Lost in Motion II explores the spectrum of emotions experienced by an Artist as they bare their soul for all to see. The film showcases the Artist's state of mind by depicting her within an ominous yet atmospheric environment where she dances in solitude. Adorned in a vibrant red dress that reflects the iconic stage curtains of the theatre, she pushes herself to the limits of her seemingly solitude performance. As the film draws to a close, we see that the dancer has in fact been performing on stage the entire time, and that the visual world is a fantasy one created by her imagination.
Director: Ben Shirinian Choreographer: Guillaume Côté Dancer: Heather Ogden Original Story by: Ben Shirinian and Guillaume Côté DOP: Jeremy Benning, csc Editor: Jon Devries VFX: Crush Producers: Nick Sorbara, Leslie Aimée Gottlieb Production Company: Krystal Levy Pictures Funders: bravoFACT, KLP, AnyMotion "Avalanche" Performed by Leonard Cohen Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc