A girl dancing in front of glow-in-the-dark paper is so mesmerizing

In his experimental short film entitled Glow, filmmaker Jonah Haber proves you don’t need a lot to make something beautiful. Sometimes all you need is a dancer and glow paper.

In the video, the Toronto-based director filmed dancer Niamh Wilson against a giant glow-in-the-dark backdrop. As she moves, a strobe light flashes every now and then, illuminating her silhouette and casting surreal shadowy figures in the background.

The concept is simple, but the execution brilliant. The result is nothing short of mesmerising.

The film is the official video for the track Working for the Future in the Interlake by Yes We Mystic’s.

Via Digg

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