Dance does not only exist on stage. Many young people actually discover the possibilities and the world of dance on film and online. The creative possibilities for dance on screen are endless and by having a continuous invested focus in screendance.
Beirut Contemporary Ballet can be an international forerunner. We already have shared experiences in working with dance on screen, practices that have given us a strong international recognition. We believe that we equally need to invest in dance for screen as well as dance on stage.
Innovative at heart, we will use whatever medium the world provides us with and adapt dance to it, starting with digital dance outputs. We ensure in return, a strong online presence and constant awareness of our work. This will help us build an audience and followers not only in Lebanon, but also worldwide.
Sharing with you the trailer of Ghazal, 2018, and the full “And so do I”, 2016, both dance films directed by Jana G. Younes & choreographed by Jens Bjerregaard. Both films have won many awards around the world , notably best short film for "And so do I" at the San Francisco dance film festival.
A paranoid father embarks on a dance with his belated wife. His daughter witnesses it all.
Set in a realm of sensational language, The family engages in a virtual conversation of love, loss and the impossibility to forget.
Starring Jens Bjerregaard, Giulia Barbone and Shayene Kamel.
The film is a playful game of time and the direction of its flow.
Directed By Jana G. Younes Choreographed by Jens Bjerregaard, Starring Rebecca Dahrouj and Wafa Bouti
Cinematography by Shadi Chaaban, Art director Issa Kandil, Production House Bee On Set Prods.