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 beauty in the nature

saturday, September 28, 2019 at 12:15pm

Program #9

There are so many beautiful things in the world. Human body and nature are one of them. It is pure and powerful thing. I captured these two things camouflaging each other in this film.

Meet the filmmakers


DIRECTOR - Makino Hayashi






Makino Hayashi

Makino Hayashi was born in Kumamoto, Japan. She started ballet at Kumamoto Ballet Studio when she was nine years old. She joined Colorado Ballet in 2002 as an apprentice, was promoted to corps de ballet in 2004, and she has been dancing at The Oregon Ballet Theatre since 2010.

She started choreographing when she was twenty years old. First ballet she made was "Ukare Ishi" for theatrical company called "Kirara" in 2003 in Kumamoto Japan. She choreographed "Brothers and a sister" in 2013 and "What do you see..." in 2018 for Oregon Ballet Theatre. She choreographed "On the other side of the door" for Kumamoto Ballet performance and "Mother Earth" for Ballet Space Future performance in Kumamoto Japan in 2018. She choreographed "The Spot Light" as a gift for her husband for his retirement in 2019. 
She starts involving to film making in 2018 and got accepted to the film festival called "VIDEOSKIN" in Canada in 2018.

As her dancer career, she has been featured in the role of "Rassemblement" and "Jardi tancat" by Nacho Duato, "In the Middle Somewhat Elevated" and "The Second Detail" by William Forsythe, "Fallig Angels" by Jiri Kylian, "The Lost Dance" by Matjash Mrozewski, "Instinctual Confidence" by Darrell Grand Moutrie, "Beautiful Decay" by Nicolo Fonte, "Terra" and "Petal" by Helen Pickett, "Napoli" by August Bournonville and "Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream" by Christopher Stowell.