Adriano Cirulli combines visual effects and choreography to create an abstract dance between a woman and a man. FALLING is set against a black that bleeds against its two performers, and essentially focuses on their bodily movements as gravity (and a bit of cool editing) intended. The aural component to Cirulli’s short is composed by Antonino Chiaramonte, with controlled cinematography by Francesco Di Giacomo.

Check out the official details as follows:

“A study of human interaction expressed through movement and sound. Falling is the result of a painstaking combination of digital visual effects, choreography and electroacoustic music.

Directed, Edited and Animated by Adriano Cirulli. Music by Antonino Chiaramonte. Cinematography by Francesco Di Giacomo.

1st Prize Art Lab Award at Festival Internazionale del Cinema D’Arte 2012.

Best Experimental Film at Wimbledon Shorts Film Festival 2011.”

Watch the elegance unfold down at the bottom of the page.