Nine dancers and singers travel through farmland, parched paths, and fields by moonlight to find refuge in a deserted place of worship. A touching film punctuated with the rhythm of Turkish songs.
|Editing||Jules De Niverville|
Marlene Millar has been creating dance-media projects for over 20 years. Independently and through Mouvement Perpétuel, co-founded with Philip Szporer, she has won numerous international awards for her dance films. With a background in contemporary dance and design, Montreal filmmaker Marlene Millar is active in the filmmaking community, and a long standing member of the Documentary Organization of Canada.
Bhairava (2017) ; Move (2017) ; Lay Me Low (2015) ; Dafeena (2011) ; Lost Action: Trace 3D (2011) ; Falling (2009) ; 40 (2009) ; The Greater the Weight (2008) ; Byron Chief Moon: Grey Horse Rider (2007) ; Butte (2007).