DIRECTED BY: EDIFICE Dance Theatre & Alfred George Bailey
SHORT FILM. 40 MINS (POST PRODUCTION)
A dance theatre film adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s tragedy SALOMÉ. Through this dark, voyeuristic lens EDIFICE Dance Theatre explores themes of gender, sexuality, morality and death. "Mixing passion, violence and pure eroticism" (Rye News). The film is a collaboration with award winning director Alfred George Bailey, couture designer Jess Eaton and was shot on location in the three-storey 14th century monastery of Alex MacArthur Interiors.
https://www.ryenews.org.uk/culture/sin-takes-over-the-monastery (Review of the live show)
Produced by:EDIFICE Dance Theatre, Alex MacArthur Interiors and Steven Moffett Productions
Concept and choreography: EDIFICE Dance Theatre
Costumes: Jess Eaton, Nathalie David
Composer: Philip O'Meara
Performers: Harriet Waghorn, Carmine De Amicis, Fabio Dolce, Andre Kamienski, Tom Wohlfahrt, Vasiliki Papapostolou
DOP: Matteo Bangrazi
EDIFICE Dance Theatre, Alex MacArthur Interiors and Steven Moffett Productions have co-produced this re-imagined version for the camera of the original production of SALOMÉ which EDIFICE created in Spring 2019 with support from Arts Council England, The Cockpit Theatre (London) and St Mary in the Castle (Hastings).