Antoine Marc: Descent
Antoine’s latest dance film is complete, and currently starting the rounds at film festivals, having already been accepted to several worldwide. See the first glimpses and behind the scenes below, and stay tuned for the online release of this visual feast!
A man crawls to his death. Spilling out the essence of life, he envisions vivid memories to accompany his decline.
Created by Artistic director Antoine Marc, Descent is a dance film that explores the implication of family members surrounding the terminally ill. Their care and love can ease the torment and change the world into a better place simply with their presence.
Filmed in London in the iconic room of the feature film The King’s Speech, a Sony FS700 were used to shoot the scenes. Antoine and director of photography Drew Cox decided to record at 250 frames per seconds in HD which allowed them to capture powerful movements defying time and gravity.
Some of the finest British performers were choreographed to the modern classical music composed by Hammock. Descent proudly featured I.C.Movement artists Roman Tio, Renako McDonald, guest artists Sade Alleyne and Antoine himself.