Vienna Hit by Anna Vasof
WEAKNESS OF THE FLESH
"Concrete, when dry, cemented and stuck. The body, delicate. When the mind is pushed, the potential of the defense system is revealed. Blank canvases and raw environments. The complexities of human nature exposed. Depth of understanding to the natural course. Society's normality can’t enslave us. The mind pushes to the body. The mind pushes towards the weak flesh. A rebound effect that continues. This is a universal temptation that repeats through time."
Filmed in Los Angeles, USA
Directors: Kevin McGloughlin + Jacob Jonas
Choreographer: Jacob Jonas
Featuring: Emma Rosenzweig-Bock
Music & Sound Design: Max Cooper
Vocal: Samad Khan
Cinematographer & Color: Shaun Boyte
Animation & Edit: Kevin McGloughlin
Assistant Editor: Joy Isabella Brown
Jacob Jonas The Company
Executive Producer/Creative Director: Jacob Jonas
Producers: Jill Wilson, Emma Rosenzweig-Bock, Mathieu Wothke
Associate Producers: Joy Isabella Brown, Francisco Cruz, Steve Hackman, Emily Kikta, Rubberlegz, Anibal Sandoval, Mike Tyus, Peter Walker
Music: Max Cooper
Video: Páraic Mc Gloughlin
Choreography and editing by Anna Engerström. Danced by Anna Engerström and Amy Van De Wetering.
"Thank you Amy3 I do not own the rights to this music."
Danced by Anna Engerström and Santeena Reid.
Director, Choreographer and editor: Anna Engerström.
Filmed by Ben Marshall.
FACELESS_VOICELESS - interactive audiovisual performance
by Klaus Obermaier
“Aria” with lil Buck
Directed by Benjamin Millepied
Produced by Dimitri Chamblas
Music Laurent Millepied
Lil Buck with Icons of Modern Art
A short film where Lil Buck dances us through a tour of the Shchukin collection at Fondation Louis Vuitton.
Featuring: Lil Buck
Director: Andrew Margetson
Director of photography: Martin de Chabaneix
Editor: David Webb
Music: Evgueni & Sacha Galperine
Executive producers: Marieke Tricoire, Christelle Tastet
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