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More to Dance | September Days

Distance Measures (sketches)

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Three short films by Alexandre Iseli & Jazmin Chiodi


Iseli-Chiodi’s work spans from professional stage productions to community creation. These three films outline the artistic scope of their work as choreographers of Iseli-Chiodi dance company and directors of the Tipperary Dance Platform and TDP’ festival programmes.

More to Dance documents the commitment of children as they prepare to perform on stage. The film reveals how deeply a dance project touches children’s heart, helping them feel and embody values of engagement, collaboration, tolerance, inclusivity and courage.

Created in collaboration with Cathy Coughlan, September Days follows several elderly women in the very traditional settings of a primary school. The film witnesses them at play, evoking and reinventing some of the games and feelings of their childhood with a freedom that is the privilege of their age.

Distance Measures (Sketches) is an instant creation made at the heart of the COVID-19 lockdown. The films expresses some artistic obsessions of the company: visuals at the service of deeply embodied experiences, the dialectics between belonging and isolation, the visible and the invisible, and a slightly desperate sense of humour.

Credits



Conception & Direction: Alexandre Iseli & Jazmin Chiodi

More to Dance: camera and edition by Lucy Dawson and Shane Vaughan

Distance Measures (sketches): camera and edition by Iseli-Chiodi

September Days: camera by Cathy Coughlan and Jacek Snochowski. Edition by Cathy Coughlan





Production: Iseli-Chiodi dance company and Tipperary Dance Platform. Funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, Tipperary County Council, Tipperary Excel Arts Centre and reative Ireland.














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