Still Life 'Interitus' / 'Tabeo' / 'Vanitas'

kNOwBOX dance Film Festival 2022

Official Selection Film Spotlight


Still Life 'Interitus' / 'Tabeo' / 'Vanitas'

00:15:00 / Brisbane, Australia

Still Life is a triptych of three films inspired by the stage version. The films are the result of a 12-month COVID-enforced collaboration between Australasian Dance Collective and Kiosk Film.


How do you think your film relates to the NBFF 2022 Theme 'Dancing Around the World'?

As a direct response to Covid, this was quite literally The Australasian Dance Collective's attempt to take their work around the world in an attempt to find new audiences.


What do you hope to communicate with our audience through your work?

Hopefully the sense that film has the power to deliver aspects of choreography and an intimacy with the viewer that are not possible in a live setting.



Ryan Renshaw is an accomplished multi-award winning film and television director based in Brisbane, Australia. His career began in the 1990’s where he worked as a director for MTV in Australia, the United States and in Latin America. He has completed more than 80 music videos and worked as creative director for INXS. His 7 screendance works have been screened at over 100 international film festivals including San Francisco Dance Film Festival and Screendance International in Stockholm, and won the Jury Prize at the 2020 LA Dance Film Festival, Best International Film at Spain’s 2021 Fiver International Dance Film Festival, the Jury Prize at 2020 Zinetika Festival, Best In Show at Inspired Dance Film Festival, Australia, and Best Film at the NoWhere Festival in Seoul.




Dir: Ryan Renshaw / Choreo: Jack Lister / Exec Prod: Sara Taghaode / DOP: Jake Koning / Music: Wil Hughes / Dancers: Marlo Benjamin, Chase Glegg-Robinson, Lonii Garnons-Williams, Bernhard Knauer, Jack McLarnon, Josephine Weise


 

Connect

IG: @ryanrenshaw / @_jacklister / @kioskfilm / @australasiandancecollective

Website: www.madebykiosk.com


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