InShadow - Lisbon ScreenDance Festival ()

Inshadow - Lisbon Screendance Festival


21 Mar 2019
Call for entries

28 Feb 2019
Early deadline

30 Jun 2019
Standard deadline

10 Oct 2019
Late deadline

10 Oct 2019
Festival closed

31 Oct 2019
Notification date

15 Nov 2019
15 Dec 2019


Rua São Domingos à Lapa, 8N,  1200-835, Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

Festival description
Short film festival
Feature film festival

Festival requirements
 Film festival
 Music Video
 Any Genre
 Any Theme
 Has submission fees
 International Festival
 Online and Physical Location
 Production date: Any
 Production countries: Any
 Shooting countries: Any
 Director nationalities: Any
 Debut Films 
 School projects 
 Short Films 
 Feature Films 
 Any language
 Any language
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Festival start: 15 November 2019      Festival end: 15 December 2019

InShadow is a reference in the field of contemporary artistic creation and curatorship, placing an emphasis on the convergence of body and image.

Our yearly program includes international competitions of screendance, dance-related documentary films and animations, in addition to performances, workshops, masterclasses, exhibitions and installations.

10 different awards, decided by four separate panels:

Best Screendance
official jury, 300€
[by Conserveira de Lisboa]

Best International Screendance (3 awards)
audience jury; school jury; vo'arte jury
[by Espaço Rural das Artes, Soudos]

Best Coreography
official jury

Best Interpretation
official jury

Best Documentary Film
official jury, 200€
[by Conserveira de Lisboa]

Best Animation
children jury

Best Portuguese Screendance
vo'arte jury
[by Adega Mayor]

Best Portuguese Director
school jury, 2500€
[in ETIC scholarship]

SCREENDANCES that fail to qualify for the main competition may still find a spot - should the director accept - in one of our video-installations.

DOCUMENTARY FILMS should tackle the subject of dance/performance.

ANIMATIONS must be suitable for school-age children and should ideally focus on the subjects of dance, movement, inclusion or technology.



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