Athens Video Dance Project


ATHENS VIDEO DANCE PROJECT (AVDC) is an annual videodance festival that takes place in Athens, Greece. Organized since 2010, it attracts short videodance works of any genre, feature-length dance films and documentaries, dance photo projections, dance performances and installations, while it also provides a place for any hybrid, interactive, technological project whose main objective is to develop an artistic dialogue between dance and different art forms.

This year AVDC goes online and curates in cooperation with dance film festivals worldwide.

Szerpentin Dance Film Festival from Budapest presents two Hungarian shorts.

REMAINS | 02:24 | HU

The video portrayals humans who are the sort of remains of an ageless world in a post urban environment. A very pure and disciplined existence are represented by them. Without describing the roots or the relations of the people, the video focuses on the intention to share and connect with the other isolated humans using, an obscure, primal form. They have the desire to experience not being alone however they also preserve their solitude.

Director, concept, self: Beatrix SIMKÓ
DOP, edit: Daniel DÖMÖLKY
Special thanks to István CSEKK, János DÖMÖLKY

Wassup | 02:30 | HU

Encounters, exaggerated expectations, small and serious series of disappointments, where one always want more than the other.

Directed, Photographed: HORVÁTH Viktor
Creative contributor: FILKEY Áron
Production manager: VÁCZ Milán
Support: GRYLLUS Ábris

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