New Horizons Digital Dance Festival

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Following the success of our online project for younger dancers, we’re thrilled to announce our ‘New Horizons Digital Dance Festival’ for schools, universities and community dance groups. We want you and your young people to get involved and help us to continue to the share and celebrate the talent of our dancers in the Black Country and beyond. 

We’re taking Children and Young people Performing in a Changing World as a start point and we’d like you to create a new piece or revisit a dance using this theme. We’re then asking you to film the full piece and share it with us, BCDH will then combine all dance recordings into a professionally edited dance festival film to celebrate the wealth and talent of our young dancers. The New Horizons Digital Dance Festival is programmed for 30 November 2020 when we’ll be sharing the final film.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED…

  1. Firstly, register your interest by emailing jodiestus@blackcountrydance.com for an application form, from Thursday 09 July 2020Media Consent and Film Guidance will be sent shortly after. 
  2. Send in your completed application form by Friday 25 September 2020
  3. Send your dance recordings by ‘WeTransfer’ (online large file sharing website) by Friday 23 October 2020 to Jodiestus@blackcountrydance.com.
  4. The Premiere of the Dance Festival Film will be Monday 30 November 2020 at 7.30pm on social media 
  5. Recordings need to be a maximum of 4 minutes in length. 
  6. Film footage can be works in progress, existing footage (dress rehearsals), made for camera, new performances captured by camera.  
  7. Keep an original/back up file of your dance recordings. 

If you have any questions or queries though, please do contact: Jodiestus@blackcountrydance.com

HUGE thanks to the public funding we have received for the project from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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