1. 'Curiouser and Curiouser' an imaginative and beautifully constructed little film made by first year students, Amber Hawkins, Laurie-Ann Jeffery, Aaliyah Mathurin and Georgina Perrott, as part of their 1st Year Dance Portfolio Module.

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  2. Not Alice was made by 2nd Year Dance students Beth Dare, Emily-Louise Hulatt and Georgie Meller for their Performance and Technology module:

    "Not Alice is a gruesome twist on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland's tea party. To find the delicate, comforting music box, Alice must face a number of obstacles that are not what you would expect on a dinne

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  3. This Dance Film, Nowhere to be found, was made for the 2nd Year Performance & Technology module by Nicola Young, Amy Toner & Roxy Hearn. The film is designed to be played in a loop; it explores the feeling and experience of being 'lost'.

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  4. This film was made by 1st year Dance students Lauren Ford, Citi Cheshire and Chris Sullivan for their Dance Portfolio module. It is based on Eadweard Muybridge's photography & uses strobe lighting to create the effect of capturing movement. With inspiration from Liz Aggiss the film explores movement that is raw and animalistic as well as being restricted and machine like.

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  5. Quite the Urban Female was created by 1st years Callum Anderson, Sophie Cleak & Emma Evans for their module Dance Portfolio. The film addresses the issue of female objectification; "to gaze imples more than to look at - it signifies a psychological relationship of power, in which the gazer is superior to the object of the gaze' (Schroeder, 2002:28)

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