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EPIC EPIDEMIC


It’s Twenty Twenty, the year so bad they named it twice! 
Patrick is a young single man busy living the city life. Tonight, he opts for a quiet night in.

He has ice cold beers, comfort food and his favourite escape from reality show “Epic Epidemic” - everything needed to forget the world outside. However, tonight the outside world has an event planned that Patrick cannot decline.



Short Film
Time: 08:00 min
Format: HD

Cast:
Patrick: Patrick Ingenschay
News presenter: Roisin Brehony
Directed by Anders Bigum
Written by S.R. McCormick + Anders Bigum
Cinematography - Anders Bigum
Gaffer - Alex DePew
Sound + Boom Operator – Jordi Braut
TV-Glitch Operator - Daniel Sgan Cohen
Producer - S.R. McCormick

Postproduction
Edit - Wayne Harvey
Music - Neil Luck
Sound Design - Anders Bigum
Sound Mix + Mastering - Jordi Braut
Noise Scramble - Seamus O’Donnell
Color grade - Anders Bigum
Compositing - Daniel Sgan Cohen + Anders Bigum
Graphics - Daniel Sgan Cohen + Martin Behrndt


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05:49


05:49 is an experimental short film that explores the unconscious dreams of an anonymous man



Featuring: Actor/ Tatin Rvng - Design/ Mercurio Sobocki - Sound Design/ Daniel Matz - Direction, Cinematography and Edit/ Anders Bigum - an Another Island Production





Morgan Morgan

Morgan Morgan was created as an interactive on-stage video instalation for the play “Verdens Bedste Forestilling”, at Teater Nordkraft 2018











Verdens Bedste Forestilling

The actors of Teater Nordkraft; Petrine Agger, Jela Natius and Alexander Clement, set out to create “Verdens Bedste Forestilling” - “The best Play in The World” in collaboration with dramaturgy Magnus Iuel Berg, scenographer Claus Helbo and visual artist Anders Bigum.

“Verdens Bedste Forestilling” was based on a wide series of interviews with local citizens of Aalborg, who were asked how they would imagen the best theatre play in the world. All the inputs and desires vocalized in the interviews, found their way on stage in the most crazy, funny, romantic, action packed play you could ever imagine.



Live Guy, Dead Guy


by Neil Luck & Anders Bigum






Live Guy, Dead Guy is a 30 minute music theatre piece for 4 performers. It was originally developed as part of AUT's Operatic Mass Actions' project in Aarhus, Denmark, before receiving it's full premiere in June 2018 at London's Cafe Oto as part of the Kammer Klang concert series.

Live Guy, Dead Guy is a piece in two acts for 4 performers.

The two acts are in some ways connected, but in most ways not. Each are alternative ways of looking at a similar set of problems.

The work is concerned with issues of digital identity, how we connect with each other in a digitally mediated and visually orientated world, and the neo-liberal aspirational shift away from physical labour to disembodied digital labour.

Each act of the piece takes filmic tropes as the basis of the performance aesthetic.

Son/Corpse: Adam de la Cour - Mother/Violin: Chihiro Ono - Father/Viola: Benedict Taylor - Medium: Neil Luck - Video: Anders Bigum

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Anders Bigum - Berlin 2019