Commissioned by Dance Umbrella and shown on BBC Two as part of Darcey Bussell’s New Dance programme, this film shows the beautiful and mesmerising ‘dancing on ice’ by the Canadian Quintet, Le Patin Libre. It was filmed at night in Alexandra Palace, London.
Joseph Cook is taking a closer look at the microbial life that can be found all over the planet’s glaciers and ice sheets. It is increasingly clear that this rich ecosystem affects the melt rates of polar ice and snow and could be accelerating climate change.
We love Binker & Moses so we recorded one of their performances to use as a soundtrack for a film we produced for Big Dance / Channel 4. Then we thought we’d record another song, just because we could.
One of the greats of British photography talks us through her exhibition at the Jewish Museum.
Diarist Samuel Pepys was a great historical witness of the 17th century, and was particularly notorious for his liberal accounts of his sexual liaisons with women across London.
Amateur and professional dancers, music by a talented young jazz duo and choreography by Akram Khan make for the the perfect Random Act.