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"Slowing down is not a sign of laziness. On the contrary, slowing down will eventually allow us to hear that voice deep down inside of us; a voice that speaks without judgment and acts without fear; a voice that awakens, transmutes, and heals. To be able listen to that voice in a world that has become too loud is a revelation. To be able to be consistently tuned into that voice is a revolution."
Beirut Contemporary Ballet walked into the Slow and the manifesto came out dancing, for love, for revolution and all there is in between.
Directed by Jana G. Younes
Choreographed and performed by Jana G. Younes / Wafa Bouti & Mira Majzoub
Cinematography Fouad Aoun
Edit Roy Jamhouri
Grading Charbel Abi Semaan
Special Thanks to
& The Master Peace for the outfits
Music credits: "Man binder os på mund og hånd" / Liva Weel
What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.Credits:
Director: Jana G. Younes, Cinematography: Fouad Aoun, Make up Artist: Diala Chaaban, Edit & Coloring: Charbel Abi SemaanArt Direction and Set manager: Haidar Ismail / Wolfgang
Since everyone’s been feeling tender towards Rumi’s quotes, here’s one that sums up this project quite well:
Thirst drove me to the water
Where I drank the Moon’s reflection.
This is a series of stories written in the shadows of Romance.
Sandy Nour's collection is based on the phases of the Moon. Our second collaboration is built over the effect on the senses that we undergo from the New Moon to the Harvest moon.
Produced in concert with the Beirut Contemporary Ballet
Director: Jana G. Younes, Cinematography: Fouad Aoun, Make up Artist: Diala Chaaban, Edit & Coloring: Charbel Abi Semaan, Art Direction and Set manager: Haidar Ismail / Wolfgang
Televised opening and closing ceremony created by the Beirut Contemporary Ballet team and 30 dancers
Check out this great videoThere is no such thing, at the level of love, that causes -must- precede effects.
Ghazal takes us on a flirt journey with a game of time and its flow, where moving backwards seems as natural as forward.
- Ghazal in Arabic, is a form of amatory flirt or ode, originating in Arabic poetry.
Check out this great viA 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.deo
Co-production with Violet Dance in Macau, 2019
Enigma Dance Arts Creative & Beirut Contemporary Ballet getting creative together in Kunming, China