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Director: William J. Stribling|
Category: Experimental Short
Place of Origin: New York, NY
Shooting Locations: New York City and Maine
Synopsis: (Experimental Dance) The film follows six ARCHETYPES through a dream-like reality as they near the end of a cycle. Ares and Athena are fated into a timeless battle, siblings pitted against one another, their destinies inextricably forced to collide. Hermes carries the call to action for all thus setting the stage for a final struggle between order and chaos, light and darkness. In the balance hangs the prophetic Pandora, burdened with a key and plagued by nightmares symbolic of the impending storm. Wise Prometheus accompanies her as they journey off to find Atlas whom ultimately carries the portal to their final destination.
Cast: Joey Loto , Quincie Hydock, Colette Krogol, Daniel Cucinella, Matt Reeves, Brandon Washington
Crew: Writer: Colette Krogol & Matt Reeves; Producers: Orange Grove Dance- Colette Krogol & Matt Reeves; Choreographed by Colette Krogol and Matt Reeves (Orange Grove Dance) Director of Photography Alex Gallitano, Composer Dylan Glatthorn, Edited by Raymond Fraser and Thomas Nudi, Costume Design by Jessica Ray Harrison, Production Design by Alex Whittenberg
Production Background & Fun Facts: "Using Greek mythological archetypes and insights from the Monomyth Theory of Joseph Campbell as a base for inspiration, we are creating modern mythologies within an abstract narrative that live and breathe in the fabric of today's human psyche. Joseph Campbell said "Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths." 'THE ARCHETYPES' is an exploration into the private dreams that make up our new public myths today. A UNIQUE DANCE FILM "Dance on film is always an affirmation of the moving storyteller we have inside our bodies. It reminds us to listen to the body. The body speaks deeply to who we are as people and often times it speaks with more honesty and clarity than the mouth. For this reason alone we need more dance on film. It is one of the few ways we can keep our ancestral truths relevant in a modern society" Matt Reeves- Orange Grove Dance Co-Writer & Choreographer for THE ARCHETYPES.
Festivals & Accolades: Dam Short Film Festival, Underground Film Festival, Stockholm Independent Film Festival (Nominated for an Arthouse Award), Angaelica Film Festival, Skyline Indie Film Festival, Et Cultura Film Festival