Short Film Movie Review: MOVING LONDON

Festival Reviews

KEEPING LONDON MOVING
by Amanda Lomonaco

Review of the short film MOVING LONDON.
Played at the September 2015 WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival.
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/september_2015_film_festival.html

As part of the “Moving Cities” series of short films, WILDSound Feedback Film Festival last month showed the film that started it all; Moving London. This series incorporates such an amazing number of things, I often have trouble understanding all the different things it makes me feel. This film series is a celebration urban spaces, public life, dance, motion, & freedom, among so many other things. It demonstrates how the movement of our everyday lives somehow simultaneously clashes & fuses with the mechanics of the metropolis, while also illustrating how well dance mimics the pattern of our daily lives.

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For those who need traditional plot lines and story-telling techniques the “Moving Cities” can be a bit tough to swallow. However, even at the most superficial level it’s…

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