Maze is a stunning short film directed, filmed and edited by Eve McConnachie. The high-energy choreography is by Sophie Laplane who created Maze for the Scottish Ballet’s Autumn Season 2015. The music is by British-born, Boston-based electro musician John Xela and the dancers are Madeline Squire and Javier Andreu from the Scottish Ballet. Laplane will be creating a brand new work for Autumn Season 2016.

Two young people discover each other as they explore a labyrinthine derelict Glaswegian swimming pool.

Eve McConnachie is a graphic designer based in Glasgow. She is also a film-maker, illustrator and trained animator and in her spare time she’s a keen amateur photographer. She studied Animation and Electronic Media at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University Of Dundee and is currently an in-house designer and film-maker at the Scottish Ballet, always on the lookout for interesting new projects and creative challenges. Her film “Maze” premiered at Glasgow Short Film Festival and has since been selected for the San Francisco Dance Film Festival, Perth Screendance Festival (UK) and Encounters Film & Animation Festival.

Maze was produced under the Scottish Ballet Creative Scheme, an outlet for artistic projects exploring the relationship between camera, dance and digital media.

All images © Eve McConnachie

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  1. Dance and music in at the deep end! Loved it.

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