ScreenDance Miami Festival 2020

January 15, 16, 18, 2020 | The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse

January 18, 2020 | Perez Art Museum Miami

January 19, 2020 | O Cinema South Beach

January 10, 17, 24, 2020 | New World Symphony Wallcast at Miami Beach’s Soundscape Park

Awarded Best Festival in Miami New Times – ScreenDance Miami is a festival that takes place each January at various venues in Miami and Miami Beach. The festival offers skill-developing workshops, panel discussions and screenings. Created and developed by Tigertail Productions, ScreenDance Miami is moving into its seventh year with continued direction by Pioneer Winter.

Program Schedule

Jan 10-24, 2020

Fri, Jan 10 |Projection Wall Screening at Soundscape Park | Free RSVP (below)

  • 8pm | Feature Film – Reset / Relève: Histoire d’une Création | RSVP

Weds, Jan 15 | The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse | Tickets and Free RSVP (below)

  • 5pm | Workshop by collaborators Roxana Barba and Claudio Marcotulli | Buy Tickets
  • 7pm | Feature Film – Feelings Are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer | RSVP

Thurs, Jan 16 | The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse | Tickets (below)

  • 3pm | Workshop: Cinematography for Beginners | Buy Tickets
  • 5pm | Workshop: Feminine Perspectives on Making ScreenDances | Buy Tickets
  • 7pm | Cuban Dance for Camera Short Films + Panel Discussion | RSVP

Fri, Jan 17 |Projection Wall Screening at Soundscape Park | Free RSVP (below)

  • 8:00pm | Short Film – Flickering Glades | RSVP
  • 8:10pm | Feature Film – Nora | RSVP
  • 8:45pm | Short Film – Soliloquy | RSVP

Sat, Jan 18 | The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse | Tickets (below)

  • 9am | Workshop: Media Draft Lab| Tickets

Sat, Jan 18 | Perez Art Museum Miami | Included with Museum Admission, Tickets (below)

  • 12pm | Open Call Short Films Screening Program 1 + Q&A | BUY TICKETS
    • Short Films: Zenu; From Here to There (World Premiere); And the People Could Fly 

  • 2pm | Open Call Short Films Screening Program 2 + Q&A | BUY TICKETS
    • Short Films: Muntu Child (World Premiere); Stage 3 (World Premiere); Have You Seen Her Now (World Premiere); badguy (World Premiere); Strategic Retreat (Florida Premiere); itsy bitsy; Embodiment (Florida Premiere); Escuchar (Florida Premiere); Nostalgia in Domicella (US Premiere)

Sun, Jan 19 | O Cinema South Beach | Tickets (below) 

  • 1pm | Feature Film – Florida Premiere of Cunningham | Buy Tickets

Fri, Jan 24 |Projection Wall Screening at Soundscape Park | Free RSVP (below)

  • 8pm | Feature Film Screening – In the Steps of Trisha Brown RSVP


Pioneer Winter is a Miami-based choreographer, and director of the Pioneer Winter Collective. His Collective provides a platform for risk-taking, progressive, and experimental projects by democratizing performance through unexpected bodies, unexpected places, and unexpected social change. Through his Collective, Winter also directs/produces several programs, including Leaders of Equality through Arts and Performance (LEAP), for LGBTQ-identifying teens and their allies that focuses on using the arts for activism and social change; and the Grass Stains fellowship, a site-specific performance initiative that mentors and commissions artists interested in creating site-based and public artwork in Miami through a close collaboration with acclaimed site choreographer Stephan Koplowitz.

In 2016, he was appointed director of Tigertail Production’s ScreenDance Miami Festival and has continued as director with its transition to Miami Light Project’s programming. His own films works have been screened at festivals internationally, most recently in the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival, LA Dance Film Festival, ScreenDance Miami, Miami Film Festival, Cucalorus Film Festival, Corvallis Queer Film Festival, Tiny Dance Film Festival, Chicago Feminist Film Festival, Jacksonville Dance Film Festival, Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes y Arte sobre Enfermedades in Valencia, Spain, and American Dance Festival’s Movies by Movers.

A Horatio Alger Scholar, he is an alumnus of the Florida International University Honors College, and holds a Masters in Public Health and Epidemiology. Winter completed a Master of Fine Arts in Choreography from Jacksonville University/White Oak, as the first artist to be named a Dennis R. Washington Achievement Scholar. He was a Dance Miami Choreographic Program recipient (2014-2015) and Miami Goes Elsewhere Fellowship recipient (2016), and is a fellow and faculty member in the FIU Honors College Department. He was also awarded a commission and residency for the inaugural 2017-2018 season of the MDC Live Arts Lab Alliance.