Trailer ‘Moving the Image’ is LIVE

Check out our trailer for

Moving the Image

7 July 19:00 BST (London time)
10 films and 12 countries
+ Q&A’s with filmmakers
Tickets bit.ly/isffevents

International screening times: PDT 11:00 am – EDT 14:00 pm – CEST 20:00 pm – MSK 21:00 pm – IST 23:30 pm – JST 03:00 am (8th July)⁠⁠ – AEST 04:00 am (8th July)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An online screening of international short films that will make you move, in the comfort of your home! Movement tells us an important story on how we frame our world(s), communicate and interact. All our individual experiences meet each other on the common ground of body language.

Moving the Image is curated and produced by InShort Film Festival and ANNE Point. InShortFF promotes independent, inclusive and international short films, and it is a fully volunteer-based initiative. Their program includes F-Rating, meaning they give a shout out to films that are either directed/written/performed by women.

7th July NEW SCREENING DATE “Moving the Image”

📣  NEW SCREENING DATE “MOVING THE IMAGE” 📣

We take the safety and health of our guests, staff and community very seriously, and after careful consideration, we’ve decided to have this event on

Tuesday, 7th July, 19:00 BST
A special online event
+ Q&A’s with the filmmakers
tickets: bit.ly/isffevents

International screening times:
PDT 11:00
EDT 14:00
CEST 20:00
MSK 21:00
IST 23:30
JST 03:00 8th July
AEST 04:00 8th July

‘Moving the Image’ showcases a bold selection of international short films that will make you move.

In this program, movement is our main character who is not just explored through the body, but also through the edit, the sound and the camera lens. Movement tells us an important story on how we frame our world(s), communicate and interact. All our individual experiences meet each other on the common ground of body language.

This event is curated and organised by InShort Film Festival and ANNE•
Please let us know if you have any questions at info@inshortfilmfestival.com

Iwa Pele @ Deptford X Fringe Festival 2018

I would like to invite you to my newest collaboration presented @ Deptford X Fringe Festival 2018:

Iwa Pele – a visual dance research collaboration by Kathrin Gramelsberger with Maarten Krielen and Anne Verheij

Iwa Pele is a concept from the Nigerian Yoruba religion and means balanced character. In Iwa Pele three artists go in search of this balance.
Nigerian-German initiator and choreographer Kathrin Gramelsberger explores her mixed heritage.
Inspired by Orisha – deities of the Yoruba people, this visual dance performance combines video art, Nigerian celebration dances and contemporary dance in a distorted way to discuss tradition and identity creating new points of view.

Live performances @ DeliX on September 2018
22nd 16.00 / 17.00 / 18.00 + Q&A
23rd 14.30 / 15.00 / 15.30 + Q&A
24th 16.30 / 17.30 / 18,.30 + Q&A
FREE ENTRY

Trailer – Do Not Tempt Me – is live!

Over the last months I have been working with Kathrin Gramelsberger, Maarten Krielen and Felix Hildenbrand on the new dance and music performance Do Not Tempt Me.

vimeo.com/242844561

In DO NOT TEMPT ME we see three individuals trapped in each their own worlds.
Perfect worlds with perfect fits but… lonely.

Concept | dance  Maarten Krielen & Kathrin Gramelsberger
Composer | musician  Felix Hildenbrand
Scenography | film  Anne Verheij

film by © ANNE• & Bühnenbiest 2017

ONES @ LSFF 2017

We are excited to announce we are an official selection of the 14th London Short Film Festival! ONES is part of the New Shorts: Experiments: Leftfield + Luscious program.
Get yourself some tickets and come to experiment with us and many others at the start of the new year!

LSFF #14
Date: 8 January 2017
Time: 6.30 pm
Tickets: ICA, Cinema 1, London


ONES
a film by Anne Verheij & Miku Tsuchiya

Across the former pedestrian tunnels of Elephant & Castle the individual’s rhythm beats amidst the pulse of the restless city.

ONES_LSFF©ANNE•2015

Amsterdam, stad uit mijn verhalen – autumn 2016

Amsterdam, stad uit mijn verhalen has truly flourished this autumn 2016!

We want to thank everyone who made this multidisciplinary project (dance, film, live music & spoken word) for and with the beautiful people of the care-homes in Amsterdam and Hogeveen reality!

Thank you to everyone who participated; this project wouldn’t have been such a succes without you and all your beautiful stories.

Thank you AFK, VSBfonds, Fonds Sluyterman van Loo and RCOAK for your financial support.

We are looking forward to meet you in 2017!

Concept | choreography: Kathrin Gramelsberger
Film: Anne Verheij
Music: Felix Hildenbrand
Text: Sjaan Flikweert
Acting: Arthur Kneepkens
Dramaturgisch Advies: Monique Masselink (www.pramuziektheater.nl)
Zakelijk  Advies: Marieke van Delft (www.cultureel-avonturiers.nl)
Amsterdam, Bühnenbiest, 2016

Amsterdam_stad_uit_mijn_verhalen©ANNE•2016

ASV_costume©ANNE•2016ASV_newspaper©ANNE•2016

Summer collaboration with Harriet Latham

This week choreographer and dancer Harriet Latham and I have started our collaboration in which we research site specific improvisations via dance and film.

An impression from our first London based session

backaway©ANNE•2016backward©ANNE•2016 jump©ANNE•2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo’s by © ANNE• 2016

ONES in Japan

A small impression of the showing of ONES in Japan.

An audience member responded:
“This is a reflection of reality on today’s society in which people live in their own bubble. I can feel the loneliness from the film.”

It was a real adventure, because most of the 300 audience members came from outside the city and was not familiar with Contemporary Art. However, as one of the audience members pointed out, they were able to make their own story of what was shown.

ONES_Japan©ANNE•2016ONES_JapanStage©ANNE•2016ONES_Restless©ANNE•2015

ONES on to 2016

Miku and I want to say many thanks to all the wonderful people that came to see ONES in October and a big thank you to Deptford X, Deli X, Abeerance and Jobcentre for having us! It was wonderful to meet you all and hear your responses. You made it a super experience!

We are very excited to tell you that we are working on our second part of the proposed triptych ONES, which will make it’s appearance around March 2016.
Not only will we keep crossing the 9 hour time difference in this project, but we also have added a new country to the mix: China!

Keep in touch by following the process on our blogs and by following us on Facebook & Twitter.

Here are some snap shots from ONES 2015 by © ANNE• 2015.

ONES_Restless©ANNE•2015 ONES_Pulse©ANNE•2015