Since completing their video trailers – and with the ongoing support of West Kowloon Cultural District and City Contemporary Dance Company – participating artists have shown their work through a number of different international platforms.
Four outstanding works were selected and commissioned for further development for Jumping Frames 2016/2017: This is a chicken coop by Ho Chi-wo, Er Gao (China); Yellow Alert by Hugh Cho (HK); 1958 Delivery by Elysa Wendi (HK/Singapore); Decadence by Peng Hsiao-yin (Taiwan).
In August 2015, the above four outstanding works were selected for screening in the ‘Dance Video Lab – Short Film Selections from New Works Forum: Screendance and Experimental Film Virginia’ at the Jumping Frames International Dance Video Showcase 2015, which was held at the Hong Kong Film Archive.
Participating artist Remu Iwai was selected for the Malakta Dance Film Lab residency programme in Vaasa, Finland. T
he two-part programme was held in August/September 2015 and included a 3-day intensive Film Lab, and a 2-week in-depth film creation collaboration with two other residents, a filmmaker, a choreographer and a dancer.
In October 2015, a selection of participants’ works: Anything but Pink by Li De; 1958 Delivery by Elysa Wendi; How are you today by Chiu Chih Hua; In Your Face by Abby Chan; Decadence by Peng Hsiao-yin; and Yellow Alert by Hugh Cho were screened at Freespace Happening in the West Kowloon Cultural District.
In November 2015, Elysa Wendi shared her views and experience of screendance making in 'Choreographic Matters' at WING Platform for Performance Hong Kong. Her work 1958 Delivery and Trista Ma Ka-yue’s A Being Walks Across the Universe were also screened at the event.
In June 2016, Chiu Chih-hua received the Jury Award for his entry “How are you today” at the “Stories We Dance” international Videodance Contest in Genoa, Italy.