Spiritual Tutting

Posted in Urban

Two top tiny tot bboys

I don’t know why anyone would make a commercial with the two top tiny tot bboys and only have one of them dance, but whatever. It’s still sick.

American Apparel – Directed By Tony Kelly from Milton Adamou on Vimeo.

Posted in Urban

Rumba by the best

Arguably the best latin dancers alive, this simple and beautiful Rumba is the best of the best. No flash, nothing fake, just movement.

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Flying in the dark

Posted in Contemporary

Double Dose of Cloud Campos

Bboy Daniel “Cloud” Campos, the Illster in The LXD series, brings two videos: one from the outside looking in and the other from the inside looking out.

Sofia Boutella & Daniel ‘Cloud’ Campos from Demón home video on Vimeo.

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Flamenco in the Classroom

A very cool short demo of a class of higher-level flamenco students in Cádiz, Spain.

Posted in Flamenco, World

Foxtrot in an awkward daydream

An oldie but goodie, recently recut by director Garrett Gibbons.

“Nurse Gave Me Fever” (Director’s Cut) from Garrett Wesley Gibbons on Vimeo.

Posted in Ballroom

Joffrey Ballet Promo

The Joffret ballet in Chicago has some of the best dancers in the world, and this promo shows it so well, characterizing each dancer beautifully. What talent and what personality!

Posted in Ballet

Tahitian Fire Dance done right

My friend Devin Graham also shares a passion for dance, and beautifully captured the drama, mystery, energy and danger of Tahitian fire dance.

Posted in World

Rooftop Dance Therapy Session

This is the type of piece that Dance Short Films is based around: dance, well-filmed, that tells a story. This therapy session on an urban rooftop was choreographed by Marc Kimelman and directed by Dante Russo.


  • Ashley Adamek
  • Sheena DiMatteo
  • Vashty Mompoint
  • CJ Tyson
  • Michael McArthur

Additional credits include Nick Hartanto (Directory of Photography/Gaffer), Marjorie LeWit (Editor), Josh Schulteis (Stylist/Wardrobe) and Matthew Makar (Location/Set).

Posted in Contemporary

Bboys telling stories

Garrett Gibbons directed this music video for Theoretics in Seattle, and used bboys (breakdancers) to tell the stories of three individuals from various walks of life who break through barriers, evolve and ascend. Dance is the metaphor to show this transformation, and dancers Jessica Hu, Brian Ung and Mikeskee Huang performed excellently.

Posted in Urban

Flamenco by window light

Flamenco has always been one of my favorite music and dance genres so it was a pleasure to work with the talented Alma Sanjo (singer, guitarist) and Sarai Lacaci Claros (bailaora) when in Málaga, Spain last week.

(Produced, Directed, Filmed and Edited by Garrett Wesley Gibbons)

Posted in Flamenco, World