Barrowland Ballet has a growing repertoire of award winning short dance films.
Loose Leaf Tea is a comic dance film that looks at the ritualistic role of a cup of tea across three generations of women, from imaginary tea parties to the etiquette of tea.
Using imagery from well-known fairy tales and morality folklore, Wolf explores the interaction and connection between intergenerational communities and families.
Strings brings together young people with complex needs such as autism with dance artists from Barrowland Ballet discovering the rich possibilities for connection through dance.
Whiteout gives resonance to the complexities of bi-racial relationships.
Hoods Off was created and filmed by pupils from St Albert’s Primary School and explores being judged for what they are, not who they are.
The Tea Party was created and filmed by pupils from St Albert’s Primary School and is a comical piece is centred around a Tea Party; originally inspired by Barrowland Ballet’s film Loose Leaf Tea.
Frames was created and filmed by pupils from St Albert’s Primary School and Isobel Mair School taking inspiration from Barrowland Ballet’s immersive video installation, Family Portrait.