No Frames invites audiences to the online release of the short film "Silk City"

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Finnish talent shines in haunting contemporary dance short film.

An effortless performance by Elina Golde

It's always exciting to release a passion project that celebrates artistry and collaboration. - Erin Judd, Producer

Creative production house No Frames announced today the release of "Silk City," the directorial debut of cinematographer Mikko Timonen.

"Silk City" tells the tale of an abandoned silk factory on its eve of destruction and the swan song of the ghosts within. Set in Paterson, NJ, the contemporary dance short film stars Elina Golde, an award-winning ballerina who became the first Finnish dancer to join the American Ballet Theatre.

Timonen, also from Finland, is one of the most in-demand music video cinematographers, working with artists such as Maluma, Nicki Minaj, and Soundgarden. His commercial credits include Mastercard, Nike and Bud Light, and he has shot two original series for YouTube and Netflix for release in 2020.

"Silk City" is choreographed by Jorma Elo, the highly-sought-after contemporary choreographer who has worked with the New York City Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, and others.

Elo trained with the prestigious Finnish National Ballet School.

Watch film:
http://www.no-frames.com/silk

ABOUT NO FRAMES

No Frames tells stories that haven't been told. This passionate team of producers, cinematographers, and filmmakers create dynamic narratives that engage worldwide audiences. Located in New York City, Los Angeles and Helsinki, this innovative production house provides powerful visual content to brands and agencies alike, with a focus on TVC, branded content, film, music videos, and editorial photography.

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