2019 / 2020 / 2021 / 2022

5 Countries
1 Community Project
4 Short Dance Films
1 Documentary

  • November 21st, 2019: mAPs Launch at dancescreen 2019 + TANZRAUSCHEN Festival Wuppertal
  • January 30, 2020: Deadline of mAPs Call
  • February 6-9, 2020: mAPs International Conference Jury at Clermont ISFF, France
  • February 23-26, 2020: mAPs Presentation at IMZ Avant Première during the 70th Berlinale, Germany
  • June 8-11, 2020: mAPs Campus #1 Script with Coorpi in Turin, Italy
  • April-August 2020: Script and Pre-production Residencies in the 5 mAPs Countries
  • September 3-5, 2020: mAPs Campus #2 Production with Malakta in Vaasa, Finland
  • September 2020-January 2021: Production and Shooting residencies in the 5 mAPs countries
  • February 1-8, 2021: mAPs Focus at Clermont ISFF Dance Retrospective, France
  • February 8-10, 2021: mAPs Campus #3 Post-Production with DAN.CIN.LAB in Lyon, France
  • February-April 2021: Post-Production Residencies in the 5 mAPs Countries
  • May 2021: mAPs Collection Release and Launch of mAPs World Tour inclusive TANZRAUSCHEN documentary
  • May 2021-May 2022: mAPs Tour in Markets and Festivals worldwide

mAPs – migrating Artists Project

An international project between five European partners aiming to produce dance films addressing societal issues able to reachout for mass audiences through online platforms, TV channels and cinemas.

The first mAPs collection supported by Creative Europe will target the theme of Power and be composed of four shorts and one documentary.
The 5 films of our first mAPs collection could be screened as a series or as a unique chaptered content of 90 minutes around the theme, boosting Social Dance Films as a real innovative genre into the international market.

mAPs is a project created by Dan.Cin.Lab (France), Coorpi (Italy), Malakta (Finland), Tanzrauschen (Germany) and Athens Video Dance Project (Greece).


Finland / Power • Environment –
Climate Change and Strategies of Power

France / Power • Identities –
Influencers and Casualties of Power

Germany / Power • Process –
Documentary and Analyzing
Creative Processes

Greece / Power • Mutations –
Transformation through Power

Italy / Power • Data –
Digital Supremacy and New Technologies of Power