Tag Archives: dance

A complete artistic revolution

I am so thrilled to have snatched last minute tickets to see at Helsinki’s Opera tonight the dance piece In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated by one of my favourite artists ever, dancer and choreographer William Forsythe.  I first saw his work Eidos:Telos … Continue reading

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Dancing in the night

At Night, They Dance is one family’s story. Filmed gorgeously without interviews or the use of a narrative voice, Isabelle Lavigne and Stéphane Thibault’s film takes us into the heart of a fierce clan of women, women who have been … Continue reading

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Dancing to the brink

I was not sure what to expect. They had booked me in for a quicky interview with the choreographer Ginette Laurin, director of the iconic Montreal dance company O Vertigo and a little bit of rehearsals filming time. Not sure … Continue reading

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Dancing with the kids

I had the great pleasure of spending time with the exquisite choreographer Hélène Langevin of the youth dance troupe Bouge de là. Inspired by the sea for her latest show, Vieux Thomas et la petite fée, I asked her to … Continue reading

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Ballroom Dancing Champions

Delving into the intense world of dance, this is a short feature I did two weeks ago on France’s ballroom danse champions.  Steeve Gaudet and Laure Colmard came to Vancouver to make it into the World cup Finals, competing against the best dancers in … Continue reading

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