Dance Camera West is proud to announce the DCW 2021 Virtual Film Festival will run March 31 to April 30, 2021 on 

Through a partnership with festival sponsor OVID.TV, DCW 2021 is now available for home viewing, joining the platform which hosts a fine collection of dance films.

For one month (March 31 – April 30) viewers can purchase 7 day viewing access to watch the 31 films screened at the January 2021 Festival in Los Angeles. Following the month long run, many of the films will remain available to OVID subscribers, with future revenue going to the filmmakers.  Viewing is priced at $12 and is available for purchase here.

Experience the energy, vitality and passion of dance in the context of cinema and the challenging times we are living in.  The DCW 2021 Festival collection features five programs of dance films ranging from group dances in remote natural landscapes, urban spaces and studios around the world, to introspective solos that invite you to share space with dancers sheltering at home. A must-see for all fans of dance, this stunning homage is a way to experience it from a cinematic perspective. 

DCW virtual festivals are the fulfillment of the mission to create revenue for artists through live events and distribution.

Chosen from over 250 international entries, the 31 finalists each make their World, U.S. and/or LA Premiere. The virtual feestival also includes the bonus collection Body Buildings by Outstanding Achievement Award winner Henrique Pina (Portugal), whose films Beast and Dusk were screened at the January Drive-InOther award-winning films include Outstanding Achievement winner Adi Halfin (Germany) Earth Odyssey and Lost Horse, The Best of the Fest Award winner Robbie Synge (Scotland) Forest Floor, Garry Stewart (Australia) The Circadian Cycle, and Best Screen Adaptation Award winner Hofesh Shechter (England) Clowns. There is also a collection of short documentaries.

 Film Synopses and biographies of all films can be found HERE.