OUR FEATURED FILM – ISOLATION
Created and directed by Lukas Mcfarlane.
Proudly commissioned by Wac Arts
Co-produced by Untitled Entertainment Ltd.
Performed to the tracks “Please Catch Me” by Lukas Mcfarlane “End of the Affair” by Ben Howard “Time” by Jack Garratt.
Filmed and edited by ninety one films
additional filming by Kyle Richardson, lighting design by Will Alder.
Assistant creative / choreographer Amy Tomlinson.
Starring Harrison Dowzel, Steven Thompson, Benjamin Ritter, Catie Ambrose, Cameron Jones, Nafisah Baba, Andrea Dvorak, Shaun Niles, Kim Taylor, Jonathan Bishop, Taiya Needham, Jay Revell, Cole Dilley, Fabio Fiorillo, Kamila Zalewska, Lianne Lee-May, Yves Cueni, Yasmin Li, Jamie Mason, Amy Tomlinson, Lukas Mcfarlane.
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Empowering young people to change their world through the arts
We believe in the infinite power of the arts to unleash the extraordinary potential of young people. Wac Arts offers inclusive performing arts and media programmes for young people aged 5-26.
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Weekend and evening enrichment programmes, summer and holiday projects and a full-time professional training course in the Old Town Hall, Belsize Park in the borough of Camden. Wac Arts has a wide range of halls, studios, rehearsal facilities and meeting rooms for hire. Increasingly recognised as one of London’s top venues for performing arts clientele and a creative hub for our community.
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