A duet for two men taken from Still, a long form live dance piece by Nigel Charnock for Candoco Dance Company in 2009. At the time making it Nigel commented “with every piece I make there is part of me in there, its always about people and how people deal with each other, its always about relationship rather than relationships, and more so in this piece about the loss of that, about losing someone.” (extract the Candoco Archive youtu.be/3Yo9eUJfkg4 )
Filmed by Graham Clayton-Chance artist and filmmaker and producer of the Nigel Charnock Archive. Graham is working on a series of short dance films exploring the legacy of acclaimed British choreographer and dancer Nigel Charnock. The short films draw attention to the enduring motifs of Nigel's 30 year career.
Filmed with Performers Darren Anderson and Christopher Lloyd Owen who originated the work with Nigel in 2009.
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Produced / Director/ Editor Graham Clayton-Chance
Producer: Franck Bordese
Cinematography Taina Gallis
Sound Design: James Megee
Colourist: Jason Moffat
Focus Puller: Annette Remler
Sound: Recording Nicholas Mercer
DIT: Liran Barlev
Equipment Hire: My Red Rental
Studio: 3 Mills Studio
For the Nigel Charnock Estate
Executive Producer Nick Mercer