An amazing line-up of stars in my viewfinder last night at The Scala at the Wavemaker launch of "weareprojectzero"! Including The Strypes, Will Heard, Hidden Charms, Mick Taylor, Bernard Fowler & Ronnie Wood (below). Visit www.weareprojectzero.org for more info!
All photos by Foteini Christofilopoulou www.foteini.com
The films can be seen here: http://www.postcardsfilms.com/pages/films.html
Whilst in Jeju, South Korea - delivering a mobile-device filmmaking project, and making a documentary, me and my UCA Farnham (UK) students went with some students from NLCS, Jeju to the beach for the morning and made this little dance film. We had a lot of fun, and a really pleased with the finished result. Take a look at the film (below).
The Harubang are the Gods that protect the islanders in Jeju, South Korea. This short dance film explores the myths and traditions around the Harubang and how they are seen by the new generation of South Koreans.
This film was made as a result of a unique collaboration between staff and students from UCA Farnham (UK) and NLCS, Jeju (South Korea).
Choreographer: Claire Benson
Filmmaker: Anton Califano
This is a short piece of video I shot last week for Greg Billingsley for his Remembrance dance piece which is currently a 'work in progress'. This video is from the 2nd rehearsal which took place at the English National Ballet.
Rose has come to the studio to dance away her grief for the loss of her partner Albert who was shot on the Front Line. His spirit joins her and they dance one last time and she has a vision of the moment of his death.
Choreography: Wayne Eagling
Rose: Elena Glurjidze
Albert : Simon Williams
Music: 'What Passion Cannot Music Raise or Quell' from Handel's Ode For St Cecilia's day
My short documentary about Vocab Dance's unique project exploring gang culture on Britain's housing estates has been voted into the Final of the Film of the Month competition for July 2015. In the first round Shooting People's members who are predominantly made up of independent filmmakers and actors vote for their favourite film. The top 5 films then go through to the final round - with votes being reset, The final top 3 films after the second round of voting then are sent the judge, who this month is Asif Kapadia, the BAFTA winning director of Amy and Senna. He will then choose his overall winner.
See the leaderboard here:
The Siemens film "Leon's London" can be seen here: