Gazelle Twin & NYX: Deep England is a live performance film by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard.
Reuniting to sing together for the first time in 15 months, NYX and Gazelle Twin gathered at Grade 2 listed building, Shoreditch Town Hall to perform an abridged version of their critically acclaimed album, Deep England. Rooted in English pagan and sacred music, Deep England is an electronic-choral expansion of Gazelle Twin’s 2018 album Pastoral (Anti-Ghost Moon Ray). Here, tracks from Pastoral, an album whose political themes have only intensified since its original release, are radically reworked and presented alongside music arrangements by NYX Music Director Sian O’Gorman, Paul Giovanni and William Blake. Created in collaboration with Movement Director Imogen Knight and Sound Associate Peter Rice.
More info: serious.org.uk/events/gazelle-twin-and-nyx
Directors: Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
Gazelle Twin: Elizabeth Bernholz
NYX: Sian O’Gorman, Kelechi Anuchi, Ruth Corey, Cecilia Forssberg, Adelaide Pratoussy, Shireen Qureshi, Natalie Sharp.
Director of Photography: Erik Wilson
Editor: Olly Stothert
Lighting Designer: Gillian Tan
Sound Engineer: Gareth Finnegan
Camera Operator: Robbie Chapman
1st AC’s: David Penfold, Aidan Byran, Angela Garcia
2nd AC: James Root
Camera Supplier: Shift 4
Creative Directors: Joshua Thomas, Philiipa Neels
Music Director: Sian O’Gorman
Production: NYX Collective Records
Movement Director: Imogen Knight
Sound Associate: Peter Rice
Hair & Make-up: Natalie Sharp
Gazelle Twin Management: Steve Malins
Programmer: Rob Farhat
Event Producer: Joe Lawes
Technicians: John Brown, Andras Simonits
Production Assistant: Kaya La Bonte-Hurst
Post Production: Dirty Looks
Colourist: Gareth Bishop
With thanks to: Anna Josephs, Binky Hyde, Chloe Lamford, Jade Roswell, Jessica Moore, Jonathan Barnbrook, Olivia Rose Hulme, Nick Carling, Rosh Mahtani, Zoe Miller, Shoreditch Town Hall.
Made with support of Arts Council England