legendary Jean-Pierre Léaud on The Death of Louis XIV.
By Michael Odmark on February 22, 2017
Listen to the Opening Night Q&A from this year's Dance on Camera Festival and a Q&A from a recent screening of Loving.
By Film at Lincoln Center on December 8, 2016
The festival highlights dance luminaries on screen including Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, Trisha Brown, and Maurice Béjart, with in-person appearances by David Gordon, Marcelo Gomes, Marie Lindqvist, and Rosario Suarez, Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, and many more.