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BCF 2020

Special Events

Weekend II

Dance on Film

February 29 

MAI: Am I a Man

About Face

March 1

What Came Before

About Face

Dance Mission Theater

San Francisco

Weekend III:

Dance on Film


March 7

MAI: Am I a Man

About Face

March 8

What Came Before

About Face

Marilyn McArthur Holland Theater

Lisser Hall at Mills College

5000 MacArthur Blvd


BCF in partnership with the SF Dance Film Festival presents film shorts from the Raises Voices program.

Showings will take place just before the BCF concert begins each night:

Doors open @ 7:00 pm 

Film showings begin at 7:20 pm

Free with the purchase of a concert ticket.

Arrive early - get your seat and enjoy dance on film! 

Founded in 2010, Dance Film SF is a nonprofit organization bringing dance to new audiences through the presentation and development of dance-based media. Along with the annual presentation of its award-winning San Francisco Dance Film Festival, DFSF’s year-round activities include special screenings, panels, and filmmaking workshops. Its touring and outreach programs send highlight reels to international screens and dance media into local schools. DFSF also produces original dance films through its Co-Laboratory program, matching top choreographers with professional filmmakers and creating the time, space, and budget for them to collaborate. 

Over the past 3 years, DFSF has been refining its curatorial vision in order to highlight dance’s capacity to connect people of very different backgrounds and to engage and educate diverse audiences. SFDFF programs such as Raising Voices and Finding Me highlight themes of race, gender, sexuality, ability, socioeconomic status, immigration status and class through dance film.  DFSF: Judy Flannery, Randall Heath, Greta Schoenberg: Technician: Alex Irwin

Weekend III:

Tap Master Class with Chloe Arnold

Saturday March 7

12pm - 1pm

$15 advance / $20 at door

Register to reserve your spot

Gritty City Studios 

inside FLAX Art & Design

1501 Martin Luther King Junior Way


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Join Black Choreographers Festival for a Tap Master Class with the amazing Chloe Arnold, an Emmy Nominated Choreographer, and International tap star. 


Full Bio and Master Class information here.

Programming subject to change.

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