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Dance Under Suffolk Skies 2021

Dance Under Suffolk Skies 2021

Copy & paste link to access: Producer, Director & Facilitator: Sam Moss Filmmaker: Roswitha Chesher Choreography: Sam Moss & the dancers Composer: Amy Mallett 114 dancers aged 2 to 80 take us on a journey from open heath to wide river shore, woodland to arable land, flowered meadow to ancient oak in a celebration of Suffolk landscapes & the wildlife within them. Whilst the film is made up of short sections it is best viewed as a whole. Filmed in June & July 2021 on location between Ipswich and Dunwich, Suffolk. Live screenings September & October 2021. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, by Ipswich Borough Council Area Committee Fund, DanceEast and Suffolk Libraries. Copyright Sam Moss & Roswitha Chesher 0:00 Title 0:27 Young children and their grown-ups in a meadow introduce Dandelion 0:45 Dandelion 2:04 Child in a tree followed by Ivy 3:20 Owl 4:58 Young children exploring an ancient cedar, followed by older children exploring the coniferous park 6:53 Fern A: a group of solos 9:14 Journeying through Suffolk landscapes 9:58 Lark 11:52 Young children find silky gloves belonging to Adder, which follows 13:40 Fern B: a trio of trios 15:08 Child with a feather fan introduces Magpie 17:05 Rook 19:17 Kingfisher 20:47 Journeying through more Suffolk Landscapes 21:10 Otter 21:41 Young children with flying hands, followed by Starling 24:40 Young children enjoy munching blackberries introducing us to Bramble 26:29 Young children in the last part of their exploration, with a ‘buzzy bee’ moment 26:44 Fern C: small groups & unison group 28:37 The Oak Spoke 30:15 Credits & a story about the inspiration and strength drawn from nature 31:18 Post credit scene: young child 31:30 Ends

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creative and cultural wellbeing professional.

Founder and Artistic Director of Cohere Arts

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