Watch: Meeting Point by Michael Middelkoop

Michael Middelkoop, a film director based out of Amsterdam, Netherlands, has presented a beautiful short dance film named Meeting Point. The short film focuses on Calliope Tsoupaki’s musical piece, which was written in connection to the current events surrounding COVID-19.

Talking about the film Middelkoop said: “A few weeks ago, at the outbreak of Covid-19, I was connected via my agent to Greek composer Calliope Tsoupaki, who’s currently fulfilling a residency in the Netherlands. She created a piece in response to our current global status and asked if I had any ideas for it. I immediately responded to it, and the result is ‘Meeting Point’ featuring Shay Latukolan, choreographer of Stormy’s Vossi Bop and Yseult’s ‘Noir”


Composer & Artist: Calliope Tsoupaki
Director: Michael Middelkoop
Production: HEAT
Dancer: Shay Latukolan
Producer: Luc de Kock
Assistance: Merle Keller
Director of Photography: Zeeger Verschuren
1st Assistant Camera: Maric Dam
Steady Cam: Jasper van Gheluwe
Editing: Maarten Ernest
Grading: Ruben Labree
Special thanks to: Maene-Ypma, Cinesupply


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