Congratulations to the winner: Delicatessen by Fenglin Chen
It is with great joy that I can announce that my newest film Undercurrent is accepted into the London Short Film Festival 2018!
The festival runs from 12th – 21st of January 2018.
We find ourselves uncomfortably close with a dancer on screen. Are we allowed to possess her?
She is oblivious to her spectators until the momentum changes and she becomes aware that she is no longer alone.
On the verge of losing possession of her body she takes control, turning her attention to the camera and the audience behind it. Encroaching on them, like a predator stalking its prey.
It has been an amazing experience to have ONES screened overseas in such an excellent and one of a kind festival!
Thank you to everyone who came to watch ONES and we look forward to hear from you.
More on the making of the ONES triptych soon!
A big thank you from Miku and I for everyone who came to see and support
ONES VANISHING POINT!
Thank you Deptford X for having and supporting us.
Thank you Deli X for letting us screen in your wonderful venue.
Most exciting news!
ONES is a collaboration between Dutch visual artist Anne Verheij and Japanese choreographer Miku Tsuchiya, in which film and dance are explored across the former pedestrian tunnels of Elephant & Castle, London.
Juxtaposing two dance films created from the same footage, ONES captures the individual’s rhythm beating amidst the pulse of the restless city.
ONES – 2 women, 2 countries, 2 disciplines – 1 film
Concept | camera | montage – Anne Verheij
Performance | montage – Miku Tsuchiya
Sound design – Jack Goodwin
© ANNE• 2015
The Outlet Dance Project is committed to providing artists who identify or have identified as women an opportunity to share their artistic vision through site-specific dance, film, and work created for the stage. In partnership with Grounds For Sculpture – an internationally renowned contemporary sculpture park – collaboration, community building, and interdisciplinary experimentation are an integral part of the festival. The Outlet is dedicated to supporting all traditional and nontraditional dance forms. The festival celebrates the intersections of visual and moving arts, exploring relationships between sculpture and dance, between place and movement.
Miku and I have some very exciting news:
ONES VANISHING POINT will be screened during Deptford X Fringe Festival!
@ Deli X, 156 Deptford High Street, SE8 3PQ
22 – 30 September 2017
Mon – Fri 09.00–18.30
In ONES VANISHING POINT the audience is drawn into a world of strong visual movement, where we lose our sense of gravity and direction. The inseparable relationship between the interior and exterior is tested. The 7-minute video installation dives under the skin of brutalist architecture where echoes of mankind linger.
Photo by © ANNE• 2017