No images were computer-generated and certain sequences include up to 1,498 shots - more cuts than some feature films.
The moving image, ever since its conception, has been interested in human motion. Similarly this video was inspired by the work of Etienne-Jules Marey and early motion photography.
Directors/Editors: in/out (Jean-Philippe Blunt & Thom Humphreys)
DOP: Rina Yang
Head of music: Natalie Arnett @ JJ Stereo
Producer: Oliver Samuel @JJ Stereo
Manager: Keith Wozencroft @Third Rock Music
Female Dancer: Lily Grundy @The Royal Ballet
Male Dancer: Conal Francis-Martin @The Royal Ballet
Antique Camera: Sebastian Sussmann @Double Negative Darkroom
Bird Handler: Nigel King
Production Designer: Sean Leishman
Colourist/Online Editor: Toby Tomkins
Post Production Consultancy: Paul Gardner @JJ Stereo
Online Conform: Sam White & Joe Lovelock @The Whealhouse
Focus Puller: Karl Hui
Clapper-loader: Brendan Harvey
DIT: Joe Lovelock
Grip: James Roberts
Pre-light Gaffer: Rob White
Gaffer: Steve Garay
Bestboy: Elliot Beach
Sparks: Poom Saiyavath, Maikel Popic, Joel Judah Honeywell, Eduardo Dominicci
Runners: Ugne Ciesiunate, Declan Slattery, Saad Abbas, Hayley Dunn
Savas Pascalidis - U Can Dance If You Do It
a Isidoro "bender" Rodriguez video edition
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NOTE !! This is a remix of "If You Can Dance You Can Do It" by Slim Line.℗ 1982 Channel Music Ltd.Prelude Records : Producer -- Mike Leander/ Written-By -- Myers*, Leander*
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The original film is taken from the 1947 experimental film Dreams That Money Can Buy, produced, written and directed by Hans Richter.
Dreams That Money Can Buy is a 1947 experimental feature color film written, produced, and directed by surrealist artist and dada film-theorist Hans Richter. Shot for $25,000 in a Manhattan loft, it opened in New York in March 1947, and went on to win the Venice Film Festival Award for the best original contribution to the progress of cinematography.
Collaborators included Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Alexander Calder, Darius Milhaud and Fernand Léger. The film won the Award for the Best Original Contribution to the Progress of Cinematography at the 1947 Venice Film Festival.
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