DIRECTED BY Pioneer Winter, Tabatha Mudra

Country: USA
Language: English
Original Title: GIMP GAIT

Running Time: 5min
Film Year: 2016
Category: Shorts

Gimp Gait is a solo for two – surrogates to one another. It includes exploration of the subjects’ private and public lives – how the perspective of the viewer may attempt to control or shape or have some sort of power over who they are. The title of this work discloses its origin: ‘gimp’, a slur meant to mark a weak or handicapped person and ‘gait’, the manner or style of a person’s walk. The subjects do not hide these from you – do you have a good view? Can you notice every part of their bodies – both the similarities and differences? This is Marjorie, and she wants you to witness her. This is Pioneer, and he is performing Marjorie’s power.




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Director: Pioneer Winter, Tabatha Mudra
Executive Producer: Pioneer Winter Collective

Music: soundForMovement, Abi-L-ity, and the dancers
Cinematographer: Tabatha Mudra
Editor: Jacqueline Romano

Cast: Marjorie Burnett, Pioneer Winter

Pioneer Winter, Tabatha Mudra

Pioneer Winter is a Miami-based choreographer and director of the risk-taking and experimental Pioneer Winter Collective - invested in physical theatre, contemporary dance, and transmedia. Pioneer Winter is director of Tigertail Production’s ScreenDance Miami Festival.

Tabatha Mudra was inspired to transition into film after fifteen years in photography. Mudra’s goal was to enhance her storytelling, using film as a platform to more effectively engage and communicate with audiences thus creating a moving experience.