INTROSPECTION, 7min., USA, Dance
SHORT & FEATURE FILMS - A to Z • Independent, Short Films
Sometimes the most beautiful moments lie within the process. INTROSPECTION is a short dance film independently produced, choreographed, directed and performed by Katharine Larson. Choreography for this project was inspired by exploring the failures and successes of relationships. People will come and go, some stay longer, some may just pass by. INTROSPECTION takes us down a path of memory, real life struggles to fix something broken, and eventually leads us to looking deeper inside ourselves to learn more about our true essence.
Directed by Katharine Larson
Dancerss: Katharine Larson, Weston Krukow
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