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A full length documentary (2023) by Promenade Films, directed and filmed by Helen Ashauer and Fabio Mota.

Three juxtaposing stories taking place in Portugal, Austria and Cuba create an intimate and poetic portrait of the daily lives and struggles of the elderly in an unstable world, seen through the eyes of their grandchildren.

Soundtrack release scheduled for January 2024, the music blends folk influences from Cuba, Portuagal and Ukraine. All performed and recorded by Frank Moon on portuguese guitar, tres cubano, balalaika, guitar, congas and percussion.

Directed by Helen Aschauer and Fabio Mota

Produced by Promenade Films

Nominated for Best Cinematography in Documentary by the Portuguese Society of Cinematographers, 2024.


Short film by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jess Wright, produced by English National Ballet. Winner of Best Original Score at Changing Faces International Film Festival.When legendary ballerina Marie Taglioni, the first woman to go 'en pointe' retired, her pointe shoes were bought by a fan, cooked at a lavish dinner party and served to 35 guests.


Commissioned by English National Ballet and directed by Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright, Curing Albrecht won many awards including Best Dance Film (New Renaissance Film Festival), Best Director (Portland Dance Film Festival) and Best Soundtrack (Pentedattilo Film Festival). BBC iPlayer also hosted the film during January 2017.

Inspired by themes of dancing and madness in the classic ballet Giselle, this story shows a young man who checks into a bespoke institution, hoping to be cured of his inability to stop dancing. The film was created as a curtain raiser for ENB & Akram Khan's Giselle in 2016.

The score is a 'recomposition' of Adolf Adam's score for Giselle.