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Beethoven in Love. A Fantasy in Five Songs
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directed by Bob Bentley, 1946-; choreographed by Billy Cowie, fl. 1994 and Liz Aggiss, 1955-; produced by David Stacey, fl. 1983-1996, Songbird Productions; performed by Tom Bayley, fl. 1994 and Liz Aggiss, 1955-, in Beethoven in Love: A Fantasy in Five Songs (London, England: Arts Council England, 1994), 15 mins
One of a series of dance pieces created specially for television. This expressionist work derives its inspiration from the composer’s difficult relationships with woman and explores the nature of the outsider.
directed by Bob Bentley, 1946-; choreographed by Billy Cowie, fl. 1994 and Liz Aggiss, 1955-; produced by David Stacey, fl. 1983-1996, Songbird Productions; performed by Tom Bayley, fl. 1994 and Liz Aggiss, 1955-, in Beethoven in Love: A Fantasy in Five Songs (London, England: Arts Council England, 1994), 15 mins
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Bound
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directed by Kimi Takesue, 1968-; produced by Kimi Takesue, 1968- (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 15 mins
This art film, directed by Kimi Takesue, is about a Chinese British woman who takes a symbolic journey to discover her identity.
directed by Kimi Takesue, 1968-; produced by Kimi Takesue, 1968- (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 15 mins
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Dance for the Camera, 1 of 6, R.I.P
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directed by Annick Vroom, 1963-; produced by Hans de Wolf, fl. 1996 and Hans de Weers, fl. 1981; performed by Klaus Jurgens, fl. 2000, Mischa Van Dullemen, fl. 2000, Andreas Denk, fl. 2000 and Andrea Boll, fl. 2000, Hans Hof Ensemble, in Dance for the Camera, 1 of 6, in R. I. P. (London, England: Arts Council England, 2000), 10 mins
One of a series of dance pieces created specially for television. Three young people find their dead parents are not quite as they thought.
directed by Annick Vroom, 1963-; produced by Hans de Wolf, fl. 1996 and Hans de Weers, fl. 1981; performed by Klaus Jurgens, fl. 2000, Mischa Van Dullemen, fl. 2000, Andreas Denk, fl. 2000 and Andrea Boll, fl. 2000, Hans Hof Ensemble, in Dance for the Camera, 1 of 6, in R. I. P. (London, England: Arts Council England, 2000), 10 mins
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Dance for the Camera, Bloody Mess
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directed by Alison Murray, fl. 1995; choreographed by Alison Murray, fl. 1995; produced by Anne Beresford, 1961- and Margaret Williams, 1950-, MJW Productions; performed by George Stamos, fl. 1996, Danny Sapani, 1970-, Ethan, Reid, fl. 1996, Garz Chan, fl. 1996 and Maxine Bunting, fl. 1996, in Dance for the Camera, in Bloody Mess (London, England: Arts Council England, 1998), 9 mins
One of a series of dance pieces created specially for television: a shoot-out at a petrol station. A dark and provocative film in which the performers enter the terrain of movie mythology, playing with the power and responsibility of violent movie roles. BLOODY MESS is an exploration of our complex relationship wi...
directed by Alison Murray, fl. 1995; choreographed by Alison Murray, fl. 1995; produced by Anne Beresford, 1961- and Margaret Williams, 1950-, MJW Productions; performed by George Stamos, fl. 1996, Danny Sapani, 1970-, Ethan, Reid, fl. 1996, Garz Chan, fl. 1996 and Maxine Bunting, fl. 1996, in Dance for the Camera, in Bloody Mess (London, England: Arts Council England, 1998), 9 mins
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Dance for the Camera, Fountain
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directed by Margaret Williams, 1950-; choreographed by Miriam King, fl. 2001; produced by Anne Beresford, 1961-, MJW Productions; performed by China Deluis, fl. 2000, Rene Sakula, fl. 2000, Nick Herrett and Miriam King, fl. 2001, in Dance for the Camera, in Fountain (England: Arts Council England, 2000), 9 mins
One of a series of dance pieces created specially for television: people beside a public fountain.
