A short film by Guillaume CHENIER, mixing history, fantasy and acrobatic performance, made by encounters and carried thanks to the passion of everybody Guillame met.
A project of 11 months of work, for 11 minutes of images.
Made in France BORDEAUX.
The “Ballerina” Chloe BAPPEL
The jumper Echassier: Christopher COURNAU
The outfielder Gloria VILLAVICENCIO
The Juggler: Guillaume CHENIER
Director / Screenplay: Guillaume CHENIER
Assistant Director: Vincent GILETA
Framing: Arnaud Proust and Thibaut TORRES
Script: Maya SAFADI
Editing: Arnaud PROUST
Taking his studio, Sound Editing, Mixing: Adrien Gesta-Fline
Generic calibration and Fabien TARGARYAN
generic illustration Chloe BAPPEL
Board: Vincent GILETA
Installation Technique: Vivien POUYANNE and Nicolas GAUDE
Sound and musical arrangements: ALARM-Fline Adrien horlaprod.net
Music: ROUSTABOUT – Beats Antique
A big thanks to:
Halle des Douves
In the Adrenaline Company for these strings and these crazy possibilities
A mayor of Bordeaux
A Ecole de Cirque de Bordeaux
A Chloé, Vincent and Thibaut for photos
Group Beats Antique for letting us use one of their songs.
Guillaume CHENIER: http://www.guiz-au-vent.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloé BAPPEL: email@example.com
Christopher COURNAU: http://echassiersauteur.unblog.fr/
Gloria VILLAVICENCIO firstname.lastname@example.org
Arnaud PROUST: email@example.com
Adrien GESTA-FLINE: horlaprod.net
Fabien TARGARYAN: animaginium.com
Cie Adrénaline: http://www.facebook.com/pages/compagnie-adr%C3%A9naline/127943117283397
Vincent GILETA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another great vid by our friend Pilolip. Thanks for sharing your work! 🙂
Super project by our friend Teku. 30 minutes of bodyrolling/fingerstalls with RdL Props (Rings + Clubs)/Babal/Diablo.
“I’ve made plenty of videos up until now but I felt like creating something more substantial for a change. The idea came several months ago during a very low point at my job, so I used all that pent up energy and frustration and decided to create some new ideas and see if I could take contact juggling somewhere that maybe hasn’t been explored before. Theres plenty more to be done but this is a first step towards where I would like to be with my juggling in the future.” (Teku)
We think this is a big inspirational gift for the contact juggling community. BIG UP for you Darren, really!
Thanks for watching
Here there’s an old 1 ball contact juggling video. I was pretty sure it has been posted here..but I was wrong.
Hope you like it!
Beautiful research by our friend Pilolip. There’s a new one ball isolation level now.
Silvia Pavone is an amazing hoop dancer. She wrote us to show results of Hoop Isolation Lab:
“This hoop isolation film is the result of a short period of research and development that was supported by the Circus Space and the funding from Lab:Time – experiments in circus. Francesca Martello and I wanted to explore the possibilities of circus, and specifically hoop manipulation, on film. We originally started our R&D together with Lynn Scott and Helen Orford, with the idea that the piece would be made for film and on location. However, when Jackson’s Lane theatre gave Lab:Time winners the opportunity to perform their work in progress in a mixed bill of freshly created performances, we reoriented our focus towards creating a stage performance. I hope that we will be able to keep developing this work further, both for film and the stage. Special thanks to Jon Aaron Green, director and producer and Ben Green, editor of the film!”
We like it. 🙂
Calvos Contact Jugglers are an elegant and unique walkabout act combining graceful crystal ball juggling, statuesque stilt walking and beautiful cirque-style costuming.
Performers: Calvos Contact Jugglers: Jago Parfitt, Dimitri Ogden, Thomas Johansson, Dave Knox, Stewart Pemberton
Film By: Tim Royle 2nd Camera: Matt Hilton
Director: Jago Parfitt
Lighting: Richard Owen
Music: ‘Elements’ performed by Data Romance. Facbook Twiter
Artist appears courtesy of SQE Music.
Motion Graphics: Thomas Johansson
Special Thanks To:
Russell Lane and The University of Bolton Performing Arts Department (UK) for use of their studio.
Grace Billings for fabulous hooping.
Holly Wallace for advice and reference.
Simply amazing work by our friend Tommaso Panagrosso. We’ve already post his act, but this clip is really better.
One ball can be a world. Thank you Tommaso for showing us how deep it could be.