DANCE-THEMED FILM

COORPI

The collaboration between Lago Film Fest and Turin-based COORPI collective returns this year with the regional première of an anthology of the 7th edition of the national video dance contest La Danza in 1 Minuto (Dance in 1 Minute), and the screening of We no longer wait for the Barbarians by Alain El Sakhawi, Special Award for Production at the 2015 edition of the contest. COORPI is a cultural association founded in 2002 with the aim of developing new ways of communicating with the territory and the community through the plural languages of dance and the body. Since 2011, the collective has been developing projects with a strong multimedia and interactive component, which combine dance, video art and social media, also developing new cross-disciplinary forms of expression.

WE NO LONGER WAIT FOR THE BARBARIANS

Alain El Sakhawi
Italy / 2016 / 8’20”

LA DANZA IN UN MINUTO

La danza in 1 minuto (Dance in 1 Minute) is a video dance contest and an opportunity to represent the diverse meanings dance can take on, in the broadest sense of the word and in different contexts, through a 60-second video clip. This time limit reflects the average contemporary lifestyle and, at the same time, forces authors to truly reflect on the necessity of dance and the urgency of its meaning.

AT THE BACK OF THE MIND

Helen Cerina, Federica Biondi
Italy

VIS

Korarte (Laura Zago, Giorgio Tollot, Federico Boni)
Italy

TALKING ABOUT

Marzia Meddi
Italy

C’EST MOI

Susanna Della Sala
Italy

COSMOSI

Lorenzo Puntoni, Valentina Sansone
Italy

LA DANZA

Mohammad Khavari
Italy

CARIDDI. MARI NUN CI N’È CCHIÙ

Stellario di Blasi
Italy

UNTITLED

Isabella Gaffè, Salvo Lombardo
Italy

MOOVY TANZFILMFESTIVAL

Moovy is a dance film festival which takes place at the Filmforum, Museum Ludwig in Cologne. Moovy aims to create a platform for both local and international artists by presenting also non-Western material. In addition to the latest films, Moovy also presents “classics.”

LA BOITE

Marta Lafuente
Spain / 2015 / 1′

BABELIAN CIRCLES

Ferran Romeu Sunyer
Spain / 2017 / 5′

THE BOAT

Sergio Gridelli, Zoë Demoustier
Italy / 2011 / 1′

T.I.A. – THIS IS AFRICA

Matthieu Maunier-Rossi
Congo / 2014 / 7’20”

CIRCLE

Özgür Can Alkan
Turkey / 2016 / 4’23”

CHOREOSCOPE

The universal language of movement. Choreoscope´s mission is to connect this fascinating language with an audience eager to experience something new, different, something special. Choreoscope Barcelona is the dance film festival of those who go one step further.

ÀNIM (SPIRIT)

Marc Costa, Aixa Sanuy
Catalonia / 2011 / 10’50”

MI GRAN PARTIDO (MY BIG MATCH)

Ana Arjol, Claudia Serarols
Catalonia / 2015 / 3´36″

MOVE AWAY

Ch Martínez
Catalonia / 2015 / 5’11”

DE FAROL (BLUFFING)

Virginia García, Damián Muñoz
Catalonia / 2014 / 6’05”

IRØN MODVM

Derek Pedrós
Catalonia / 2015 / 3’46”

THE MISSING PART

Salvador Sunyer, Baró d’Evel
Catalonia / 2016 / 21’40”
Best International Short Dance Film Award Choreoscope 2016

NO ROOM FOR DOUBT

Aina Lanas
Catalonia / 2016 / 4’07”
Young Talents of Catalonia Best Short Dance Film Award 2016

AMANI

Noemi Perez Amani
Catalonia / 2016 / 7’21”
Best International Short Dance Film Award Choreoscope 2017

GOTAN

Loránd János
Catalonia / 2018 / 14’54”

[SET.MEFREE]
DANCE & MOVEMENT
ON THE SCREEN

[SET.mefree] is a nomadic screendance micro-festival curated by the cultural association VeNe (co-directed by Elisa Dal Corso and Elisa Frasson) and the international collective futuremellon/not yet art (founded in 2011 between dance artist-researcher Ariadne Mikou and independent arts & culture producer Andrea Bonadio). Keeping in mind the slippery definitions of dance, choreography, screen and their expanding and transgressed borders, VeNe and futuremellon/not yet art are interested in the multiple manifestations of the hybrid audio-visual and spatiotemporal form of screendance; Lago Film Fest will feature a selection of works of their curation.