Brand New Work – Anna McCulla Choreography
Check out our awesome dancer Anna McCulla‘s latest choreographic project MURDER.
MURDER is a dance movie featuring dance moves from some incredible Sydney dancers, including our very own Bernadett Lorincz.
We are very proud of Anna & Co and are super excited to see the whole film.
Filmed on location at Legs on the Wall in Lilyfield, Sydney.
Watch the Teaser
Director + Choreographer: Anna McCulla
Director of Photography + Editor: Brayden Harry
Dancers: Alexandra Ford, Bernadett Lorincz, Cydney Yeats, Jasmin Luna, Mikayla Bayliss and Anna McCulla
Production Assistant: Kara Peake
Music: ‘Murder’ by Lido
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