directed by Margaret Williams, 1950-; choreographed by Miriam King, fl. 2001; produced by Anne Beresford, 1961-, MJW Productions; performed by China Deluis, fl. 2000, Rene Sakula, fl. 2000, Nick Herrett and Miriam King, fl. 2001, in Dance for the Camera, in Fountain (England: Arts Council England, 2000), 9 mins
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Dance House, Number 2
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directed by Tim Albery, 1952-; choreographed by Frank McConnell, fl. 1990; produced by Emma Burge, fl. 1988 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969, Dancelines Productions; performed by Philippe Giraudeau, 1955-, Andrew Howitt, fl. 1992, Craig McNight, fl. 1992 and Christine Devaney, fl. 1992, in Dance House, in Dance House 2 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
One of a series of twelve short dance films designed specifically for television.
directed by Tim Albery, 1952-; choreographed by Frank McConnell, fl. 1990; produced by Emma Burge, fl. 1988 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969, Dancelines Productions; performed by Philippe Giraudeau, 1955-, Andrew Howitt, fl. 1992, Craig McNight, fl. 1992 and Christine Devaney, fl. 1992, in Dance House, in Dance House 2 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
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Dance House, Number 3
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directed by Peter Mumford, fl. 1969; choreographed by Belinda Neave, fl. 1974; produced by Emma Burge, fl. 1988 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969, Dancelines Productions; performed by Belinda Neave, fl. 1974, in Dance House, in Dance House 3 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
One of a series of twelve short dance films designed specifically for television.
directed by Peter Mumford, fl. 1969; choreographed by Belinda Neave, fl. 1974; produced by Emma Burge, fl. 1988 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969, Dancelines Productions; performed by Belinda Neave, fl. 1974, in Dance House, in Dance House 3 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
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Dance House, Number 8
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directed by Joanna Hogg, 1960-; choreographed by Aletta Collins, 1967-; produced by Peter Mumford, fl. 1969 and Emma Burge, fl. 1988, Dancelines Productions; performed by Sheron Wray, 1970-, Tom Ward, fl. 1992, Andrew Robinson, fl. 1992, Leesa Phillips, fl. 1992, Isabel Mortimer, fl. 1992, Kate Coyne, fl. 1988 and Stephen Beard, fl. 1991, in Dance House, in Dance House 8 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
One of a series of twelve short dance films designed specifically for television.
directed by Joanna Hogg, 1960-; choreographed by Aletta Collins, 1967-; produced by Peter Mumford, fl. 1969 and Emma Burge, fl. 1988, Dancelines Productions; performed by Sheron Wray, 1970-, Tom Ward, fl. 1992, Andrew Robinson, fl. 1992, Leesa Phillips, fl. 1992, Isabel Mortimer, fl. 1992, Kate Coyne, fl. 1988 and Stephen Beard, fl. 1991, in Dance House, in Dance House 8 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1992), 6 mins
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Dancers
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directed by John Chesworth, 1930-2014, Derek Hart, fl. 1978 and Yutaka Yamazaki, fl. 1978; produced by John Chesworth, 1930-2014, Derek Hart, fl. 1978 and Yutaka Yamazaki, fl. 1978; performed by Rambert Dance Company, in Dancers (London, England: Arts Council England, 1978), 29 mins

What's it really like to be a ballet dancer? Find out in this impressionistic day-in-the-life portrait of the Ballet Rambert, Britain's oldest dance company. Bypassing documentary conventions (no talking heads here), the film’s freewheeling, observational style captures performances, rehearsals, and mundane snat...

directed by John Chesworth, 1930-2014, Derek Hart, fl. 1978 and Yutaka Yamazaki, fl. 1978; produced by John Chesworth, 1930-2014, Derek Hart, fl. 1978 and Yutaka Yamazaki, fl. 1978; performed by Rambert Dance Company, in Dancers (London, England: Arts Council England, 1978), 29 mins
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Echo
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directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; choreographed by Mark Baldwin, fl. 1992; produced by Fiona Morris, fl. 2009 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969; performed by Antonia Franceschi, 1960-, Shelley Baker, fl. 1995, Paul Old, fl. 1995 and Lynne Bristow, fl. 1996, in Echo (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 5 mins
One of a series of dance pieces created specially for television: solos by four dancers
directed by Ross MacGibbon, 1955-; choreographed by Mark Baldwin, fl. 1992; produced by Fiona Morris, fl. 2009 and Peter Mumford, fl. 1969; performed by Antonia Franceschi, 1960-, Shelley Baker, fl. 1995, Paul Old, fl. 1995 and Lynne Bristow, fl. 1996, in Echo (England: Arts Council England, 1995), 5 mins
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