Looking back and looking forward


I’m currently nearing the last part of the Boing! tour, we’ll be in London at Sadler’s Wells in just over a week from now. As the tour heads towards it’s final chapter I’m thinking a lot about the next thing, a new film project. Thinking about that made me look back a bit as well and I re watched some of the production blogs from White Caps that were made 4 years ago. I felt it would be nice to share it on here as they capture the essence of that project so well.

So here is a link to the third production podcast from White Caps. We we’re in the midst of filming in the autumn of 2009, floating down rivers and climbing mountains, all on a shoe-string budget with a team of the most amazing friends.

White Caps Podcast 3

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About Wilkie Branson

Wilkie Branson is an interdisciplinary artist and, as co-director of the project based Champloo Dance Company, an associate company at the Bristol Old Vic. Self taught in both dance and film, which form the main focus of his work, the roots of his practice are in BBoying. Wilkie’s dance style has developed into a unique fusion, with expression, accessibility and integrity at it’s heart. His most recent works, White Caps and Stronger are currently touring internationally in Europe, North America and Asia. Awarded the Arts Foundation Choreographic Fellowship in 2012, Wilkie is also a member of the Sadler’s Wells Summer University. Photo: Chris Nash Upcoming shows: White Caps - York Theatre Royal / Varmints - Sally Cookson & Wilkie Branson / BOING! review - The Independent

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