I didn’t know I was waiting for this until it arrived. They have just released the trailer for the documentary shot during What Moves You, the Eurythmy conference I participated in last July (read my thoughts). I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for a movie in my life.
When this showed up on my Facebook feed last Saturday I watched it on a loop for a half an hour, doing the movements from the pieces they show, recognizing and remembering the things that went on during that month of preparing and performing; seeing people I knew, and even a clip of myself and getting so excited despite understanding only a small handful of what was said. I shared it with every social networking platform I have an account with, liked it, subscribed to the channel, and now I am sharing it with you all.
It has been just over seven months since we took our bows on our final performance, but the relationships I gained and strengthened over the course of this program, the knowledge I came to, have made it an unforgettable experience.
Eurythmy is a strange language to speak, but I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of the project that is bringing it to a slightly larger stage.
As I eagerly await the next announcement of this movie, I can’t help but wonder in where it will take me. In many ways it is too soon to tell what taking part in this project has brought me, but I have seen in myself already a better awareness of the world, a pride in what I’ve been a part of, and connections all over the world.
To What Moves You: here’s to the hope that we will all be friends for many years to come. Here’s to the connections we’ve made and are holding onto. To where we’ve been and where we’re sure to go. You are all in my heart every day and I cannot wait for the day when we meet again. Because of course, WE WILL MEET AGAIN.