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Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne 2011 - Director : Wright, Timo

Choreographer(s) : Meklin, Heli (Finland)

Present in collection(s): Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne

Video producer : Timo Wright

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Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne 2011 - Director : Wright, Timo

Choreographer(s) : Meklin, Heli (Finland)

Present in collection(s): Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne

Video producer : Timo Wright

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Edited, shot and directed by Timo Wright

Choreographer and Executive Producer: Heli Meklin

Perfomers:

Jari Vuomajoki, Emilia Neuvonen, Laura Vesterinen, Esete Sutinen, Arttu Palmio, Andrius Katinas, Elinä Häyrynen, Anna Mustonen

Meklin, Heli

Wright, Timo

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Choreography : Heli Meklin

Interpretation : Jari Vuomajoki, Emilia Neuvonen, Laura Vesterinen, Esete Sutinen, Arttu Palmio, Andrius Katinas, Elinä Häyrynen, Anna Mustonen

Video conception : Tourné, monté et réalisé par Timo Wright

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Producteur exécutif : Heli Meklin

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