1. Gravity of Center is a poetic investigation of the herd vs. pack mentality, the dichotomy of abundance and scarcity, and the inner conflict between social assimiliation vs. the need for individualism.

    Nominations and awards:
    Yorkton Film Festival : Nominated - Experimental Film
    CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival: won best experimental short and best cinematography in a Canadian short
    Dance on Camera : Official film tour selection
    Planet in focus: Green Market
    RVCQ / Festival Prends ça court! : Award "Les Enfants" for best edit and award "Air Canada" in the Québec Gold selection.
    TIFF : 2012 top 10

    Official selection:
    Yorkton Film Festival
    CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival
    Dance Camera West Festival
    ADF’s International Screendance Festival
    You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet Festival
    Hollyshorts Festival
    New Jersey Film Festival
    Dance on Camera Festival
    Miami Short Film Festival
    Interdependence Day Festival
    Festival Regard sur le Saguenay
    RVCQ / Festival Prends ça court!

    Directed by
    Thibaut Duverneix & Victor Quijada

    Conceived by
    Thibaut Duverneix & Victor Quijada

    Choreographed by
    Victor Quijada

    Director of Photography
    Christophe Collette

    Original score and Sound Design
    Jasper "Eljay II" Gahunia

    Thibaut Duverneix & Victor Quijada

    Elon Höglund
    Emmanuelle LePhan
    Daniel Mayo
    Anne Plamondon
    Victor Quijada

    Sach Baylin-Stern
    Natalie Galazka

    Production Manager
    Josh Usheroff

    Assistant Director
    Chantal Khalaf

    Steadicam Operator
    Denis-Noel Mostert

    1st Camera Assistant
    Jacques Bernier

    Data Management
    Alexis Vanier

    Gaetan St. Onge

    Jean Roger Ledoux

    Key Grip
    Conrad Roy Mais

    Charles Beach

    Wardrobe Stylist
    Cristina AcevEdo

    Assistant Wardrobe Stylists
    shauna sen

    Hair & Make-up
    Anicko Bouchard
    Jessica Lablanche

    Craft / Catering
    Teresa Gervais
    Maxine Hubbard

    Behind the Scenes Camera Operator
    Andreas Krastschmer
    Josh Usheroff

    Rehearsal Assistant
    Joe Danny Aurelien

    Production Assistants
    Annie Bigras
    Chloe Bigras
    Jesse Bigras
    Liam Bigras
    Frédéric Barrette
    Mathieu Gauvreau
    Laurant Peyre
    Yannick Pierrehumbert
    Armando Tremblay

    Alexis Vanier

    Visual Effects by
    Gregory Adam Kaufman

    Special thanks to everyone who helped make this film possible
    The Bigras Family
    Département Studio Créatif Inc.
    The Municipality of Harrington, Quebec
    Dominic Gilbert
    Departement Caméra Inc.
    Cinépool Inc.
    Pascal Bascaron
    Pierre Lapointe
    Benoit Labbé
    Jo Leslie
    Susan Gaudreau
    Daniele Guevara
    L’auberge le 9 et demi

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  2. Choreographed & Performed by The Seaweed Sisters:
    Megan Lawson, Jillian Meyers & Dana Wilson

    Shot, Directed & Edited by:
    Danny Madden & Isaac Ravishankara

    "Water Fountain" by Tuneyards
    "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (theme) by Ennio Morricone

    With Help from:
    Kuponohi'ipoi "Pono" Aweau

    Color by:
    Derek Hansen @ MPC


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  3. *** Making of: lightspin.ericpare.com/documentary ***

    LightSpin is an experimental photography and art project that finds its source in a unique lightpainting technique. For this project, ten performers improvised contemporary dance movements at the center of a ring on which 24 cameras were mounted. Their brief dances were carried out in pitch darkness, light being aimed at the subjects as to reveal their shapes and movements, thus capturing their passage in a defined space. Pushing the exploration even further, the final result of this project becomes a fully animated, 360-degree representation of movements! Viewed and shared on the Web, the LightSpin project is launched as a world premiere in honor of the International Dance Day.

    Dancers: Emmanuelle Bourassa Beaudoin, Dylan Crossman, Paul-André Fortier, Margie Gillis, Kim Henry, Cori Kresge, Merryn Kritzinger, Leon Kupferschmid, Daphnée Laurendeau, Simon-Xavier Lefebvre, Louis-Elyan Martin, Alex Morin, Coralie Muroni, Erin Poole, Lucie Vigneault, Michael Watts
    Music: It's Time by Jules Bromley

    Nicolas Foisy, Stéphane Hoareau, David Gaudet, Jeremy Lloubes, Jean-François Sarrazin

    BTS: lightspin.ericpare.com/documentary

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  4. Art/Concept by Alba Casanova
    Edition and VFX by Marc Guardiola

    Split Video Dance is an experimental work of video creation about the body. It is a cyborg. A dream, a vision of the future borne of the necessity of intimacy to discuss a common system of relationships which transform the social body into something unknown; showcasing the metamorphosis of the physical through technology as a possible aesthetic paradigm towards diversity. It is one among millions of answers to the problems of audiovisual representation of gender on the web.

    Split Video Dance discusses a real and contemporary body which transforms into an ideal in which the physical is dissolved. The definition of video dance becomes as flexible as its capacity to transmit emotions. Split Video Dance chooses to be a video dance, because conceptually, it wants to emphasise its movements as a fundamental part of its development.

    Through the use of digital collage, the various parts become a whole, revealing fusion through itself, invading the physicality of its own body. This body is then transformed to the point of being substituted by a patchwork of disorderly and unrecognisable organs which evince a transformation from within, from the subject itself, far beyond its physiognomy.

    Music by U-MÄ, song: "efecte domino"

    Shot on Canon 5D mkII, Canon 50mm 1.4 and Sigma 24mm 1.8

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  5. “The 360 Project” is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.

    There are two components to “The 360 Project” – “Ballet 360” features ballerinas from Canada’s National Ballet School, “Krump 360” features dancers from Northbuck Krump. The two styles of dance represent polemic perspectives in both technique and origin – one is beauty, the other beast.

    The resulting images resemble a type of digital statue – a frozen, peak moment, embodying the essence of each dance form in 360 degrees.


    Music / Sound Design – Zelig Sound (zeligsound.com)
    Director / Producer / Concept – Ryan Enn Hughes (ryanennhughes.com/)
    Cinematography / On Site Digital – The Big Freeze
    1st AD – Darrell Faria
    Gaffer – Arash Moallemi
    Grip – Cavin Campbell
    Makeup – Lauren Fisher
    Stylist – Alexis Honce
    BTS Video – Barry Cheong
    BTS Photo – Melissa Tait
    Production Assistants – James Kachan, Eugen Sakhnenko, Pawel Dwulit, Anne-Marie Jackson,
    Craig Jewel, Nick Konieczko
    Editor – Kyle Wilson
    Colorist – Ryan Enn Hughes
    Digital Postproduction – Ryan Enn Hughes, James Kachan
    Additional Postproduction Support – Scott McIntyre


    BJ Albano
    Sheldon Forde
    Arsène Hodali
    Amadeus Marquez
    Jamari Ceasar Whittaker

    This work was made possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council’s Chalmers Arts Fellowship.

    Additional support provided by Canada’s National Ballet School.

    All content © Ryan Enn Hughes 2011.

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