Point Street

Point Street is a short dance film that takes place within a Fremantle car park. The film explores the architecture of the building and highlights it's beautiful soft pastel exterior. The dancers flit in and out of frame like birds against a blue cloudy sky.

  • Ashleigh White
  • Gogi Dance Collective
  • Isabel Wartmann
    Key Cast
    "Dancer - Purple"
  • Brent Rollins
    Key Cast
    "Dancer - Yellow"
  • Talitha Maslin
    Key Cast
    "Dancer - Pink"
  • Montserrat Heras
    Key Cast
    "Dancer - Pink"
  • Sarah Chaffey
    Key Cast
    "Dancer - Yellow"
  • Mitchell Aldridge
    Filming and Editing
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  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 30, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    1,500 AUD
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  • Student Project:
  • Strut Dance Shortcuts 2021
    May 6, 2021
    Australia Premiere
Director Biography - Ashleigh White

Ashleigh White is a director, choreographer and performer who is interested in creating site-specific dance works that engage new audiences in places familiar to them by collaborating with artists across different disciplines. Ashleigh received her Bachelor of Arts from WAAPA in 2012 and has since founded a dance company called Gogi Dance Collective, that is triennially funded, in Gold Coast QLD. Ashleigh has worked predominantly independently and also with Everybody NOW, Tammy Zarb and Co, The Flash Collective, Phluxus2 Dance Collective, Kate Shearer, All the Queens Men and Travers Ross. Ashleigh is based in Perth WA and travels between there and the Gold Coast as she continues to work extensively with Gogi Dance Collective. Most recently Ashleigh choreographed and performed a work called Social Fabric in STRUT Dance’s, sold out season, Situ-8 at the State Theatre Centre of WA. Ashleigh is passionate about developing a methodology for creating site-specific works and furthering her artistic practice of dancing on the beach.

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Director Statement

The inspiration of Point Street came about over time as I walked past the building each day on my way to work. The repetition of passing through the urban landscape and the feeling of being drawn to this car park fascinated me and through this I began my obsession with a multicoloured carpark that eventuated into a quirky short dance film.