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F-O-R-M Festival of Recorded Movement [ONLINE]

September 12, 2020 - September 19, 2020
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Admission

TICKETS:
All Access Pass –
pay what you can, sliding scale: $5-$70

Suggested donation:
Youth $20, General $25

Community tickets available if costs are a barrier.

Details

When: Sat, Sept 12-19, 2020
Screenings at 5pm Monday-Saturday

Where: ONLINE

Additional Info: Co-presented by SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs

Celebrate the body in motion through film: the 2020 Festival of Recorded Movement is all digital, taking place over seven days from September 12-19.

F-O-R-M brings movement films straight to your screen of choice, showcasing a series of innovative films created by youth and emerging filmmakers from all over the world. Coming to you via live-stream, with short film screenings starting at 5pm EST Monday-Saturday (September 14-19).

F-O-R-M 2020 will feature 20 short films from 7 countries around the world, 8 world premieres from 11 commissioned artists, a FORMations filmmaking jam through Instagram, artist talks and more. All Access Passes are Pay What You Can on a sliding scale from $5-$70. Buy yours today to experience everything the festival has to offer! Learn more at f-o-r-m.ca.

Co-presented with SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs in partnership with Company 605.

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ABOUT F-O-R-M

Festival Of Recorded Movement (F-O-R-M) was founded in 2015 by emerging dance artist Sophia Wolfe, with organizational support and encouragement of Company 605, and with experienced producer and co-founder Kristina Lemieux, on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. It was created as a platform for movers and filmmakers to share and create short films that revolve around the body in motion. Film is a relevant medium today more than ever; it is a universal tool being used to showcase movement across all genres. Athletes, dancers and other movement practitioners turn to film as a way to show creative and engaging perspectives of their respective movement forms. F-O-R-M is a space and platform to celebrate and acknowledge the artists who are creating in this realm. It is an opportunity to bring them together to inspire and share with each other and with a wider audience. F-O-R-M has evolved into a community of artists and audiences who share this common interest; it is a place to explore, discover, learn and grow through this medium. F-O-R-M hosts workshops, events and jam sessions throughout the year in addition to our annual festival, which is in its fifth year in 2020.

SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs Award

This year we are thrilled to announce a few different awards courtesy of our partner organizations SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs and Scotiabank Dance Centre, to recognize three films in our festival that moved, YOU, our audiences! At the end of each screening, we encourage you to cast your vote for three different categories of films that moved you, surprised you, or made a lasting impression on you.
Voting will stay open until Sept 20, and we will be announcing winners via Instagram later that week!

Categories for voting:

SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs’ Most Memorable Youth Short FIlm
This film should represent your favourite YOUTH-made film of the festival. This is a film that left a lasting impression on you - maybe you felt it in your body, couldn’t stop thinking about it afterwards, or maybe it inspired you to see movement from new perspectives.


Admission

Tickets: 
All Access Pass – pay what you can, sliding scale: $5-$70

Suggested donation:
Youth $20, General $25

Community tickets available if costs are a barrier.

Details

When: Sat, Sept 12-19, 2020
Screenings at 5pm (PST)
Monday-Saturday

Where: ONLINE

Additional Info: Co-presented by SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs

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