Scottish Ballet dancers Madeline Squire and Javier Andreu discover each other as they explore a labyrinthine derelict Glaswegian swimming pool. A high-energy piece choreographed by Sophie Laplane, with music by British-born, Boston-based electro musician John Xela.
“This is a short and personal piece about my life as a photographer, when I am not on assignment, shooting for clients in the outdoor, travel or lifestyle industry. In February 2016 a camera followed me on a trip to the beautiful Faroe Islands shooting landscapes in medium format, enjoying wild nature and a harsh environment that creates a scenery and mood that I love for photos and that makes me feel very alive.” — Lars Schneider
“This video for ‘Candy’ is very special to me because I don’t usually make ‘dance’ music videos. […] With this song I felt like it NEEDED to be a dance video.”
“I made this film at a turning point in my life. I met someone and I dropped everything to be with her, thousands of miles from home. This was my way of coming to terms with the past and allowing myself to be happy.”
Man vs Machine evolves into Nature vs Structure, Form vs Function and ultimately becomes a playful discourse about nature, animals and conflict.
Nzingha Prescod is the #2 ranked women’s foil fencer in the United States. In 2015, Nzingha became the first African-American woman to win an individual medal at the Senior World Championships. Should she medal individually in Rio at the 2016 Summer Olympics, she will be the first African-American woman to do so in the history of the sport.
A video montage with a few of the many examples of clever and beautiful use of light and shadows throughout Béla Tarr’s filmography.
A very special live version of the song ‘Bloom’, performed by Thom Yorke this year in Paris. ‘Bloom’ is taken from ‘The King of Limbs’ album, released by Radiohead in 2011.
“There is no simple answer to the question of who Jane Birkin is. For the past fifty years, she has been hailed as a bohemian sex goddess and a symbol of libertinism.”
Music video for ‘The Traveler’, by Beach House, taken from “Thank Your Lucky Stars” album, released in 2015.