Cinedans WEB is coming to you!

From 25th to 29th March, Cinedans presents a Cinedans WEB special with a selection from the Cinedans FEST ’20 programme!

Due to the guidelines of the Dutch government regarding the prevention of further outbreaks of the Corona virus (Covid-19), Cinedans had to decide last week to cancel Cinedans FEST ’20 in Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam.

Cinedans will now present an online selection of beautiful documentaries and exceptional film recordings from the festival program ’20. In addition, we present films made in Cinedans LAB, our educational and talent development branch, and we show the classic Car Men in the context of the Sound & Narrative focus that would have taken place at the festival, under the direction of composer Han Otten.

Finally, we present a Surprise Short from the international selection of ’20 every day.

From 25th to 29th March, stay tuned with our online platform and experience the power of dance films wherever you are!

Cinedans WEB Special – Programme

DAY 1 – March 25th 

The Great Ghosts
FR | 2019 | 53’
Directors: Yoann Bourgeois & Louise Narboni
Choreographer: Yoann Bourgeois
  + Surprise Short: Meta by Paola Lesina & Marco Rezoagli

DAY 2 – March 26th

UK | 2018 | 28’
Director/Choreographer: Hofesh Shechter
+ Surprise Short: Sandwichmaker by Ramazi Baranov

DAY 3 – March 27th

Cinedans LAB presents
A selection of short films from
the educational and talent development
programs of Cinedans.
Car Men
NL | 2006 | 28′
Director: Boris Paval Conen
Choreographer: Jíri Kylían
 + Surprise Short: A Sight for Sore Eyes by Kati Kallio

DAY 4 – March 28th

Soul Chain – Sharon Eyal and the Ballet of the Beats
DE | 2019 | 37’
Director: Andreas Morell
+ Surprise Short: Finding My Feet by Omari Carter

DAY 5 – March 29th

Mudanza Contemporanea
ES | 2018 | 19’
Director: Teo Guillem

 + Surprise Short: Mobile Choreography Tiade

[ All films are available from the day of their release till the 30th of March ]

Film Still: Clowns by Hofesh Shechter


  • March 28, 2020
    Ilona Engelse

    What a treat, to be able to watch these ballets at home. Not as festive as the ‘Eye’ performances would have been, but every bit as wonderful.
    I especially enjoyed ‘Clowns’ – after seeing the NDT live production the first time around. Looking forward to the rest of this home fest!


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