Directed, choreographed and edited by Thales Ferreira, and filmed by Maria Duarte and Yann Waise, “Collapse” uses contemporary movement to illustrate the space between sleep and wakefulness. Ferreira and Waise are joined on screen by Alice Castanho, Bruno Bernardini, Isadora Lobo, Margarita Torres and Maria Duarte in an exploration of the ordered chaos of bodies […]
Directed by Elizabeth Wadium, “Elemental” explores the versatile power of hip hop to illustrate the natural environment. The video features dancer Solomon Roller and a sound score composed by Aaron Granat, which was recorded on location and molded into a composition that sharpens the emotional undertones of Roller’s movements.
This exciting collaboration between b-boy Jegor Gordejev, aka Ego, and composer Andrey Zhilsky takes us on a journey of movement and music. The video features Gordejev and Zhilsky creatively break-dancing around a stark white room with guitars. Color Us With Sounds – Andrey Zhilsky & Ego youtu.be
It’s safe to say that professional ballet dancers all have one thing in common: getting bit by the ballet bug at a very early age. Pacific Northwest Ballet corps member Elle Macy is no exception. Macy, who joined the company in 2012 as an apprentice, started dancing at age 5, and turned her childhood passion […]
We may not all speak the same language, but we can all “speak” dance—an idea that’s celebrated in a totally joyful new short film, “Rue Montorgueil.” Featuring Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater members grooving alongside people of all different backgrounds and nationalities in one of Paris’ most famous streets, the vid is a beautiful illustration […]
Merritt Moore is a ballerina who just so happens to be graduating from Oxford University with a PhD in quantum physics. Is she even human? The jury is still out on that – but the 29-year-old, who earned her undergrad degree from Harvard, has actually found dance to be a powerful tool that assists her […]