The 11th edition of the International Dance Film Festival Brussels (IDFF) will be held in Brussels from September 27 to October 1, 2022. It will primarily showcase films produced in the recent years (2020-2022). Festival selections include 42 shorts and documentaries submitted by filmmakers and choreographers from 25 countries, including 3 Polish films.
The Seventh Seal: A Triptych, directed by Jacek Krawczyk; camera, lighting, montage: Alicja Byzdra; music: Mariusz Noskowiak; performers: Joanna Czajkowska, Grzegorz Sierzputowski, Jacek Krawczyk. Date of premiere: 2020
The screening of the film will take place as part of IDFF’s Reflection Day on September 29, featuring a talk by Jacek Krawczyk, director, choreographer and dancer. http://sopotdancetheatre.com/
See You Never, dance, choreography, concept: Michał Strugarek; camera, editing: Martin Szłapka [Recorder Films]; music: Łukasz SZATT Palkiewicz; shooting location: Lubiatów Sand Dunes, PL
Short film developed by three independent artists: a music producer, a dancer and a filmmaker: https://www.youtube.com/user/MartinSzlapka1
Black Landscapes, scripted, directed, choreographed and performed by: TO-EN Butoh Company; camera: TO-EN; Fredrik Wretman, Paweł Maciak; music: Jacaszek; editing: TO-EN, Anna Błaszczyk
A performance and cinematic impression made by the TO-EN Butoh Company www.toenbutoh.com
The screenings of Polish films and the meeting with Jacek Krawczyk will be held at Dansecenrtumjette.
The Polish Institute in Brussels is the partner of the 11th IDFF and the promotional and communication partner for the presentation of the three Polish films. The Institute also supports the organizational and financial participation of Jacek Krawczyk and Joanna Czajkowska in the presentation of The Seventh Seal and the Reflection Day IDFF meetings.
Co-financing Jacek Krawczyk and Joanna Czajkowska (Sopot Dance Theatre) is the Office of the Marshal of the Pomorskie Province.
The International Dance Film Festival Brussels l’art difficile de filmer la dance explores the distinctive interplays between dance and film. It provides a local and international platform for choreographers, filmmakers and programmatic directors interested in dance and movement films in Belgium and abroad. The artistic director of the IDFF is Wolfgang Kolb. The IDFF is organized by the Red Orange Productions Association.