Teeter

Teeter portrays a codependent relationship between two people; one of whom plays the role of supporter and caretaker whilst the other moves freely, unencumbered by their own instability. The help given is often taken without the knowledge of the person receiving it; as if an invisible safety net is constantly restoring them back to a safe stance.

This piece is inspired by the physicality of teetering to the edge and then past the point of no return. And is brought to life by the sacrifice of a keeper’s responsibility to stabilize their partner.

This piece is an exploration of the physical and mental relationship between falling and catching.

Director Biography - Mackenzie Carlson

Mackenzie Carlson is a professional dancer and choreographer whom has transformed her creative movement to fit from stage to film.


Director Statement

Everything moves, the world moves. We are here to simply explore it, shape it and share it.


Credits

  • Mackenzie Carlson Director

  • Mackenzie Carlson Writer

  • Mackenzie Carlson Producer

  • Aiden Cass Key Cast “Male Dancer”

  • Sarah Hutton Key Cast “Female Dancer”

  • Meaghan Gipps Vigeographer / Editor

Specifications

  • Project Type: Experimental, Short, Other

  • Genres: dance, experimental, short, mental health

  • Runtime: 6 minutes 45 seconds

  • Completion Date: February 27, 2021

  • Production Budget: 1,200 USD

  • Country of Origin: Canada

  • Country of Filming: Canada

  • Language: English

  • Shooting Format: 1920 by 1080

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: No




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