WAREHAUS: making it happen

The women of WAREHAUS dance collective deliver a brief tribute to collaboration and tenacity in the art of making dreams happen.

WAREHAUS: making it happen is a short documentary that follows an emerging Canadian contemporary dance collective at the beginning of their journey down the long road that is a life-long career of dancing, creating and making it all happen. The ambitious pair comment on life as an artist, inspiration and the value of collaboration in an ever changing world and an even more demanding industry.

  • Gemma Crowe
  • Gemma Crowe
  • Gemma Crowe
  • Akeisha de Baat
    Key Cast
  • Megan Hunter
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short
  • Genres:
    dance film, short, documentary
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 8, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
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  • Dance Allsorts - Warehaus Dance Collective
    Vancouver, BC
    January 15, 2017
    Premiere / work in progress
Director Biography - Gemma Crowe

Dancing developed a creative and expressive platform upon which Gemma Crowe began to build her artistic career. Enamored with the study of all facets of dance, Crowe completed her Bachelor of Art’s degree Majoring in Dance. Undertaking several choreographic projects solidified the foundation for her interest in pursuing the physical and visual aspects of movement. Crowe left Calgary to pursue work in the Film Industry, completing the Digital Film Production Program at Langara College and an internship in New York City with The think/feel Reel. Working as an independent filmmaker, Crowe pursues the study of movement as a practice as well as an art form through the medium of film.

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