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REVEALING LIGHT


Looking as if she were plucked out of a Caravaggio, Roya is framed by a dark & dreamy surrounding. At home she moves like a ghost along the walls. This place feels foreign.

She is maternal, loving and protective. She is shown in various vignettes that refer to mysticism and symbolic feminism. Her body contorts and changes shapes, attempting to free herself from the constraints of her emotional state. She's a Mad Woman. Feel more at GLASSbook.

DIRECTOR: Elena Vazintaris
PRODUCTION: Carmella Re
POST PRODUCTION: Picture Farm




THE BUSTDOWN



This is an experiment in dance, an exercise that captures the subtleties of movement, the physicality of the subject and the exploration of emotion. Photographed through an active fashion lens in stark black & white, the end result is a showcase of the human body in a constant state of motion...

PERFORMERS: Ezra Aspects, Ryan John, Nickemil Concepcion, Javier Ninja, Marina Lazzaretto, Dakota Moore, Natasha Markwick, L'ka Taigushanova, Joe Buffa, Juls Lozovaia, Julian Devine, Karen Ng, James Hall, Sophia Lavonne, Colin Alexander, Braeden Wright, Sebastian Andres

STRUCTURED TRANCENDENCE

DIRECTOR/CHOREOGRAPHER: Elena Vazintaris
EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER: Jim Lafferty
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Eduardo Valderrama
FASHION STYLIST: Ross Erin Martineau
MAKEUP/GROOMING: Karla Hirkaler
SCORE: Greg Lawrence
POST PRODUCTION: Picture Farm


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YO NO SE



Choreographed by Alan Danielson and directed by Natalia Chinchilla, the vibrant performance is built around two tracks by the Books. Each cut hails from one of the duo’s gilded full-length classics. We open with “Explanation Mark” from 2003’s The Lemon of Pinkand quickly move into “Deafkids,” which closed out their debut album Thought for Food (2001). 

DIRECTOR: Natalia Chinchilla
CHOREOGRAPHER: Alan Danielson
MUSIC: The Books