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You are feeling _____________.
It is a short film of contemporary dance performed by two professional dancers, choreographed and directed by Fernando Domínguez. "You're Feeling" is based on the Harvard Business Review interview with grief expert David Kessler during the global pandemic in which Kessler confirmed in March 2020 that a palpable sense of collective grief had emerged. He explained how the five classic stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, sadness, acceptance) apply to the current global situation.
Official Trailer (2021)
Meet the talent of this cinematographic work
Elvedin Siljdedic is a dancer originally from Bosnia who in 2017 moved to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, to continue his dance education at Codarts, University for the Arts, which helped him develop technical skills and artistic vision. In his last year of studies he did his internship with Scapino Ballet in Rotterdam. He had the opportunity to travel first with Codarts with the project “Talent on the move” and then with Scapino with two Ed Wubbe productions around the Netherlands and internationally. He now works as a freelance dancer based in the Netherlands with various artists and choreographers.
European member of FDR Dance since 2020.
Alberto Albanese is a young Italian dancer recently graduated from 'Codarts Arts University' after a full season of work with 'Conny Janssen Danst'. Alberto was active with different types of dance and creation shows. During this time, he was challenged to explore various working methods, such as creating his own material or performing improvisations incorporating choreographic ideas methods. Lately Alberto participates in projects working as an independent dancer based in Holland.
European member of FDR Dance since 2021.
Director | Choreographer | Editor
Fernando Domínguez Rincón (San Luis Potosí, Mex. 1987) has a Bachelor of Dance, a specialist in modern and contemporary dance. She studied at CODARTS - Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands, was awarded the "Corrie Hartong Funds" scholarship and graduated in 2011. Her initial education in dance began in Mexico at the Instituto Potosino de Bellas Artes and at the American Ballet Theater. College program in New York.
After graduating, Fernando Domínguez built a career as a dancer, teacher, and choreographer. As a choreographer, he works for formal dance performances and for video dance in the Netherlands, Germany and Mexico. Director of his own company called FDR DANCE that, in addition to developing artistic work, produces international exchanges between Europe and Mexico; with recognized companies such as Nederlands Dans Theater and Budapest Dance Theater.
His choreographic work for video dance has collected more than 35 awards around the world, including Best Short Film at the Cannes Short Film Festival in 2015. He is currently producing a new short film for CODARTS Rotterdam Dance Academy which will premiere in 2019 and a short film for CEPRODAC in Mexico.
She is currently studying Master in choreography at CODARTS - FONTYS.
As a dancer he performed an extensive repertoire that includes works by Jiri Kylian, Hans Van Manen, Lucinda Childs, Martha Graham, Adriaan Luteijn, Liat Magnezy, Arno Schuitemaker, Melissa Ellbeger, among others.