Through a dialogue between movement and landscape, Lazarus reflects on the objectification of the woman body in film. The famous quote by Edgar Allan Poe “the death of a beautiful woman is, unquestionably, the most poetical topic in the world” triggers a succession of falls and recoveries that escape the poetic by trying too hard to find it.
Directed by Tuixén Benet
Performed by Àngela Boix
Director of Photography Mavra Peponi
Sound Design by Judy Kim
Voice Over by Alicia Maye
Graphics by Lessa Millet
Color by Marc Martínez Jordán
Tuixén is a choreographer and filmmaker based out of Barcelona and LA. Awarded for her Exceptional Input for Dance Cinema at Choreoscope, 2020. She has choreographed for feature films, advertising campaigns and music videos collaborating with artists such as Tame Impala, Polo & Pan, El Guincho or Juanes. She co-created the dance company Les filles Föllen, best New Talent 2011 by the Dance Association of Catalonia. Besides performing in festivals around Europe and America, she directed her own music videos and short dance films, as well as the medium length choreographic film Aloma i Mila. She is in post-production of her first feature. She graduated in Choreography at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona and earned an MFA in Film Directing at the California Institute of the Arts.
Interview to Tuixén Benet , talking about her creative experience. Filmed via long distance computer call: SKYPE.