Category Archives: Dance

Nobody – not Batman, not Robin, neither their allies nor their nemeses – can resist the lure of the 1966 Batman theme tune or, indeed, the trap remix by RemixManiacs.

A short by Monster Truck Ninja.


Another superedit of dance scenes from movies: this time – 300 memorable sequences intercut by Casper Langbak.

Full list of movies here.

Related: Let’s Dance


A Music video for ‘War Dance’ by French electronic artist Thylacine, directed by Cyprien Clément-Delmas, featuring a cast including Ukrainian dancers Katerina Belyavskaya, Ivan Zamiga and a lusty pas de deux by two tanks.


349 by filmmaker and artist Kirsten Lauth Shaeffer – a stop motion animation based on a dance performance composed of synchronised hand drawn frames by over 300 individuals.


A moving underwater dance performance by French writer, dancer and director Julie Gaultier. She sez of it:

Ama is a silent film. It tells a story everyone can interpret in their own way, based on their own experience. There is no imposition, only suggestions. I wanted to share my biggest pain in this life with this film. For this is not too crude, I covered it with grace. To make it not too heavy, I plunged it into the water. I dedicate this film to all the women of the world


A 1957 BMW 507 (one of the company’s most beautiful loss-makers) owned and driven exclusively, until his death in March 2017, by the legendary British racing driver John Surtees.

Currently being auctioned by Surtees’ estate for between €2,300,000 and €2,500,000.


Behold: the David Brown Speedback Silverstone Edition.

With a look inspired by the classic Ferrari and Aston Martin GT racers of the 1960s, this 5.0l supercharged, V8 roadster will do 250km/h and 0-100km/h in 4.2 seconds.

Not that you’ll care a jot, reclined in the luxurious brogued tan leather and scorched Ebony Macassar interior, listening to Verdi on the 7.1-channel Bowers & Wilkins sound system.

Ten will be built. One can be yours for €696,000+.


Zaouli, the traditional dance of the Guro people of central Ivory Coast – always performed by a man, but not generally to the sound of Ethnodynamix by Parisian trancers Hilight Tribe.