Archive for 20 marzo 2010

La primavera te saluda! Spring beckons you!

marzo 20, 2010

Buenos dias desde London city!

Esperamos que la vida continue como debe para vos.

Aqui asi es aqui en este sabado en el que continuamos el camino hacia la consecucion de nuestro documental, Mis Caminos a Traves de la Danza, con pasion, ilusion y mucha danza, y musica tambien en estos dias!

Ahi os dejamos esa por si apetece pasar un fin de semana de recordatorios veraniegos hoy, a punto de tocar las primeras horas de la entrada de la primavera:

Spring Equinox.. the start of spring, in 2010 is at 1732 hrs GMT on March 20th.
This year (2010) the Sun crosses the Celestial Equator at 1732 GMT on March 20th, so that is when winter ends and spring starts.

Disfruten de ello – adios lindo, largo y riguroso invierno!

The Team @ Danseuse Films


Cannes Virgins, our documentary on le Festival de Cannes

marzo 10, 2010

Our documentary film upon the Festival de Cannes, Cannes Virgins, is soon going to be part of our upcoming website.

The film was a comission by Skillset, and was a marvellous extension of the scheme which Skillset run – Open Doors Awards.

This commision gave the chance to Daniel G. Cabrero, Just and Gill Salmon to attend the Festival de Cannes and carry out this documentary which shows their experience in their fisrt time in Cannes in a funky and casual, yet informative way.

The film was co-directed byJust and Daniel and produced by Gill and Annie Beeharry.

More news on this one very very soon, BRAVO CHICOS!!

Editing goes very well, we keep on dancing!

marzo 10, 2010

Yesterday’s meeting with Beatriz, and regariding our upcoming documentary’s editing session, it all went really well.

Little by little, but quicker than I would have ever thought of, the timeline is getting filled with rather interesting and thought-provoking comments from the wonderful and prominent interviewees, who not only give us their powerful outcome, but they’re establishing themselves as the character roles that it was intended, with most of them, from the early stages of this projects.
Montero, has won their place in the narrative on their own right, BRAVO Goyo!

We now have a 7-day busy period finishing the transcriptions of the interviews left, which have less weight in the timeline as a whole, yet they are as prominent as the ones already there!

We’ll keep you informed on this. for now we keep on dancing to the rythm of Spanish Dance!

Editing “My Paths Through Dance”, on the road

marzo 8, 2010

Today I type in English basically because it feels so!

At the London headquarters of Danseuse Films, much hard-work is being carried out over the last few days, yet it is all exciting, very.

We currently are at a critical phase with Mariemma’s documentary, and I’m very glad to say it is all going so-far so-good. At the point where we are, it may certainly be the most critical moment on the entire project. You may be wondering why…

It is now that, after all these months of exciting, if tiring research; never-matching budgeting figures; carefully planning for far improvising; and smoothly filming in the most unlikely situations, we have accomplished almost all the shooting required (pending a couple of simple and well-thought beautiful reconstruction scenes) and so this is the time when and where thoughts, ideas, interviews, archive imagery and music, and our instinct for the type of story I’ve personally written and want to tell, they all must come together in the nicest and smoothest possible way, forward! And the happiest news about this all is that it is not arrogance, but it really feels the project is nicely coming!!

I do believe we still have a nice couple of busy months of work and inevitable pain, but I really really have the feeling things are to work out and the project is to come out with outstanding results!

Tomorrow I’m watching the first chapter almost in full, and trimmed to the wonderful music which accompanies it. And frankly, can’t wait for it, yet I must. And I need to keep relaxing as I do and am now, until when our wonderful editor, Beatriz, will cross the threshold of our London headquarters (9am sharp as a shark), hard drive in hand, and willing to have another nicely productive session where creativity will keep flowing gently, yet continuously pushing forward.

More after the meeting, great things going on.