Get to know the short film MOVING FRANCE. Playing at the Thurs. Aug. 27th Film Festival

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Thursday August 27th. 7pm. Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto

MOVING FRANCE, Musical/Dancing, 3min, France
Directed by Jevan Chowdhury

This short film observes the meeting of 28 dancers and the city of Paris.

Dance, People, Cars, Trains, Planes. Cities are mesmerising. Moving Cities celebrates this. Founded in London in 2014 by Wind & Foster director Jevan Chowdhury, Moving Cities captures international dancers in real settings. So far London, Prague, Paris and Brussels have been captured. This film presses pause for a moment and lets us take a look. A real intersection between art and life, almost dark theatrical show with Parisian traffic as a backdrop.

Original title: Moving Cities: Paris

International Title: Moving Cities: Paris

Country of production: France, United Kingdom

Type: Shortfilm

Category: Art

Genre: Video Art, Art/Installation, Dance

Subject matter: Dance, Expressionism, Speed, City, Culture

Colour: Black & White

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  1. Thank you for starting to Follow my work. A review of your site is both compelling and inspirational. I put a link to Moving Cities series of videos to my latest piece `Human Differences Denied’ as it emphasises the message of the poem: the collective that is humanity minimalizes choice to be different in context to the whole. What Moving Cities accomplishes is conveyance of the message that challenging the hum-drum of `normal’ and conformity is where beauty can be found. Thanks again in both regards.


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