Hello and thanks for clicking on my blog! Arriving online the day before The Body Canvas screened at the Kaleidoscopic Arts Platform (Wandsworth Fringe / The Doodle Bar, London) was my interview with awesome website The New Current - which can be read in full here. The New Current does a lot of work talking to artists and journalism on events, with a really decent online presence they're followed on Twitter by big names such as Screen International, Raindance Film Festival, Future Artists, Sheffield Doc/Fest and BBC Academy. I'm seriously honoured to have been interviewed on the site and grateful to have the opportunity to talk about all aspects of the dance film. Plus to mention my latest work about London's urban spaces Lost In The Nameless City, which comprises of colour photography and HD monochrome video, with my quest for its completion funding enabling it to find exposure at film festivals.
There was a healthy sized audience at Kaleidoscopic and I'd like to say thank you to those people, for being gracious as viewers and concentrating on mine and Julie's work. And special thanks to the hard-working organisers of Kaleidoscopic, which aspires to promote and discuss female dance choreography, for selecting the film (as one of only two) for screening amongst their carefully curated performances and installations.
You can see more images from the day on my Facebook and follow me on Twitter @PaulEVernon. Thanks for reading!
Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.