Inspired Dance Film Fest Australia

Photo: Craig Whitehead

SUBMISSIONS OPEN 29 FEB, 2020

Inspired Dance Film Festival is a brand new nationwide dance on film festival being held in Australia, providing a national platform for dancers, choreographers, and filmmakers to explore their creativity in a short film format.

Whilst the focus is on nurturing Australian talent, we also accept International submissions. We have a specially dedicated section of the festival for films made by full-time dance schools, tertiary performing arts schools, and part-time private dance studios.

Attendees of the festival will enjoy a showcase screening of finalists, and the announcement of winners at the inaugural Festival Gala, and Schools Gala.

IDFFA is proudly supported by our ambassadors Todd Mckenney, Kelley Abbey, Aaron Cash, and Stephen Tannos. #idffa2020 - Let Your Dance Be Scene.

 

  • Organised by: Inspired Dance Film Fest Australia
  • Contact name: Ian Knowles
  • Phone: 0409 082 109
  • Email: info@idffa.com.au

Upcoming Events Submit an Event

April

All ages and levels are available in the variety of classes on offer.

If you are at home and looking to keep your body moving, your spirits up and your mind at ease, then Sydney Dance Company’s Virtual Studio is for you.

Contemporary Dance Classes online from the comfort of your own home.

May

June

For the first time in NAISDA Dance College’s 44-year history, auditions for next year’s intake will be completely online.

Queensland Ballet Academy has launched auditions for its 2021 full-time program intake. In a first for Queensland Ballet, all Academy auditions (except Foundation Program) will be assessed online via video submission, in compliance with ongoing COVID-19 regulations.

Isolation Ballet Club and Adult Ballet Centre combine to bring you all back into the studio

July

Sharp Short Dance is going digital in 2020, and registrations are open from Monday, 20 Jul,y to Monday 14, September!