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BEEN SO LONG , NETFLIX, FEATURE FILM
Romance, rage and revenge. Been So Long is a neon soaked, modern day romance set on the streets of London’s musical hot-bed of Camden. We follow Simone (Michaela Coel), a dedicated single mother who, on a rare night on the town is charmed by a handsome yet troubled stranger, Raymond (Arinzé Kene), igniting old and new feelings. Set against the backdrop of an ever-changing city, Been So Long is a fresh take on love, life and moving on.
DIRECTED BY: EDIFICE SHORT FILM. 40 MINS (POST PRODUCTION) RELEASE 2021 SYNOPSIS. A dance theatre film adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s tragedy SALOMÉ. Through this dark, voyeuristic lens EDIFICE Dance Theatre explores themes of gender, sexuality, morality and death. "Mixing passion, violence and pure eroticism" (Rye News). The film is a collaboration with award winning director Alfred George Bailey, couture designer Jess Eaton and was shot on location in the three-storey 14th century monastery of Alex MacArthur Interiors. PRESS. https://www.ryenews.org.uk/culture/sin-takes-over-the-monastery (Review of the live show) TEAM/CAST. Produced by:EDIFICE Dance Theatre, Alex MacArthur Interiors and Steven Moffett Productions Concept and choreography: EDIFICE Dance Theatre Costumes: Jess Eaton, Nathalie David Composer: Philip O'Meara Performers: Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis, Fabio Dolce, Andre Kamienski, Tom Wohlfahrt, Vasiliki Papapostolou DOP: Matteo Bangrazi EDIFICE Dance Theatre, Alex MacArthur Interiors and Steven Moffett Productions have co-produced this re-imagined version for the camera of the original production of SALOMÉ which EDIFICE created in Spring 2019 with support from Arts Council England, The Cockpit Theatre (London) and St Mary in the Castle (Hastings).
Edifice is about relationships built very much like a house. Isolated forms bend, flow and connect to create a unified mass. A structure that shelters and nurtures those within. Directed, shot and edited by Rogerio Silva Choreographed and performed by Carmine De Amicis and Harriet Waghorn Music by Alaskan Tapes "Then Suddenly, Everything Changed" Carmine and Harriet set out to explore a hybrid approach to Latin American dance and Contact Improvisation. The goal was to create devices and qualities to establish a singular body dialogue, starting with the connection principles of both those dances. Together they developed the hybrid partnering language that informed the choreographic process and aimed to explore themes like blurred and permeable boundaries, migration and integration, intuition and growth. As I watched the rehearsals, I was taken with the honesty of the movement and how Carmine and Harriet supported each other equally throughout. There were no gender roles and I liked that they could reverse their roles and everything would still work. I approached the shoot with this in mind and tried to capture the piece in a way that shows both their weaknesses and strengths equally. Follow me on Instagram: @rogeriosilvadir
I STILL BREATHE
Following George Floyd's killing and the global Black Lives Matter movement, British filmmaker Alfred George Bailey set out to document the impact and response within a group of young Londoners in a deeply emotional and personal film. I Still Breathe is a documentary about a group of socially aware young adults who give extraordinary and deeply emotional testimonies of being black, mixed race and white in London, England. They passionately react to the impact of George Floyd's brutal and unnecessary killing which has sent shockwaves globally. The response to this inhumane act has been an awakening in the collective social consciousness, and "Black Lives Matter" has echoed around the world. But what will happen now? Will power and privilege continue to turn a blind eye? Or will the new generation see what the current custodians have achieved for good and ill, and come together to right the wrongs of the past to bring in a new era of hope for the future? “I STILL BREATHE” is a statement of hope for the world because, Sometimes the most profound messages come from the voices that are unheard.
TENOME I Official Trailer (2018)
Tenome is a blind, humanoid creature who sees through eyes embedded into the palms of its hands. In this work EDIFICE Dance Theatre draws on the notion of ‘seeing’ through touch, flesh contact and intuition.Combining the flow of Contact Improvisation and the rhythms and dynamics of Ballroom, ‘Tenome’ invites you on a journey of discovery into the unknown. TEAM/CAST. Directed by: EDIFICE Dance Theatre Creative Producer: Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis, Beth Cinamon Performers: Andre Kamienski, Carmine De Amicis, Fabio Dolce, Harriet Waghorn Composer: Dominic James Costume Designer: Anna Sances Dramaturgical Advisors: Dave Wybrow, Lou Cope Lighting Designer: Sherry Coenen PREVIOUS TOURING: London: The Place, The Cockpit Hastings: St Mary In The Castle TENOME (Eyes on Hand) is supported by the Arts Council England and is a co-production with EDIFICE Dance Theatre, The Cockpit and St Mary in the Castle. To follow EDIFICE Dance Theatre: Website: https://www.edificedancetheatre.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/edificedancetheatre/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/edificedancetheatre/
NZOBELLA - Desire Change (Acoustic) feat. Cait Davies & Tom Donald (Official Music Video)
Desire Change is a song and video about having to let go of someone you love in order to fully discover yourself. It's about going through an intense breakup, that pull and push factor - not wanting to hurt that person anymore by leaving but not being able to resist the desire to change and explore something new. https://lnk.to/desirechange A Film By Vincenzo Di Bella Performers : Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis Directed by : Matteo Bangrazi, Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis DOP : Matteo Bangrazi Steadicam Operator : Tommaso Colelli Choreography : EDIFICE Dance Theatre Colourist : Matteo Bangrazi Music Composition : Vincenzo Di Bella (NZOBELLA) Vocalist : Cait Davies Backing Vocalist : Raffaele Crolla Pianist : Tom Donald Cellist : Lucinda Skinner Lyrics by : Vincenzo Di Bella & Caitlin Rees Davies Special thanks to Cooke Optics Shot on Cooke FF+ Anamorphics
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