Design Your Dance on Screen – A new online creative facilitation course to help film makers and dance makers collaborate successfully.


Design your Dance on Screen. A new self led course with Simon Fildes on how dance makers and film makers can collaborate successfully. https://screendance.teachable.com/p/designscreendance

Enrolment has started! The first 10 students benefit from the 30% discounted introductory rate and get email support. Initial places have been claimed already so don’t miss out.

Design your Dance on Screen – a creative facilitation course to help film makers and dance makers collaborate successfully.

Announcing new Film Hub Scotland support.

In response to the recent COVID-19 crisis and a reassessment of necessities for international travel Screen.Dance is planning new digital screening and live streaming platforms for the festival. Keep tuned for announcements!

Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and Lottery funding from the BFI. 

Festival Corona Virus update

Screen.dance will take place at Summerhall Edinburgh on 19th and 20th June as planned. Submissions are open and films will be selected for screenings.

If there is any change to this plan due to the venue being closed then we will rearrange the festival for a later date when circumstances allow.

We are monitoring the situation regularly.

Screen.Dance at Summerhall, Edinburgh

Screen.Dance is running a two day festival event this year at the Summerhall Arts complex in Edinburgh. With free artist presentation sessions during the day and four curated UK and international programmes of film screenings. Summerhall is a great place to run this programme and Edinburgh is a lovely place to visit at mid summer.

Present your work or submit your films on FilmFreeway for Screen.Dance -Scotland’s Festival of Dance on Screen, 19 -20th June 2020

One Minute Screendance Scottish Commissions announced.

The selection panel have decided to sward the commissions to three projects. There were 28 submissions and 8 shortlisted. The final 3 commissioned projects was a near unanimous decision by the panel based on the project teams’ submissions and strengths in matching a range of criteria. We are so excited to see the final productions!

Deer Oh – Natali Mcleary and Siri Rodnes

Floor Falls – Jennifer Paterson and Abby Warrilow and Lewis Gourlay

High Winds – Corinne Jola and Pernille Spence and Zoe Irvine