Directed by Liam Price Footage from the Women’s March in Austin, Texas 2018
Directed by Emily Rose Weinstein Debut music visuals for angst-ridden, urban track ’18th Dec’ by Mumbai-based rapper Tienas, aka Bobby Boucher — self named on account of a speech impediment he was born with, which incredibly disappears whenever he raps.
Directed by Leyla Bikbulatova Dance video with a focus on questions around identity and its fluidity, meaning that culture and popular media create a define imprint on people’s unconsciousness and the way we see ourselves and others in the world
Directed by Leigh Bloomfield A story of the beauty of nature.
Directed by Greedy Goons Experimental holistic visual accompaniment to 1/5th of Seth Scott’s release ‘Cathedral Ruins of the Old You’ on the independent London record label PLZ Make It Ruins. The Fader called it a ‘half surreal art installation and half BTS footage from Avatar.’
Directed by Roswitha Chesher A story of love…. life and its many changes, meeting, sharing, caring, dependency, and loss.
Directed by Angèle Methangkool-Robert To draw a beautiful letter, the calligrapher must have a perfect hand gestural. More generally, gestural that we can see in any hand writing is telling something from the one who wrote it. Dancers are telling things with body, gestural, and movements. The way someone is moving are telling a lot… Continue reading MOVEMENT NEVER LIES Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Experimental Festival March 2019
Directed by Adrian Hashimi In a life inundated with boundaries, the most difficult to overcome is the confinement of the mind.
Directed by Corynne Bisson Let Her Out is a non-linear and non-narrative portrayal of a woman with a necessity to move. This necessity to move comes from a deep examination of self, relationships and the world she is wrapped up in. A transformation place on screen as the dancer moves through her own examination and… Continue reading LET HER OUT Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Experimental Festival March 2019
Directed by Tim Jockel HYPRA explores the relationship between dance and digital art. The dancers energetic expressions take the viewer on an accelerating journey while evolving light visuals react, intersect or reflect back on his movement.