2 in a Million (Director’s Cut) is J.A. Moreno’s personal take on the official music video he directed for twice- Grammy-nominated DJ/Producer Steve Aoki, multi-award winning musician Sting, and platinum-selling trio SHAED.
The video follows two dancers in one long shot, as they relay the feeling of falling in love and being soulmates. Filmed in just thirty minutes at the end of the official shoot, Moreno’s cut focuses on the dancers, seen only as silhouettes in the official version, and highlights their outstanding technical skills and chemistry.
Using the original choreography as a basis, Moreno’s direction delivers a spontaneous, raw and emotionally engaging performance.
LOCKDOWN LOVE displays a rich socio-cultural diverseness by a geographically spread group of participants during the height of the pandemic in the Covid-19 global lockdown. Friends and family have joined filmmakers Paul London and Tracey Moberly to represent their LOCKDOWN LOVE viewed through the lenses of their smartphones. From rollerblading through the empty sanitized streets of Krasnoyarsk, in Eastern Siberia; the observation of boredom on a masseuse's face in Bali, Indonesia; nature vocalizing itself through a typical thunderstorm in Jinja, Uganda; empty trains, planes and automobiles ... to the love of parents, carers and children - old and young from across the globe. Red weaves a theme throughout the imagery as members from 40 countries depict their account of LOCKDOWN LOVE … guided by a faceless red-winged angel.
Artistic swimming, formerly known as synchronised swimming, is an Olympic sport since the games in Los Angeles 1984. It has however been a female-only discipline till today. In 2015, male artistic swimmers were for the first time allowed to compete at the official World and European Championships, in a mixed event called mixed duet. Despite this, men are still banned from Olympic competition in artistic swimming. Men In Sync is a Swedish-British short documentary exploring the gender inequality men are facing in the sport, with intimate interviews with the Spanish national team mixed duet Pau Ribes and Emma Garcia, as well as former team USA artistic swimmer Bill May. They share their experiences as a male artistic swimmer from childhood, to reaching the world elite.
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