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Synthesizing emotive movement with narrative, Wynn Holmes explores the politics of the body as they intersect with feminism, class, gender, and race in movement and dance.

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PROCESS & CONCEPT: A MESSAGE FROM OPTIMISTIC FUTURE
PROCESS & CONCEPT: A MESSAGE FROM OPTIMISTIC FUTURE

We set out to create a nuanced user experience that revealed the personality, the passion and the influence behind the work. Music, your biggest inspiration outside of dance, was to be the undercurrent on which to lay our choreographed presentation. We asked, how can we represent music visually to bring to the forefront the most defining characteristics of your choreography?

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Interview : Michael Oliver Harding for Phi Centre
Interview : Michael Oliver Harding for Phi Centre

"Wynn Holmes moves with the electricity in the body"
By Michael Oliver Harding
The Phi Centre, April 26th 2017

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Phi / Trilogy
FOXTROTT : The Tale of a Trilogy

How to translate sound into movement, the subtle integration of queer empowerment themes and the inspirations, joys and down-to-earth challenges of making three music videos are just some of the questions (and answers) explored in this new roundtable discussion video.

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Behind The Scenes : The Kills – Doing it to Death
Behind The Scenes : The Kills – Doing it to Death

A chorus line of Lincoln Continentals rolling through a graveyard in the blistering sun, weaving through palm trees and dancing dudes.

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Interview : Mikela Jay for Never Apart
Interview : Mikela Jay for Never Apart

Never Apart's June 2016 Magazine celebrates one year of Never Apart with exhibitions and features that flow with diversity and dialogue.

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A Taller Us, FOXTROTT’s debut album is a musical interpretation of life’s monolithic challenges.

Alongside VFX artist Martha Aguilar we elaborated on that metaphor for the “Shaky Hands” video and created a vertical climb through various stages of inner turmoil that climaxes into a classic tale of “survival of the fittest”.

Set in a quarry 4 hours south of Montreal, Canada, the video further develops the visual language initially explored in the video for previous single Driven. Choreography set on gravity defying structures highlights the songs musical structure through movement.

A Street Parade Production

Behind the scenes by Rararacquiao

Directed by Kevin Calero
Concept – Street Parade + FOXTROTT + Sabrina G. Jolicoeur
Creative Director Marie-Hélène L. Delorme / FOXTROTT
Producer – Nicolas Archambault
Choreographer – Wynn Holmes
DOP – Jessica Lee Gagné
Assist. Choreo – Chad E Concepcion
VFX – Martha Aguilar
First Director Assistant / Production Coordinator – Guillaume Laflamme
Second Director Assistant / Assistant Editor – Travis Komarnisky
Costume Designer Avery Plewes
Stylist – Richard Autio
Beauty – Jessica LaBlanche [FOLIO]
Assist Cam – Charles-Antoine Auger
Grips – William Fradette + Mathéo Lemay
Colo – Julien Alix [ Post-Moderne ]
Dancers – Edith Collin-Marcoux + Cassie Mainville + Chad Erik Concepcion + Samuel Bélanger + Rodrigo Alvarenga + Tommy Tremblay + Raphaël Gagnon [360 MPM]
Camera – CineGround
Footwear courtesy of Vans Canada + ALDO Shoes

Concept based on photography series by Sabrina G. Jolicoeur sabrinajolicoeur.format.com/000etre

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