The Theatre Design department at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama took part in the 2011 Prague Quadrennial with their puppet led performance of Black Sail, White Sail, an adapted story from the greek myth of Thesius. I was lucky enough to be able to travel with them to Prague and document their performance and rehearsals.
The rehearsals took place in the scenic parks that lie around the outskirts of the city centre. The performance was set in Jungmann Square in the centre of Prague, a very busy area that provided the street performance the attention it deserved.
All the puppets were created and controlled by the designers with help from two college actors to voice the characters.
Music: Vesuvius - Sufjan Stevens.
In a rapidly vacating city, street art makes Baltimore beautiful.
This video takes a look at the street art scene in Baltimore, both legal and illegal (tangentially touching upon the graffiti scene as well.) It talks about an ever more desolate landscape and how street artists are using that as their canvas. Some street artists they talk to create and post up silkscreened posters promoting May Day protests and introspectively talk about how using a spray can to convey information and get their message out would be dismissed as vandalism but by pasting up posters they find it to be a more successful medium.
The video goes on to talk about Open Walls Baltimore, a major public art project that has invited some major names from the street art world to paint murals in the city. Gaia, the organizer of the project is featured in an interview and both he and others talk about the double-edged sword of how the public art may both beautify and gentrify a neighborhood and the benefits and dangers that may have on a community.
Credits: Clary Estes, Gabe Dinsmoor, and Alice Richardson filmed, directed and produced. Clary Estes edited the video. Street artists Nether, an artist that wished to remain unnamed, and Gaia participated in the making of this documentary. The music was composed by 6th Sense.
A tale fills with images without words, composed of sequences where the love is observed with unsuspicious eyes An adorable story threatened by caricaturals and too melancholic characters.
È uno spettacolo muto, senza parole, di musica e clownerie, che descrive in sequenze brevi, l'incontro un po' assurdo di due giovani innamorati. Un romantico racconto d'amore senza parole.
Directed & Produced By: Michael Liran & Gali Ganot
Script: Michael Liran & Gali Ganot
Man- Ami Weinberg
Kids- Ben Ashkenazi, Gal Ashkenazi, Raz Gur, Noam Gur
Man Scene - Zamir Nega
Kids - Alon Lutsky, Kobi Amiel
Kids Party - Kobi Amiel, Michael Liran
Camera Assistant: Almog Ganot
Producer Assistant: Vered Aharonovitch, Elad Rahmin, Yael Ravid
Post Production: Michael Liran & Gali Ganot
Art Adviser, Man Scene: Liza Phliosof
Choreography Adviser: Morahn Bash
RAIN DANCE - A Super Slow Motion Film
Performance by Tuomas Määttä also known as bboy Thumba
Filmed by Flatlight films
Edited by Tuomas Määttä
Music by Peter Johnston & Fabrizio Paterlini
Tuomas Määttä 2013
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Society: "Kill all artists, all artists are stupid, drugs are bad ..."
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