What is 60secondsdance.dk?
60secondsdance.dk online screendance competition was from 2001 till 2014 a co-production of Dansens Dag and ScreenMoves, Copenhagen, Denmark. Hosted funded by Dansens Dag and Nordea-fonden It aims to give screendance makers the opportunity to produce, through their lens, a one-minute online screendance video.
Screening event in Cinemateket
The winner and runner up and the top ten outstanding videos, had their work screened at the prize-winning event in the Cinemateque at the Danish Film Institute and the DFI’s Asta Bar Wall Screen downstairs. The videos will also be online at: Dansens Dag website, 60secondsdance.dk YouTube Channel, ScreenMoves Facebook page and the ScreenMoves Installation site in the Dansehallerne Foyer, co-ordinated by Maia Elizabeth Sørensen (ScreenMoves Co-Ordinator). Jeannette Ginslov, producer of MoveStream will interview the winner and runner up via skype. MoveStream, is an online channel dedicated to screendance interviews.
What is this year's theme?
For 2014, the theme was based on the notion of “flow”. Screendance makers were invited to choreograph, shoot and edit what “flow” means to them: what is flow, where is it found, what it means in terms of pace, rhythm, timing, is it comedic, serious, philosophical, how is it portrayed in movement, the emotional, the physical, the body…
First Prize was €1500 and the runner up €500
There is no entry fee!
Please download competition rules and all other relevant documents here
The jury was made up of a team of professional screendance makers, choreographers, film and TV producers: Jeannette Ginslov (60secondsdance Co-ordinator, Screendance maker & MoveStream), Anna Marie Krarup (Dansens Dag project leader), Sofie Mønster (Dansens Dag co-ordinator) Kamma Siegumfeldt (Danse Information Centre Co-ordinator and Project leader Keðja), Maia Elizabeth Sørensen (Screendance maker & ScreenMoves Co-Ordinator), Lone Sardemann (Film Co-ordinator Cinemateque - Danish Film Institute), Anne Mette Berg (PR Dansehallerne), Vibeke Muasya (Dance filmmaker), Maja Friis Kristensen (Dance filmmaker) and Anders Lysne (Filmmaker)