After top contemporary choreographer Paul Lightfoot lost his father during lockdown without being allowed into the hospital to say goodbye, he began working remotely on a piece to process his emotions. The result is a powerful, moving tribute to those affected by the pandemic and a beacon of creative possibility in this unprecedented time.

Filmed in Grundtvigs Kirke, København.

Director William Armstrong
Choreographer Paul Lightfoot
Dancer Sebastian Haynes
Producer Allan Stenild
Produced By Stonefire & Weirdo
Cinematographer Jacob Møller
Focus Puller Rasmus Gaardhøje
Steadicam Operator Jonas Torp
Gaffer Noah Lynnerup
2nd Unit Camera Rasmus Hasle
2nd Unit Assistant Alexander Lissalde
Sound Recordist Jasnai Jansen
Production Assistant Lavdim Morina
Camera Supplier I Shot Rental
Original Music By Alexander McKenzie
Strings Andreas Bernitt
Editor Stephen Dunne
Editorial TenThree
Assistant Editor Gary Bowyer
2nd Assistant Editor Jules Bayer-Crier
Editorial Producer Ed Hoadley
Stills Photographer Morten Bengtsson
Sound Design Anders Singh Vesterdahl
Colourist Nicke Cantarelli
Online Moose Studio
Titles Sibling Studio
Title Designer Jorge Peschiera
Titles Producers Shelby Ross, Joanna Fillie


Patricia-Mary Lightfoot
Saura Lightfoot-Leon
Philip Maury
Grundtvigs Kirke, Copenhagen
Niels Henrik Juul
Philip Dysted Frank
Lene Juhl
Nanna Teisner Nielsen
Sognepraest Vibeke Bidstrup
Peter Bo Bendixen
Nederlands Dance Theater
The Lab, Copenhagen
Zoom Video Communications
Mattsson & McGehee Pianos
Carolina Praetorius
Tobias Praetorius
Simon Ladefoged
Sofie Bay

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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