Lewis Landini is a dancer and filmmaker based in Glasgow, Scotland.
He has created work for the BBC, Scottish Ballet, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, The Work Room, Rambert Dance Company and The Ninth Wave. His work has been screened at film festivals internationally and featured by The Skinny and Clash Magazine.
Recent work includes:
Beàrnaraigh — a response to the remote island of Great Bernera in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland made in collaboration with Glasgow-based band Luthia.
And Let Them Glow — a dance film set in a derelict theatre, featuring ballet dancer Nicholas Shoesmith and music by Yllwshrk.
Lewis has worked on a range of television programmes including Mother Tuckers: Drag Queens of Glasgow (BBC Studios/BBC Scotland) and Edinburgh Nights (BBC Studios/BBC Two) and recently edited Katrina McPherson and Harold Rhéaume's latest screendance work Paysages Mixtes/Mixed Landscapes.
Lewis danced with Scottish Ballet for 8 years, performing in venues across the UK and internationally, and draws on this experience in his filmmaking. He continues his own dance and movement practice.
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