Dancing Our Way Through Distance - A Dance Film Project

Join us in stringing together a narrative of perseverance and hope by doing what we do best, creating work and sharing it with the world.


Social Distancing Collective is composed of a group of international artists (composers, musicians, videographers, photographers, dancers, and graphic designers) deeply impacted by the world wide shut-down caused by COVID-19. 

Social Distancing Collective strives to connect artists across all borders in one voice through love of music and movement.  We have set out to create a film that strings together the narratives of individuals around the world as they navigate this sudden new way of life.  In a world that feels so disconnected and confined we are looking to find new ways to move together, collaborate, and create.  We are anyone and everyone.  It doesn't matter if you are new to dance or a seasoned professional, we are all dancers and artists at heart.



Connecting & Creating Together

At Social Distancing Collective, we understand the importance of support and feeling of community.  We hope our project will serve as a branch and support system where your creative juices can flow freely.  As our community grows so will this site and its content.

Join me and my team in creating a dance film based around social distancing/ lock-down/ quarantine by submitting a short 1-3 minute clip of yourself using the form below.


- Video is unedited

- 3 minutes max

- Must be your own original work

- Video can be filmed by another person and include a max of 2 people.

- If filming with another dancer no contact please.

- Should be filmed in an area that is not populated nor will put you and others at risk (ie. in your home, yard, abandoned street, open field)

- Shots can be creative, up close segments of the body, wide shots 

- By submitting materials artist agrees to the Terms & Conditions


Terms & Conditions

By submitting your contribution to the Social Distancing Collective of (SDC) you allow the SDC to use the material in your contribution in any way it may reasonably choose on a free-of-charge basis in any media throughout the world. The SDC very much hopes to be able to use your contribution but cannot guarantee to do so.
You grant the SDC the right to change or edit your contribution for operational and editorial reasons – specifically but not limited to the creation of a new piece combining some or all of your contribution with those of others. SDC may also share your contribution, individually or as part of the new combined piece with trusted third parties, for instance with other users of SDC Online Services or partnering companies.

Any copyright in your contribution will remain with you and this permission is not exclusive, so you can continue to use the material you contribute in any way including allowing others to use it. The copyright in the new combined piece remains with the SDC and your right to use, share and deal in that combined piece shall be the same as with any other SDC output.

You confirm that your contribution is your own original work, is not defamatory or unlawful and does not infringe anyone else's rights (including privacy rights) and that it complies with the Terms. You also confirm that your contribution is made in your personal (rather than business) capacity and that such contribution does not unfairly promote or further any business activities and has not been contributed for commercial gain. You also confirm that you have the consent of anyone who is identifiable in your contribution. SDC may need to contact you for administrative or verification purposes in relation to your contribution, or in relation to particular projects.

Please do not endanger yourself or others, take any unnecessary risks or break any laws when creating any content you may share with the SDC.  SDC will ask you to provide some personal information as part of the submission process. The SDCVC will keep your personal information secure. All personal information held by the SDC will be held in accordance with the terms of applicable data protection laws.

If you do not want to grant the SDC permission to use your contributions in accordance with the Terms, please do not share with or submit them to us.



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