Short Films Programme 4: Between Spaces
2023 | UK | 9’ Directors: Hugo Glendinning, Rosemary Lee Music: Isaac Lee-Kronick
Hugo Glendinning and Rosemary Lee’s short film reveals the ephemerality of dance through the experimental use of animation and slow shutter speed.
2020 | UK | 5’21” Director / Choreographer: Anna MacDonald Composer / Sound: Franz Schubert’s Du bist die Ruh transcribed by Liszt played by Takashi Sato
This film emerged from a series of workshops with people who live with chronic pain, where participants spoke about the endless adjustments, and tiring dynamic planning, that moving with pain requires.
SYMPHONY OF SKILLS
2022 | UK | 2’55” Director / Choreographer: Karen Wood Company: Fabric
Rhythm, tap dance and history weave together to create a symphonic arrangement. Improvisation and composition synergise.
TASTING AN ORGANISED DREAM
2023 | Ireland | 16’8” Director / Choreographer: Alex Vostokova Composer / Sound: Jack Foster
“I’ve been eagerly looking for a space to cultivate dreams. Not where, but how? A decision was made to use the body as a tool, perhaps a hammer, to dissolve the limbo between real and imaginary space.”
2023 | Ireland | 6’12” Director / Choreographer: Kat Cooley Composer / Sound: Cormac Byrne
Chameleon explores a world of three figures. Drawing on infl uences from anamorphosis and trompe l’oeil, Chameleon will leave you questioning what you saw and what you didn’t.
2021 | USA | 7’10” Director / Choreographer: Dan Su Composer / Sound: Dan Su, Aaron Granat Company: Kinobrain College / University: University of Wisconsin
A tribute to the stark brutalist architecture of the George L. Mosse Humanities Building at University of Wisconsin. Combining haunting choreography and a harsh, industrial-techno score.
2023 | Canada | 5’ Director: Marlene Millar Choreographer: Sandy Silva Composer / Sound: Sandy Silva, Jean Fréchette Company: Migration Dance Film Productions
OFFERING creates a meaningful and joyful convergence between the Migration Dance Film Project’s body percussion artists and emerging artists from dance (gigue, contemporary, street) and circus arts.
YN Y GOLAU (IN-VISIBLE LIGHT)
2023 | UK | 12’25” Directors: Kate Lawrence, Joanna Wright Choreographer: Kate Lawrence Composer / Sound: Alex Ashcroft Company: Vertical Dance Kate Lawrence
Experimental Vertical Dance film, following two dancers on a journey through natural light phenomena.
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