FOOTFALLS Showing at the Festival of British Cinema

From September 2012

Striking Attitudes were invited to show FOOTFALLS as part of the Festival of British Cinema. We would like to thank the festival for the opportunity to share the work we have produced.

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FOOTFALLS Showing at Wales Dance Symposium

From July 2012

We were thrilled to have been invited by Andy Eagle, Chapter Art Centre’s new director, to show FOOTFALLS before the Wim Wenders film PINA, about the great German choreographer Pina Bausch, at Chapter Arts Centre on Sunday July 1st.

The two films marked the end of the Wales Dance Symposium which took place at the Sherman Theatre and Chapter Arts Centre between June 29th and July 1st. We are very grateful to Andy Eagle and Chapter for their support.

FOOTFALLS at ‘Hay on Film’ weekend

From May 2012

Striking Attitudes was invited to the ‘Hay on Film’ weekend at Hay-on-Wye; the inaugural event of the Hay Film School, to show our latest dance film, FOOTFALLS.

‘Hay on Film’, which is supported by the Film Agency for Wales, is the brainchild of Cinematographer Alan Trow, British Society of Cinematographers and digital and post-production expert, Miguel Ferros MBKS.

FOOTFALLS was the first film to be shown in the new Richard Booth Cinema, which is part of the famous second-hand bookshop, and was followed by a Q and A session with Caroline Lamb. It was clear that the film made a very positive impression on all who attended.

FOOTFALLS Screening

From 13th September, 2011

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Sunday 13th November for the first screening of our new film Footfalls. We had a wonderful turn-out including our professional dancers and many of the community dancers who took part in the film and who travelled from all over Wales to join us for the event – thank you to all of you for making such an effort to be with us.We received some wonderful comments from people who joined us at the screening. Here are just a few of them:

“It’s really an impressive film; what a great achievement” – Ajay at Portland Green Cultural Projects
“I thought the film was very beautiful” – Siri Wigdel, Arts Council Wales
“Moving, powerful piece. Wonderful” – Jane Jones
“Fantastically well done! Wow! Venice Biennale next stop!” – Gerry and Judith Foy
“Great” – Alicia Richards
“Beautiful” – Diana Sagar
“Class, from start to finish. Well done everyone who was involved” – Dan Green
“Seamlessly poetic, moving and powerful” – Lia Moutselou
“Very moving and powerful” – Eira Dyer
“Moved to tears! Extraordinary, the whole film. Moving. Beautiful. Thank you for involving us. Congratulations” – Julie Evans, Cofio
“A very moving film. Wonderful” – Pam, Cofio
“A wonderful performance” – Nell, Cofio
“Outstanding performance. Privilege to be here.” – JB Sakola
“Fascinating film and quite different” – Hawys James
“Enjoyed very much” – Elaine O’Brian
“Amazing film and gorgeous dancers. Just like your blurb says; it’s so good to see dancers with so much to give” – Judi Hughes
“Fantastic film, really moving, exceptional” – Bobbie Jacobs
“Brilliant film – hypnotic” – Colin Jacobs
“Astonishing achievement. Stunningly beautiful. Connotative, beguiling, mythic and totally satisfying.” – Wyndham Price