How is it possible for body and mind to exist as an integrated whole? The Chilean neurobiologist Francisco Varela devoted his entire life – from childhood to death to answering this question.
The 18 minute “Connecting” documentary is an exploration of the future of Interaction Design and User Experience from some of the industry’s thought leaders.
An excerpt from the feature documentary, Artists in Exile: A Story of Dance in San Francisco. This clip highlights Contraband, a highly physical multidisciplinary dance company active in the Bay Area from the 1980’s -1990’s.
A film documentary based on two creative process; the acclaimed dance performance HELL created by dance company Emio Greco | PC in 2006 (Amsterdam, Holland) and the personal interpretation and inspiration through cinematography by film director and scriptwriter Maite Bermudez (Maracaibo, Venezuela).
Inspiration, understanding, crashing and discovering what it is inside of a dance creative process. Imagining Hell, a tango of thoughts, dreams, images, sounds and fantasies reflecting and communicating possible representations of Hell.
Filmmaker Luc Peter accompanies acclaimed Swiss contemporary dancer and choreographer Gilles Jobin as he and his eclectic troupe of dancers work on ?The Moebius Strip 2001 in London and Paris. Classically trained Jobin’s singular approach tells stories in a very special and specific way, where time is treated as an elastic, infinite strip. Capturing the essence of contemporary dance – a rich art form that combines movement, rhythm and use of space – Peter’s documentary gives a fascinating insight into how an artist like Jobin works and lives. Absorbing and intriguing, the film works well as a companion piece to Peter’s film about performance artist ?La Ribot, who is Jobin’s partner and the mother of his son.
The Draughtsman is an immersion in Marcel·lí’s work, life, creative processes and artistic obsessions. The drawing of a large mural and a series of animations build up the fabric of the film, which, narrated in the first person, shows us this artist’s own private universe.
The Draughtsman takes a look at contemporary art, from the beginning of the eighties until today, through Marcel·lí’s performances and installations.