HAUNTING DOUGLAS

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“HAUNTING DOUGLAS is a documentary about New Zealand’s renowned choreographer, dancer, filmmaker and artist Douglas Wright. It is an insight into Wright’s work and mind. Drug addiction, illness, applause and accolades have all been part of his journey, themes which have been explored on stage and in front of audiences around the world. Travelling to New York and London where he learned so much about his craft, one of Douglas’s mentors Paul Taylor recounts the early days. The dancers who helped bring his vision to life also discuss Douglas’s creative process. His work is challenging, provocative and encompasses the brilliance that is so evident in the man himself.” (TVNZ Publicity)

Featured dance films:
“Ore”, “Forever”, “Arc-a Trilogy”, “As It Is - a fragment”, “How On Earth”, “Now Is The Hour”, “Petrouchka”, “Faun variations”, “Last Look”, “Elegy”, “Hey Paris”, “Halo”, “Dead Dreams of Monochrome Men”, “Gloria”, “Inland”

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Year 2003

Reference number F59141

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:15:00

Production company Spacific Films

Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington

Credits Producer: Shona McCullagh
Producer: Leanne Pooley
Director: Leanne Pooley
Editor: Tim Woodhouse
Photography: John Cavill
Photography: Simon Raby
Dv Camera: Leanne Pooley
Sound: Eugene Arts
Sound: Terry King
Original Music: David Long
Production Management: Elaine Parker
Production Management: Chris Erson
Online Editor: Andrew Mortimer
Stories: Douglas Wright
Stories: Patricia Moore
Stories: Shona McCullagh
Stories: Neil Ieremia
Stories: Billie Farnell
Stories: Malcolm Ross
Stories: Debra McCulloch
Stories: Marianne Schultz
Stories: Betty De Long
Stories: Paul Taylor
Stories: Tobias Schneehaum
Stories: Taiaroa Royal
Stories: Lloyd Newson
Stories: Kilda Northcott
Stories: Chris Graves

Related Link Watch an excerpt at NZonScreen