Film description: This 5-part movie was created for the Danish Architecture Centre in connection to their 2016 exhibition “Let’s Play”.
The 5 scenes take you to select iconic Copenhagen locations over the course of a day, from sunrise to sunset. Each scene feature different unique activities, and people performing them, selected specifically for the time, tempo, scale and feel of that specific space.
Rather than the technical difficulty of the movements themselves – however impressive they may be – the lead performers function mainly as a point of reference, or anchor, for the camera, while in reality trying to capture the mood and feel of the space around them from a social and everyday point of view.
Produced by Street Movement for DAC – the Danish Architecture Center Concept, Idea & Direction by Mikkel Rugaard Cinematography by Mathias Tegtmeier – skillfully filmed on a Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K Project supported by.
Riders: Acroyoga experts Jeppe Skovgaard and Julie Hendel Astrup. Louise Sørensen and her PushyMums. Street Movement parkour athletes Lavdrim Elmazi, Peter Mollerup, Mikkel Rugaard & Elias Zimakoff. Skateboarder Mads Lilkær. Social bathing crew: Tobias Andersen, Jakob Larsen, Mikkel Rugaard and Troels Øhman.
Music: Kaixen – How Did We Still Parade – 07:41 Droeloe – Zzz Chrome Sparks – Marijuana Moods – Love Is Real
Location: Part 1 – 4:30AM is filmed at the Royal Theatre, The Playhouse. Part 2 – 9:00AM is filmed at Amager Beach Park. Part 3 – 12:30PM is filmed at Charlotte Amundsen’s Square. Part 4 – 5:00PM is filmed at Superkilen Park. Part 5 – 8:30PM is filmed at KayakBar, on the harbour canal between the National Bank and the old Stock Exchange.
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