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Phillip Kaminiak walks us through the concentric imagery, stunning drone shots and bustling city atmosphere which characterises his compelling dance piece.
We speak to Joshua Stocker about experimenting with thermal images and the after wake of writhing movements for his exciting high-energy dance film.
Bram VanderMark discusses exploring the burden of carrying your memories with you through deeply-felt choreography and a wistful score for Films.Dance.
Alex Fischman Cárdenas reveals how the spontaneous method of filmmaking for his dance short came together cohesively in the editing room.
Ridwan Adeniyi Abdullateef discusses blending chaotic-seeming shaky cam footage with smooth drone footage to showcase the unique dancing of the Baju tribe.
Jacob Jonas explains how he and his Cinematographer Jessica Young developed the vast, story-driven lighting for their minimal music video.
Kristian van Kuijk describes shooting with a vintage Bolex for his expressive 16mm dance film which re-imagines the use of descriptive audio.
Joy Isabella Brown breaks down how she created the visceral feel of dance short 'Box Out' through close camerawork and basketball-inspired choreography.
Caraz discusses the unpredictable and childlike choreography behind her surreal dance exploration of the dichotomy between childhood and adulthood.
Co-Directors Kevin McGloughlin & Jacob Jonas talk to DN about the organic and collaborative process behind surreal dance short 'Weakness of the Flesh'.
Torben Loth explains the importance of thematic synthesis between environment and choreographed movement for his primal dance short 'Torn'.
Vincent René-Lortie explains his desire to focus in on the underestimated power of childhood expression for his Films.Dance short 'Sit Still'.
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