SzólóDuó Festival is a dance festival organized by Orkesztika Foundation in Budapest, Hungary since 2005.

One minute dance films

The films can be recorded by a mobile phone, camera or film camera. They can be experimental films, animations or anything else if their topic is related to Body_Dance_Picture.

Length of the films without credits: maximum 60 second (It can be shorter!). The films will be screened between the 15th and the 18th of January, 2020 at the venues of SzólóDuó International Dance Festival in Budapest, Hungary.

More information and application form: szoloduo.com and on facebook.com/1minutedance.

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IETM Multi-location

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Maternity cover in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)

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In the face of the crisis, together with IETM, Circostrada, ETC and In Situ, we call on the national governments to take measures to safeguard the long-term viability of the cultural sector.

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