Naïade short film, 11min., Canada, Dance/Black & White
DANCE SHORT FILMS • Independent, Short Films
Naïade is a reflection on the ways image and self-perception have changed in a post #MeToo era. What do we keep and what do we shed? Using the water as a feedback loop and the haunting music of Beatrice Deer and Jace Lasek, Naïade dives into the depths of consciousness. (Please watch the film with headphones or a good sound system, if possible).
Directed by Mistaya Hemingway, Alan Kohl
Composer: Beatrice Deer, Jace Lasek, Michael Felber
Cinematography: Kes Tagney
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