DUET NO. 3

Duet No. 3 is finale in BOINK!'s couple-focused film series.

 

Editor/Director - Christopher Huth

Dancers - Cassandra Motta & Kate Bishop

duet no. 2

Duet No. 2 is a stop motion silly little ditty in BOINK!'s couple-focused film series.

 

Editor/Director - Christopher Huth

Music - Jim Piela

Dancers - Dylan Baker & Lauren Hafner Addison

Duet No. 1

Duet No. 1 is the first BOINK!'s couple-focused film series, invoking youthful wonder and curiosity all in one take.

 

Editor - Christopher Huth

Music - Jim Piela

Camera - Lauren Hafner Addison

Dancers - Dylan Baker & Kate Bishop

Boink! The Short

Boink! is a highly energetic, spiraling film that combines several perspectives through swirling, nontraditional camera work, colorfully rhythmic editing, and raindrop inspired improvisation.

The film premiered February 2013 as part of the 41st edition of Dance on Camera presented by Dance Films Association and the Film Society of Lincoln Center

Director - Alex Sheehan

Music - The Books

Editor - Christopher Huth

Dancers - Andrew Zanoni, Cassandra Motta, Dylan Baker, Lauren Hafner Addison

 

Overflow Trailer
Inevitable,
Unfavorable

A short dance on video. Using repetitive movements and photography, "Inevitable, Unfavorable" was a question we asked ourselves about individual responsibility in a group setting. How much of ourselves do we lose to rote mechanics of fitting in? And if the world changes, what of us is left? 

 

Editor/Director - Christopher Huth

DP -  Maximilian Lewin

Choreographer  - Kate Bishop

Music - Jim Piela

Production - Lauren Hafner Addison

Dancers - Dylan Baker, Kate Bishop, Lauren Hafner Addison, Kristen Carcone, Kim Ross, and Erica Saucedo

Paint That Wagon

Set in the never ending liveliness of Central Park, Paint That Wagon utilizes time lapse technique to fast forward us through daily routine and decelerate in the relishing moments of the unexpected. 

 

Director - Alex Sheehan

DP -  Maximilian Lewin

Editor - Christopher Huth

Dancers - Cassandra Motta, Dylan Baker, Lauren Hafner Addison

Hands Across America

Overflow is an exploration of modern relationships, reflecting on the erosion of personal space and the proliferation of human connections. Film and dance interplay with the same fluidity that defines our interpersonal experiences. And as with all relationships, the give and take—between media and meaning, performer and observer—form the boundaries of that Overflow transcends.

Editor - Christopher Huth

Music - Andrew Bird

Dancers - Cassandra Motta, Dylan Baker, Kate Bishop, Mary Kate Hartung, Molly Mingey, Lauren Hafner Addison, Quinn Dixon, Courtney O'Reilly

 

Just because life is too short to not be silly.

Editor - Christopher Huth

Music - Beyoncé

Dancer - Cassandra Motta

Hand - Lauren Hafner Addison