"The Myles Yachts Project"
“The Myles Yachts Project" is a 4 minute film that intercuts between interview and performance memorizing footage of dancer Ron Myles, whose style, “Memphis Jookin,” is a combination of smooth, mind-bending, gliding and sharp “gangster walking.”
Director Jeannette Godoy was inspired to make the film, staying true to her dance roots. “When I first saw Myles perform, I was blown away. He’s got star-quality charisma and his dance ability is beyond anything I’ve ever seen in a street dancer. I knew I had to shoot something with him,” she said.
Godoy's film is her first collaboration with Superlounge since rejoining its directorial roster this year.
Production Company: Superlounge
Director: Jeannette Godoy
Executive Producer: Dave Farrell
Executive Producer: Vicki Ordeshook
Producer: Jordan Brady
Director of Photography: Michael Svitak
Sound Mixer: Moe Chamberlin
Editorial: Rock Paper Scissors
Editor: Zoe Mougin
Producer: Amanda Ornelas
Executive Producer: Raná Martin
Visual Effects: Arsenal
Flame Artist: Chris Noellert
Producer: Pravina Sippy
Executive Producer: Cortney Haile
Colorist: Taylor Black
Producer: Stefanie Schaldenbrand
Executive Producer: LaRue Anderson
Audio Mix: Lime
Mixer: Jeff Malen
Producer: Kayla Phungglan
Executive Producer: Susie Boyajan
Music: “SWISH” by Myles Yachts
Producer: Timothy BOS Bullock
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