Great that you like it!
That was just a spontaneous trial with a photo-camera and I used it in an experimental short movie.
I do have some more films but in October I will begin to study film at the art-academy, then the number of my films will sourly increase.
Thanks for the comment Jeannette - Auslander is quite an old piece now - 2001
I posted it more from a retrospective point of view than as current work....
the music is quite well known - Henryk Górecki Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 featuring the soloist Dawn Upshaw....
Sorry to have kept silence since you proposed that wonderful workshop idea. I have been very busy as the Director on "OLURONBI" The African Dance Musical, coming up this December 4th & 6th.
I have presented your proposal to the Dance Guild of Nigeria (GOND-National) coupled with some Nollywood Guilds and Associations and they are happy about the idea. However, we have some constraints, most especially in the area of FUNDING. So, I want to ask if you can help us get a sponsor who can take care of your Round-Trip Ticket, Feeding and Remuneration or Fee. We can take care of Accommodation, Venue, Media and other dance materials needed for the project.
On a second note, What date are you looking at? We have to work based on your time.
Thanks a lot
Victor Eze Okwuchukwu
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Hi Jeanette, I love Sandys review - it tells more about the eye of the viewer than the work, as all critics do.
But what the hell is the 'chthonic realm', have never been there? I think the work, especially the slo-mo, allows lots of projection on it.
Best regards Lutz
no organisation that admins this idea that i know of but maybe there's a new project for someone (?) Maybe i could mention this at the next Moves Board meeting. As for BBC BIG SCREENS MOves had its touring program on there... i also had stuff featured at Leeds, Bradford and Manchester. I know the guy that runs Leeds pretty well can supply you with contact if you like? best
Hi Jeanette. Check out the BBC Big Screens (in many cities across the UK) which sometimes feature dance videos and are a quick way to mainstream audiences. I think they are attracted to dance stuff cos it's relatively immediate and the audiences tend to 'encounter' the screens in passing. I know the Leeds screen are always on the look out for new and non commercial content... as for cinemas, you may have some luck with the small independents but i doubt that the major chains will even talk to you. Best.
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