Rompi Rompi




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Published on Aug 4, 2009

RompiRompi was shot in the summer of 2006 and finally premiered in nov. 2007. It was selected for the Best of showing at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival of 2008. It is a Pixelfarmers' production created in conjunction with the Gaiananda Dance and Music Ensemble. Heidi W. and Suzanne Gerard created the original choreography set to the traditional Turkish song Rompi Rompi, recorded by the Gaiananda musicians, that inspired the expended music video version. Six members of the ensemble are now a part of Keshvar Project..

Credits:Mark Stucker: producer/director/2nd editor,director of photography/gaia clarinetist;  
Matt Davis:post production; Beth Fowler:1st camera jib operator; Mark Mock: 2nd camera; David Johnson: gaia tupan drummer, 1st asst. director/ set construction; Suzanne Gerard: director of dance gaiananda; set propping, Lauren Frederick:gaia dancer/set propping/ set construction; Camille Wagner: gaia dancer/ set propping; Kristi Schewe: gaia dancer/set propping; Heidi W.: gaia dreamer dancer/ set propping; Gregory Morris: gaia fiddle/audio playback, lighting & gripping assist; Bill Menton: gaia bouzouki/audio playback, lighting & gripping assist; Dale Baechle: gaia doumbek drummer, gripping assist; Lisa Henry: script supervisor, camera dance consultant; Caroline Good (Caeli), slate clapper, still photographer/cafe patron; Nikko Godoy: audio playback & café patron; Lori Mackay: craft services; Flora Leptak-Moreau: café patron; Teresa Miller: café patron; Music: Rompi Rompi - trad.;

Thanks to our post production facility Red Echo Post and Craig Tyree. 
Thanks to our equipment suppliers: Midwest Grip & Lighting, Camera Department, Kaleidoscope, Melissa Godoy.
Shot on location at the Center for World Rhythms and Movement & Mt. Storm Park
- Cincinnati, OH.
This is a Pixelfarmers Production ©2006-2007


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