A nicely made advert from Japan…
I love the editing style, so different from western TV….
Nice video from some students at Circus Space
Over the last couple of months I’ve been touring with Gandini Juggling. I decided to document my travels a little, to give a feel for what it’s been like. The videos not so juggling focused but might be interesting for any circus artists,
even if your not a massive juggling fan…
Photos and video all filmed on a iPhone 4S and edited in iMovie for iPad. I like Apples.
(thanks to Adam for suggesting this one)
Just like you we love a bit of danger.
I wonder if anyone is performing the bicycle version anymore? If not perhaps it would be a fun project for someone to do*?!
Thanks to Howie for pointing this one out!
To be honest the over all performance is not to my taste but it’s great to see companies succeeding in the tricky business of blending technology with live performance.
I’ve been strangely absent recently. Hopefully this little gem will make up for it.
You can read more about Creature Comforts on Wikipedia.
There was a time when the Twin Towers tight wire walk was an insider circus story, forgotten by New York and the rest of the world. Then Man on a Wire was released and the world listened, Petit back in fashion.
In this video Petit condenses his solo show to a 18min Ted talk.
*Warning* the juggling is a little painful….
This circus video game (set to be released for the main stream) is being used to help with stroke recovery, looks pretty interesting (despite the slightly garish aesthetic!)…
What a great way to start May…
Thanks to Jon Udry for pointing this one out to me. Anyone fancy doing a translation? Juggling starts at 16:38. Enjoy!
And if you don’t know who he is then (where have you been?!)…
I personally loved the show, so much so I gave a breif testimonial for the show. Obviously the video isn’t as good as seeing the show live but if you haven’t had a chance to catch the show yet have a gander!
Jorian Ponomareff has the skills!
Occasionally I hear circus artists/directors/
random people who feel their opinion is important talk about ‘how to make circus more than just an act’, about how we can use circus to ‘tell stories’. As Mr. Wilson has so eliquentley commented on this before I’m inclined not to comment as I would be just wasting keystrokes.
However if you must layer on a storyline do it well. This video could help you do that: