” The programme brings together Chiaki Nagano and Takahiko Iimura’s collaborations with butoh pioneers Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno. Connecting these works to present-day conceptions of movement, society, and technology is In Passing. “
17 September 6.00pm @ BarbicanCinema 1 Tickets: CLICK HERE The in-venue festival screenings are from 16 – 19 September at Barbican.
The festival goes online from 20 – 30 September 2021 [ UK only ] @ Barbican’s Cinema on Demand platform
A short film about navigating the invisible to connect. Through movement and unexpected camera angles we try to find our way into the 24/7 world in which we start to lose connection with ourselves and others. How close can the digital age bring us together and which borders do we cross?
A short film about navigating the invisible to connect. Through movement and unexpected camera angles we try to findour way into the 24/7 world in which we start to lose connection with ourselves and others.
There is no guidebook on how to survive the agonising hurricane of pain when you find your most intimate self betrayed. Trapped between walls of pain, you try to fight your way out.In fight for breath, love balances us sharply on hopes blade. Anne Verheij – director, cinematographer, editor Kathrin Gramelsberger – dancer Cassie Kinoshi – composer
Across the ten days 16-25 October Bolton Film Festival will be bringing you over 200 award winning short films to the comfort of your home (UK online only). As well as offering great films we’re hosting industry talks and masterclasses with some of the best creative forces in film both behind and in front of the camera. Bolton International Film Festival takes pride in showcasing the best in emerging and established short film talent.
My film In Passing with MikuTsuchiya is part of the online program SPECIAL JURY MENTIONS by WILDDOGS International Screendance Festival (Calgary, Canada)!
WATCH this program on 13 September 2020
Click on =>> WildDogs YouTube channel 11:00am-1:30pm (11:00-13:30) MDT and again 6:00pm-7:30pm (18:00 – 19:30) MDT
It runs 67 minutes and will screen twice during this time slot. Live chat will be available during these live screening hours.
FULL PROGRAM: A Mysterious Road Director Peng Hsiao-yin Special Jury Mention TAIWAN About Inertia Director Tom Tsai Special Jury Mention USA The Woman Director, Monica Field Special Jury Mention USA In Passing Director Anne Verheij Special Jury Mention UK Vlek Submitter Doke Pauwels Special Jury Mention SOUTH AFRICA Keepers of the Rock Director Zoe Abrigo Special Mention: Student Film USA Bookanima Director SHON KIM Special Jury Mention Republic of SOUTH KOREA Video Project #State Director Daniel Navaro Lorenzo Special Jury Mention UK Gaslight Director Good John Special Jury Mention AUSTRALIA
My newest short film In Passing is screening at this years Deptford X Fringe Festival!
Come and see it at DeliX, 156 Deptford High Street, London
Open daily from 9am – 6.30pm
24 October – 2 November 2019
Monday – Saturday
In Passing A short film about navigating the invisible to connect. Through movement and impossible camera angles we try to find our way into the 24/7 world in which we start to lose connection with ourselves and others. How close can the digital age bring us together and which borders do we cross?
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
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.
Last month Miku and I took our collaboration to the next boarder: Japan!
We have explored Japan’s city Tokyo and the rural environment of the Izu Peninsula through film and movement.
Whilst filming the theme of the individual versus the mass crept into our frame. Not only does Japan have millions of people living in just one city or travelling over the many highways and train tracks, it also has a great individual disconnect with its direct surroundings.
Dark subject matters as loneliness and the high suicide rate amongst the young generation made their appearance.
The beauty of Japan’s unplanned architectural compositions, however, gave us calligraphy lines to move and explore.
Miku and I are looking to deepen this movement research in a country that has so many beautiful contrasts.
So stay tuned for more exciting projects across borders @AnnePointNL
More news and developments from us on our ONES collaboration soon straight from Japan @AnnePointNL !
ONES COUNTERPOINT depicts the inner voice of a haunted woman by crawling under her moving skin. The interior and exterior are brought together by the three elements of water, wind and earth. As the lines between movement and manipulation blur, the woman’s calm facade cracks, revealing something dark and mysterious that makes its way to the surface.
In ONES COUNTERPOINT Anne Verheij (NL) and Miku Tsuchiya (Japan) cross the vast distance between the UK and Japan via internet to make their second diptych (the first being nominated at LSFF 2017 for Best Experimental Short Film). Their two individually created contemporary dance films, made from the same footage, are juxtaposed on a single screen where the soundtrack, especially created out of the field recordings they made in the UK and Japan, bring them together.