"Dance is hard, the relationships are harder".

Keir Clyne's latest short film "LOVE ME." explores the relationships in dance between several groups including the choreographer, the performer and the audience. This dark experimental film poses the inner workings of the dance world in a new and interesting way allowing the viewer to see a slice of what they might never have seen.

  • Keir Clyne
  • Keir Clyne & The Company of Objects
  • Abbey Adams
    Key Cast
  • Tuulia Soininen
    Key Cast
  • Jasmine Rook
    Key Cast
  • Rianne Roberts
    Key Cast
  • Amy Nuttall
    Key Cast
  • Iana Sudziarska
    Key Cast
  • Jade Crowther
    Key Cast
  • Libbie Edwards
    Key Cast
  • Kate Spavins
    Key Cast
  • Natasha Dawkes
    Key Cast
  • Adele Sargent
    Key Cast
  • Tilly Lara Winnett
    Key Cast
  • Keir Clyne
    Editing / Sound / Camera
  • Keir Clyne
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    dance, choreography, experimental, all female cast
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 51 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 23, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    30 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Panasonic P2
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Director Biography - Keir Clyne

Keir Clyne is a visual artist and choreographer currently studying a BA Hons in Dance & Choreography at Falmouth University. Originally trained in traditional forms of dance such as contemporary and tap, Clyne now makes work in many different forms using this basic training to create interesting and thought provoking pieces from installations to film work.

Some themes that reappear in Clyne’s work are the effect of humanising objects and dehumanising people in a performance context, the feeling of hopelessness and the human nature that encompasses it and the representation of a purgatory state in art.

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Director Statement

"You are the ART that you create" - Keir Clyne, 2015