What Makes Us Different?

Greensboro Dance Film Festival is a boutique dance film festival that seeks to connect diverse communities through the innovative genre of dance on screen. Merging performance and cinematic aesthetics, Screen Dance has expanded the possibilities of choreographic composition and structure by pushing the boundaries of dance beyond its staged possibilities. The festival, situated in historic Greensboro, North Carolina, uses the background of both city and country to highlight dance films from around the world and support artists through interdisciplinary collaboration and creative exchange. GDFF is also interested in extensive community outreach, offering screenings, workshops and master classes in dance and filmmaking while providing local audiences with access to this emerging global arts genre.

Events Info

Event #1

Opening Night Party at Oden Brewery - 23rd February 2024

Come join us for a fun opening night party co sponsored by Oden Brewery. Tickets are free and available by clicking the Get Tickets button below!

Event #2

Screening 1 at Transform Greensboro - 24th February 2024

Come joining us for our main screening event featuring over 30 films on 3 screens from around the world. Tickets are free and available by clicking the Get Tickets button below!

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Our Team

GDFF is proud to work with students and guest artists each year to bring you the best performances in screendance, Our events are family friendly and include live music and dance performances, good food and great company. This year’s team of adjudicators and curators are excited to share our year long hard work.

Robin G.

Robin Gee

Festival Director

Robin, Director of the Festival, is a dancer, choreographer, filmmaker and educator currently living and working in Greensboro, North Carolina.


BJ Sullivan


Known for creating Safety Release Technique, B.J. contributes an original and substantial body of informational work that has made a footprint in contemporary dance training globally.

Hannah F.

Hannah Fischer

Guest Curator

Hannah FIscher is a dancer maker from the Midwest now based in Salt Lake CIty, Utah. Fisher has spent the bulk of her career working to make modern dance accessible and meaningful to many communities, Her research focuses on distance, intimacy and the ethics of trust.

Stephanie Garcia

Stephanie Garcia

Guest Curator

Stephanie is a multi-awarded Mexican performer, dancemaker, choreographer, performing arts director, cultural manager, curator, arts advocate, producer, co-founder, and co-director of Punto de Inflexión Dance Company and PROArtes México.

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