What’s your return policy?

All sales are final on film submissions & festival ticket donations. NO REFUNDS.


What is does it cost to attend the Idaho Screendance Festival screenings?

$5 –  $10 suggested donation. Ticket donations may be given online before the event or with cash only at the theater the day of.


What is a Screendance?

“Screendance” is synonymous to “Dance Film” or “Video Dance.” Screendance is defined as artistic film shorts where movement / dance (any genre or style of dance and pedestrian movement) along with film/video practice are the main mediums of the art. Choreography, dance performers, location, costumes, makeup, sound, lighting, plus cinematography equal Screendance.


What ages should attend or participate in Idaho Screendance Festival?

ISF is a community event for all ages to attend. Ages five to adult may submit films.


Why should I submit a dance film?

  • Admission to ISF workshop, screening, & networking during the festival.
  • “Official ISF Selection” laurel for film production
  • Eligibility for filmmaker awards
  • Participation in Filmmaker/Cast/Crew Q&A sessions during the Festival
  • Networking opportunities in the dance & film industries

Where is the festival location?

The festival is located on the Boise State University campus, in the Boise State Special Events Center. Address — 1800 University Drive Boise, ID 83706. It’s connected to the BSU Student Union Building near the Albertson Library parking lot.


Where should I park for the festival?

Park in the Lincoln Avenue garage located near the Student Union Building.


Is there a map of the festival location?

https://eventservices.boisestate.edu/maps-directions/


What is included in a film festival submission fee?

Submission Fee: $40 per entry / $25 student rate, submitted by March 15, 2019 + $10 late fee, accepted through April 1, 2019

Submission fee gets you: Admission to ISF workshop, screening, & networking during the festival. “Official ISF Selection” laurel for film production Eligibility for filmmaker awards Participation in Filmmaker/Cast/Crew Q&A sessions during the Festival Networking opportunities in the dance & film industries


What is the Screendance Workshop?

A two-hour long “How To Make a Screendance” workshop taught by guest film/dance artists. Open to all festival attendees. Open to all ages of filmmakers.