Dreams and reality collide through seven individuals in one neighborhood who are faced with adversity and choice as they dance through their days.
Throughout history, dance has been archived with the use of the most advanced technologies available, be it through notation or recording technology. These records contain
SFDFF’s 5th annual Raising Voices shorts program spotlights the work of traditionally under-represented artists and amplifies their powerful messages of social justice and belonging. Experience
The film delves into the layered truths of embodied history to fill the gaps left by loss and erasure. Three dancers’ sweeping, introspective movements interlock
Tracing high along a Bay Area hillside, this intergenerational cast of QTBIPOC artists, drag performers, and activists soars into futurism, queer legacy, and embodied ancestry.
Their affection and chemistry deepen as they dance closer and closer through the vibrant summer streets. A love letter to the Mission District and its
With her steady gaze, expressive mannerisms, and slippery, juddering movements, she is a force to be reckoned with. She struggles to speak, her voice stilted
Through a many-layered discourse between art, movement, history, artifacts, nature, and somatics, she draws a complex web of connections between imagined and physical worlds. Still
In the not-so-distant future, a young woman falling in love enlists her personal A.I. system to decide if the relationship is worth it. By probing