Martha's Vineyard Virtual Film Center

Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema (plus special bonus discussion)

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Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema is proud to be co-presenting our first ever dance film event with Martha's Vineyard Film Society. We'll be collaborating on a limited seating in-person screening at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center October 24, a 2-week virtual screening on Eventive, plus special access to bonus materials for ticket holders.

How to watch:

The film will become available for streaming through Eventive on Oct 23, and will be available for a 2 week window, closing November 6. During that time, once you've made a purchase, you'll have a week to watch the film, and once you start watching, you'll have 48 hours to finish.

About the program:

This 75 minute program features short experimental films featuring dance and dancers from around the world. The program includes a couple of new films from Sans Souci’s 17th Annual Festival Season, plus favorites from the last few years as well, featuring diverse dancers and dance styles. Featuring dancers from the Royal Ballet and San Francisco Ballet, as well as renown directors Hanna Brotherus, Marlene Millar, Mitchell Rose and viral sensation Julie Gautier, this curated selection presents solos and ensemble work; ballet, tap, contemporary, and some dance forms yet to be named; dazzling, funny, uplifting, tender, and challenging stories -- a little taste of all things Sans Souci. See the full listing of titles here.

About Sans Souci Festival:

Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema is a niche film festival specializing in films that integrate the aesthetics of dance and cinema: where cinematography meets choreography. Since 2003 this Boulder-based team has been curating films by locals and internationally renowned artists alike in our hometown, across the country, and around the world. We seek to awaken the viewers to the art form that is dance cinema, building a community of dancers, filmmakers, and audiences around films that give new voice and vision to the dancing body. Learn more at

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