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Inspired Dance Film Festival – Screening

Triple Treat

A trio of films to challenge your mind and expand how perceive dance.

Ever So Slightly (Australian Premiere)

Ever So Slightly explores the behavioural mechanisms and reflexes we develop against the ceaseless flow of irritants that bombard us in our daily lives. Most of us long for calm and resilience, but how do we get to a zone where noise and aggressivity no longer have a place?


Award category
Extended Short or Feature Dance Film Entry


Director – François Blouin
Choreographer – Victor Quijada, from RUBBERBAND

Gasping Voices (World Premiere)

Gasping Voices subverts the established relationships of conventional dance theatre by creating an intimate digital space, as if you are on stage yourself. She emphasizes the importance of movement through space whilst focusing on personal audience experience.  Gasping Voices is a unique and distinctive testimony by dance creatives, redefining their destiny through a worldwide pandemic.


Award category
Extended Short or Feature Dance Film Entry


Director – Freya Pauwels, David Jacobs
Choreographer – Freya Pauwels
Concept – Freya Pauwels
Producer – Jacowbski Invites

Key cast
Nele Deckx, Jonathan Dikaay, Niki Sfakianakis, Laurent Reunbrouck, Denis Inghelbrecht.

Temporary Contemporary (Australian Premiere)

Temporary Contemporary. Nothing is for eternity. Not even places that seem to outlast time.  With Temporary Contemporary, director and filmmaker Oliver Brand impressively stages this transience by turning it into a stage for contemporary dancers. In doing so, he creates a moving testimony to the ephemeral nature of places that are in precisely that state only on the day the film is shot.   The powerful, vulnerable and poetic choreographies, which were created under the eyes of choreographer Jonathan Hour, form touching living counterpoints to the static emptiness of the epic, sometimes inhospitable spaces. The music, composed especially for the film, creates a unique mood in each room and gives each dancer their own musical platform. Seemingly effortlessly, the sounds are woven together over the 13 minutes, giving a whole despite their individual parts. The music was composed and designed by Simon Hauswirth and Demian Wyssmann.


Award category
Art/Experimental Dance Film Entry


Director – Oliver David Brand
Choreographer – Johnathan Huor
Music Composer: Simon Hauswirth, Demian Wyssmann
Producer – Oliver David Brand
Costume Design: Julia Zangger
VFX: Roger Koller
Look and Colorgarding: Dominic Frei Editing: Oliver David Brand

Key cast
Manuel Von Arx, Steven Forster, Pricilla Villa, Michel Briand, Branca Scheidegger, Harumi Mummentahler, Kevin Dos Santos, Frederic Dos Santos, Jonathan Huor, Prscilla Villa.


General admission

Adult $24.50

Concession $20.50

Concession types:

  • Full pensioners, Queensland Government Seniors Card holders, MEAA members, children 16 years and under, full-time students and unemployed (Health Care card holder) persons (National Seniors Card not applicable).  

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SCREENING dates & times

Duration – One hour

Important information

Suitable for ages 8 & over
Wheelchair access – please call us on 07 3013 6666 or email to book an accessible seat.

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