Bone (2005 film)

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Directed by Mila Aung-Thwin
Produced by EyeSteelFilm
Starring Snell Thouin Project
Beijing Modern Dance Company
Willy Tsao
Release date
Running time
48 minutes
Country Canada

Bone is a 48-minute 2005 documentary about the first modern dance co-production between Canada and China, directed and choreographed by Nadine Thouin (Go-On Productions/ formerly Snell Thouin Project) in collaboration with the Beijing Modern Dance Company. The film was directed by Mila Aung-Thwin of EyeSteelFilm production company and produced by EyeSteelFilm. It had its premier at Bravo! specialty television channel.[1][2]

China Times had a favorable review, saying, "In the performance of Chinese and Canadian artists, we witness a sort of artistic pulling force, which may well become the future direction of art."[3]


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