Funded (international) residency in Strasbourg (France) to produce a short work of screendance

Since 2018 La Briqueterie – National Choreographic Development Center (EDN member) has proposed an annual screendance production residency in collaboration with the International Video Dance Festival of Burgundy, the Cinema Utopia of Avignon and national choreographic centers.

Call for submissions

An artist or a team of artists receives a two-week residency to create a short work of screendance (15 minutes maximum). The residency is scheduled to take place in January 2021 (current health crisis permitting).

A grant of 8,000 euros accompanies the residency and can be used to cover project needs (artist stipends, travel costs, housing costs, equipment rentals and purchases, etc.).

La Briqueterie hosted the first residency and in 2020, the residency site was Le Phare – National Choreographic Center of Le Havre in Normandy. In 2021, the POLE SUD – National Choreographic Development Center of Strasbourg will host the residency.

It is required in this call to integrate an element of the city within the film (exterior or interior). The film does not need to be about the city of Strasbourg but should integrate an element of the place in some way in the film. Find all details in the open call (pdf).

This call is both for French and international applicants - no geographical criteria.

Apply by July 28 - all details on the application process are in the open call.

Picture: O 1 DO © Chang Ching-Ju et Wu Jia-Jing 2019-20 Residency artists 

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