Dance Films Association (DFA) is dedicated to furthering the art of dance films. Connecting artists and organizations, fostering new works for new audiences and sharing essential resources; DFA seeks to be a catalyst for the production, presentation and preservation of dance on camera. Currently DFA broadens its audience via new media initiatives and membership drives, supports cutting edge approaches to dance documentation, and expands partnerships with schools, arts organizations, media sites, and other institutions. As a member-driven organization, DFA serves by offering Fiscal Sponsorship, Post-Production funding, the Dance on Camera Tour, and discounted Workshops for its range of members including, but not limited to, students interested in learning, individuals interested in created, and organizations interested in presenting. Alongside the Dance on Camera co-presented by DFA and the Film Society of Lincoln Center, DFA offers year-round programming such as the Dance Film Lab and Films That Move series.