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Episode 103 | Intergenerational Creativity w/ Natasha Gilmore

On this episode, Reyna speaks with Natasha Gilmore of Scotland’s Barrowland Ballet. They talk about collaboration, challenging societal norms, and intergenerational creativity in dance films. They go into detail on Barrowland Ballet’s dance film “Wolf”, which was voted as the #NBFFAttentionGrabber by the kNOWBOX dance Film Festival 2021 USA audiences. (23:41)


[0:14] The Team says welcome back and talks about the background of artist Natasha Gilmore


[2:03] Topic: Wolf - #NBFFAttentionGrabber USA Audience Voted Film

  • [2:03] Reyna asks: “What inspired you to create “Wolf”?”

  • [3:43] Reyna asks: “What sparked the idea of “Wolf”?”

  • [4:41] Reyna asks: “What was the collaboration process like for you? What was it like creating with different generations of people?”

[9:16] Topic: From the Stage to the Screen

  • [8:15] Reyna asks: “Can you talk about the process of shifting it to what it is now?”

  • [10:44] Reyna asks: “What was important about it (creating a safe space)?

[12:44] Topic: Dance Film & Communication

  • [12:44] Reyna asks: “What was the process of creating films for you after creating “Wolf”?

  • [15:03] Reyna asks: “As a filmmaker, how do you approach capturing dance on film? How might this experience be different from watching it live?”

  • [17:23] Reyna asks: “What advice do you have for people who want to work with younger and older people?”

[20:30] Reyna asks:

1- If you had to recommend a resource to our audience what would it be?

  • “What I find useful is going for walks on my own.”

[21:28] Reyna asks:

2- What was the first dance you saw?

  • The Ballet

[21:37] Reyna asks:

3- Do you think social media has a positive influence on the dance world (yes or no)?

  • Probably

[1:01:20] Reyna asks:

4- What is your favorite social media platform?

  • Twitter

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