A stop motion animated film which aims to raise awareness of how deadly dangerous dance can be These are dark times. The growing amount of political, social and environmental issues fill the agendas of millions of concerned people around the world. You may think that in our modern and thorough[…]
An intense, intimate and beautiful journey into the mind of Alba, a 16-year-old ballet dancer at the acclaimed Corella Dance Academy in Barcelona. Her inner thoughts start to question the life she is leading, her lost adolescence, and her place in the world. Director’s Statement I was really wary of[…]
An improvised dance performance by Tamisha Guy, based on an original musical composition itself adapting and inspired by Breton Afternoon, a poem by Ernest Christopher Dowson originally published in the late 19th Century.
“Just Dance: The Xoe Xapoian Story” is a short documentary film focusing on the life of Xoe Xapoian, an actress, model and dancer who lost her leg in an unfortunate car accident just one year ago. Drawing upon an inner reserve of strength, willpower and love, she has been able[…]
One woman’s universe expands the more she connects with her lover. An intimate lesbian love story told in contemporary dance, The Ocean celebrates love’s ultimate triumph over fear. Director’s Statement When Wallis first mentioned The Ocean – a new devotional song for her partner Tracey – I prodded her on[…]
While waiting alone in a bus station, uncertain and insecure, one woman fights the urge to isolate herself and instead connects to the strangers around her to build a community. Set to an original song created specifically for the project (now available on all digital streaming platforms), E T A[…]
Shot in one take we follow an ambitious dancer in the moment she finds out she’s pregnant and is then forced to put her emotions aside for the final day of rehearsals of her latest show. Her understudy eagerly awaits for an opportunity to step out, but as the choreography[…]
DANCE is a silent film for the digital age about how technology has affected modern courtship rituals. “Max”, our antihero, is paradoxically consumed by both self-centeredness and loneliness. Having ceded control of his social interactions to the perfectly curated world of his phone, he finds himself craving a meaningful relationship.[…]
A man becomes entwined in a battle between light and dark. A dance performance by Paul Vickers, based on a poem by Lewis Carroll.
Golden Gates is a one shot, slow motion music video for Australian band, Sundown Jury. It shows the surreal moments of a young girl’s dream, and as she dances her way along the path laid out before her, the surrounding world changes, guiding us through an abstract story that explores[…]