Dance, Cars, Trains, Planes.
Cities are mesmerising.
Moving Cities celebrates this.
Founded in 2014, in London by Wind & Foster director Jevan Chowdhury,
Moving Cities captures international dancers in real settings.
Our latest film, Moving Athens, had a profound effect on LensCulture editor, Jim Casper. We’re chuffed that it was given a spotlight on one of the most authoritative resources for contemporary photography over the last 10 years.
Stirling Myles from Marmoset catches up with director, Jevan Chowdhury between projects and chats about the importance of music in film and understanding the massive opportunities that a soundtrack can bring.
Moving Cities is part of the official Farr Festival 2015 programme. In collaboration with Twenty Something London, Press Play and Secret Cinema, Moving Cities will be screened alongside artists Oliver Jennings and Cherry Kino.
‘Moving Athens’ is sixth in an award-winning collection of works by the London-based film-maker, Jevan Chowdhury to capture the world as a stage. Where next?
Is dancing in public spaces an act of sovereignty? Is Moving Athens a silent protest? An interview with Yatzer, the global online destination for fine and applied arts.
Moving Yerevan, was handed a special culture award at the Italian River Film Festival for the artistic vision in representing the meaning of freedom through dance step.
We are delighted to confirm Moving Yerevan is part of the official selection for the 12th edition of the Cinedans Dance On Screen Festival in EYE Film Institute, Netherlands. Cinedans is an international dance, film and media festival that takes place annually in Amsterdam since 2003.
Moving Cities makes the front cover of Dance UK’s March issue. The feature is part of an ongoing project that includes a collection of photographs taken with the National Dance Company of Wales, Northern Ballet and the Dance School of Scotland
The British Government Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) asked Moving Cities Director Jevan Chowdhury to give a personal insight into what his job entails as part of the CreateUK blog, a digital event to celebrate the phenomenal success of the UK Creative Industries.
The Prominent Yorokobu magazine in Spain features a special article about the Moving Cities project. The article considers whether cities do in fact dance and discusses the art of transit commuter choreography. Journalist Alejandro Panés excitingly puts a call out for a Moving Madrid in 2015.
Good news from Uppsala – Keeping London Moving was nominated in the International Competition! The festival received 5000 entries and the selection is now complete. Keeping London Moving will be one out of 80 short films competing for the Grand Prix at the 33rd Uppsala International Short Film Festival!
We are very pleased to confirm that Moving Paris has been selected for the 37th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival taking place January 30th to February 7th, 2015. For the second time, the Coup de Cœur Canal+ Award will reward a short film with the aquisition of its broadcasting rights.
The Los Angeles International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts (IFFCA) has awarded Moving Cities an ‘Excellence in Editing’ accolade. The first Moving Cities film Keeping London Moving was also given an honourable mention by the IFFCA panel in Los Angeles.
In partnership with Tanečnízóna, the British Council Czech Republic commissioned Moving Prague. The film featuring the Czech National Ballet presents Czech national identity and culture from a new perspective. The film will be released January 12th 2015.
Moving Cities will provide branding and photography for the UK’s first-ever industry-wide dance conference in partnership with Dance UK. The Future: New Ideas, New Inspirations will launch in April 2015 addressing new models, partnerships and challenges.
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