If your online-binge-viewing-of-dance-video needs are not being met, look no further than Scottish Ballet's recently unveiled digital season, "Under the Skin." Throughout April, its series of short films and live streams will explore new ways to present dance to the world online.
Check out the already released films below.
What Dreams We Have
Directed by award-winning photographer David Eustace and starring Scottish Ballet principal dancer Sophie Martin, this short film depicts a vision of beauty, youth and gracefulness within the vast, brutalist space of St. Peter's Seminary.
The Perfect Place
In this short film, Scottish Ballet's CEO/artistic director Christopher Hampson, choreographer Sophie Laplane and BBC director Laura-Jane McRae tell the story of a couple attempting to rekindle their lost love. Scottish Ballet produced the film in collaboration with BBC Arts Digital and Connected Studios, which uses 360-degree video technology to create a new way to experience dance.
For more information about the series, visit here.