The first ever festival of its kind on the Central Coast, “inHabit” is intended to bring artists and the community together to celebrate our unique perspectives, histories, and artistic expressions. It is our hope that in building bridges within our community, we will strengthen the fibers of our human connections while embracing the beauty of differences through this shared vision.
“inHabit” will make its exciting launch in May 2018 featuring stand-alone dance for camera works from artists across the country.
We are so pleased to Congratulate our selected artists, who have come to us from all corners of the world:
Amanda Bravo, California
Barney Cokeliss, United Kingdom
Carenza Ebejer, Australia
Diana Stanton, California
Hayleyann Evers, Oregon
Jen Guy, North Carolina
Maxime Goret, France
Nathan Balser, Utah
Roswitha Chesher, United Kingdom
Stephen Featherstone, United Kingdom
We are thrilled to share these incredible, diverse, curious-making integrations of film and dance with you in May - you won't want to miss it!
In order to breathe life into this special vision, we want to hear your voice!
“inHabit” is a unique opportunity for storytelling and creative expression through film, we are seeking exciting new dance film works for this ground-breaking event.
Novice and established film-makers are encouraged to submit narrative, abstract, animated, and/or short films that push boundaries and experiment with cutting edge media while expressing themselves in uniquely authentic ways.
There will be no discrimination and/or privilege given to beginning versus advanced filmmakers during the evaluation process—everyone has something important contribute, none is worth more or less than another, and we are excited to foster a festival which brings together all walks of life and filmmaking experience.
Submission period opens: November 15, 2017 at 12pm
Early Bird Deadline: January 15, 2018
Final Deadline: January 25, 2018 at 5pm
When choosing works for exhibition, we are most interested in:
No criteria is a must; none is more important than the others; excellence in any singular or multiple areas may be sufficient.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not interested in simple recordings of dance on a proscenium stage—cinematic elements must be an integral part of the entry.
Selected submissions will be debuted during multiple showings of this thrilling festival at the Fair Oaks Movie Theatre in Arroyo Grande, CA on May 19th and 20th, 2018.
We will announce the selected entries for showcasing, and the names of their artistic collaborators, January 29, 2018 on 104.5 FM radio.
Please forward all inquiries to email@example.com