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Dust

Dust is a dance-narrative shortfilm performed by international dancers from Russia, France, Australia, UK and The Netherlands

The choreography is done by award winning experimental dance pioneer Andre' Drosha' Grekhov (Winner Juste Debout 2012, Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fonds prijs 2013).

The film was made for 'Open Your Mind', a dancefestival wich brings cutting edge dance with street culture roots to a theatrical contemporary level. The makers distinguish themself by an high amount of crossmedial knowledge on a conceptual level, being always intrinsically motivated to find signature in form, style and ambiance.

A Studio Fuego Production, i.a.w. Sample Culture
- Starring: Paleta, Gianna Gi, Link, Deltsova, Statue.
- Directed by Stephan Cornelio Velema.
- Scenario Andre 'Drosha' Grekhov & Stephan Cornelio Velema.
- Choreography Andre 'Drosha' Grekhov.
- D.o.P. Richard Spierings

Song credits:

"No way out" featuring Kat.
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans as 'Jay Hats'.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Vocals by Katrien van de Camp as 'Kat'
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Jay Hats Music - 2013.

"Break Through"
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Studio Fuego.
January 2016.

"Sirens"
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Studio Fuego.
January 2016.

"Transformation"
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Contains a vocal sample by Katrien van de Camp as 'Kat'.
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Studio Fuego.
January 2016.

"Echos"
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Studio Fuego.
January 2016.

"Firey Eyes"
Written & Produced by Joris Tillmans as 'Jay Hats'.
All instruments played by Joris Tillmans.
Recorded at Sweatshop Studio for Jay Hats Music.
2013.

2016.07.24 Joris Tillmans

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