Stephen Page reveals the creative process behind his work with the Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Filmed in ultra slow-motion, 48 collisions are recorded between dancers, boxers, martial artists, gymnasts, football players, wrestlers and street culture enthusiasts.
Stephen and David Page discuss Aboriginality and stereotyping in contemporary dance.
Stephen Page discusses the Bangarra Dance Theatre's involvement in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Living Black meets the people responsible for Warumuk, the Bangarra Dance Theatre's collaboration with the Australian Ballet.
This short film addresses the revolving cycles of human conflict through contemporary dance. Celebrated choreographer Crystal Pite and dance filmmakers Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer commemorate the fading legacies of World War I, while also creating a moving homage to Pite's mentors and contemporaries, whose lives and short careers are pitted against the fleeting nature of the dance art form. Short film.
An immersive dance experience combining TV, dance and an interactive website.
Message Stick documents the history of the Bangarra Dance Theatre, including its origins at NAISDA with the late Russell Page.
Built around an intimate interview with the acclaimed Canadian dancer and choreographer, Peggy Baker, 4 Phrases is an artful animation and documentary hybrid that travels through a variety of techniques to celebrate Baker's work and legacy.
Discover the inspiring stories of six young performers; champions of Fairfield's underground Parkour and street style community as they merge urban freestyle forms with contemporary dance and map their city through movement.
Every two years people are drawn to Far North Queensland to see traditional Aboriginal dancing at its very best. This episode features the Aurukun Dancers and the Wabu Nan Geth Dance Group from Umagico.
Philanthropist James Fleck's own passion takes flight, with a little help from some of Canada's most prominent artists, including cellist Shauna Rolston, Shakespearean actor Albert Schultz, and prima ballerina Karen Kain. Under their expert guidance, Fleck gets to experience the tremendous sense of exultation that comes from playing Bach or mastering the waltz.
Every two years people are drawn to Far North Queensland to see traditional Aboriginal dancing. Featuring the Duchess Marrinyama Dancers; from Mossman Gorge, the Wabal Wabal Women; and Goobidi Manjal Men's groups.
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