Dusthouse trailer for the exceptional Hofesh Shecter Company.
Shot in an exhausted warehouse in East London, UK ,during the intense heat of August 2013.
We, as a company, are always spoiled by the talent we get to work with. This shoot blew our minds. The creativity within the room and breathtaking talent inspired each and every one of our 11 person crew.
The world is perfect. From the darkness of Shechter’s emotive and often angry world emerges a bright white light dancing out of the smoke and chaos. With an expanded company of 14 world-class dancers and an eclectic soundtrack featuring original music by Shechter himself, this exciting new work follows the phenomenal success of Political Mother.
"Shechter is a true original"
Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Hofesh Shechter is one of the UK’s most exciting contemporary artists, having gained international renown for his raw, honest choreography and highly-charged, atmospheric music scores. The international dancers of Hofesh Shechter Company have achieved worldwide renown, touring his hit shows Political Mother, Uprising, The Art of Not Looking Back and In Your Rooms. They return once again to Sadler’s Wells to unveil the hotly anticipated UK premiere of Shechter’s latest work, Sun.
"Hofesh Shechter looks set to do for dance what the YBAs did for art, which is to propel it from an elite periphery into the mainstream"
Thanks to Victoria, Hofesh, Laura, The Cast, All Dusthouse heads, Lophonics and the Sun.
Dusthouse produced trailer for the sensational new West End musical Sunny Afternoon.
With Music and Lyrics by Ray Davies, a new Book by Joe Penhall and Direction by Edward Hall, SUNNY AFTERNOON depicts the rise to stardom of THE KINKS. Set against the back-drop of a Britain caught mid-swing between the conservative 50s and riotous 60s, this production explores the euphoric highs and agonizing lows of one of Britain’s most iconic bands and the irresistible music that influenced generations.
DUSTHOUSE produced trailer for Orange Tree Theatre's production of POMONA.
Ollie’s sister is missing.
Searching Manchester in desperation, she finds all roads lead to Pomona, an abandoned concrete island at the heart of the city.
Here at the centre of everything, journeys end and nightmares are born.
A sinister and surreal thriller from Alistair McDowall, writer of Talk Show (Royal Court), Brilliant Adventures (Royal Exchange, Bruntwood Prize winner), and Captain Amazing (Live Theatre Newcastle).
Ned Bennett directed the first major revival of Philip Ridley’s Mercury Fur, which transferred to the West End. He recently directed the UK premiere of Tracy Letts’ Superior Donuts at Southwark Playhouse.
“The most exciting playwright to emerge out of English theatre in the past five years... He makes me want to write better”
Simon Stephens on Alistair McDowall
Dusthouse produced trailer for East is East which plays in London's West End this Autumn.
Director: Christopher McGill
DoP: Stephen Murphy
Focus Puller: Jason Cuddy
Gaffer: Pete Carrier
Production Assistant: Victoria Eyton
Editor: Kris Vankay
Sound and Original Composition: Lophonics
Starring JANE HORROCKS and AYUB KHAN DIN
By AYUB KHAN DIN
Directed by SAM YATES
Pakistani chip-shop owner George Khan - "Genghis" to his kids - is determined to give his children a strict Muslim upbringing against the unforgiving backdrop of 1970s Salford. Household tension reaches breaking point as their long-suffering English mother, Ella, gets caught in the cross fire - her loyalties divided between her marriage and the free will of her children.
Starring multi award-winning stage and screen star Jane Horrocks (Young Vic’s Annie Get Your Gun, Sunshine on Leith, The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, Absolutely Fabulous) as Ella and award-winning playwright and actor Ayub Khan Din as George. With a host of the finest new British acting talent as the remainder of the Khan family, this long awaited revival of a modern comedy classic promises to be unmissable. -
Dusthouse produced trailer for the forthcoming production of Oppenheimer for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Director - Christopher McGill
DoP - Stephen Murphy
Focus Puller - Matthew J Smith
Sound Recordist - Martin Clarke
Editor - Jon Ryan
Sound Design - Spesh Maloney
Production - Christopher McGill / Jake Bartle
Shot on Arri Alexa with C-Series Anamorphic lenses. Many thanks to Panavision.
Tom Morton-Smith's new play Oppenheimer explores physicist Robert Oppenheimer's scientific leadership of the Manhattan Project, which secretly developed the nuclear weapons that were dropped on Japan in August 1945.