James Koroni acted as choreographer for Liza Koshy & 10 dancers for a LIVE performance at the Viacom Digital Studios NewFront Event.
Choreography by James Koroni
Ging Ging Recordings
Directed by Connor Hurley
Director of Photography: Peter Steusloff
Production Company: The Bindery
Camera Assistant: Thomas Lau
Gaffer: Kristin Murphy Wardrobe
Stylist: Joel Parada
Hair & Makeup: Kayla Fenwick
Choreographer: James Koroni
Young Girl: Brooke Thomas
Young Woman: Reniece Daniels
Older Woman: Jean Rance
Line Producer: Richard Kim
Production Assistant: Bobby Gongora
Production Assistant: Adam Khan
Special Thanks: Krista Louise Smith, Sydney Whalen, Handheld Films
Brands: Hildur Yeoman, Öhlin/D, Tibi, Henrik Vibskov, Opening Ceremony
Jonah Bokaer and Daniel Arsham With an original score by Pharrell Williams Arranged and co-composed by David Campbell
May 2016 - Winspear Opera House - Dallas, TX, USA
September 2016 - Brisbane Festival - Brisbane, Australia
September 2016 - Biennale de la Danse - Lyon, France
November 2016 - Guggenheim Museum - New York, NY, USA
November 2016 - BAM Next Wave Festival - New York, NY, USA
February 2017 - Cap UCLA - Los Angeles, CA, USA
June 2017 - INFANT Festival - Novi Sad, Serbia
Choreographer Jonah Bokaer’s (ECLIPSE, 2012 Next Wave) crisp, elegant movement aesthetic animates visual artist Daniel Arsham’s offbeat architectural environments in this evening of three works, celebrating a decade of collaboration. An original score by Pharrell Williams for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra sets the tone in Rules Of The Game (2016), a new work for eight dancers inspired by the absurdist antics of Luigi Pirandello’s play. In Why Patterns (2011), set to Morton Feldman’s eponymous 1978 score, four dancers play unpredictable games with 10,000 ping-pong balls. And in the sublimely simple RECESS (2010), Bokaer restages his signature solo specifically for the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House stage, featuring lighting by designer Aaron Copp.
AWARDS & HONORS
Cinequest Film Festival - Official Selection
New Orleans Film Festival - Official Selection (Dramatic Competition)
Chicago Reeling Film Festival - Official Selection
Outfest Los Angeles Film Festival - Official Selection
Frameline 40: the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival - Official Selection
NewFest LGBT Film Festival - Official Selection
Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - Official Selection
North Carolina LGBT Film Festival - Official Selection
James Koroni stars in a luscious, black-and-white queer neo-noir that exposes the complexities of male identity and sexuality through its four diverse characters as they question the responsibilities of adulthood while leaving behind their boyhoods. This New York City-set homage to the French New Wave explores each character’s daddy issues as they shed their inhibitions and clothes during softcore porn shoots to make money and survive within a pulsating urban landscape.
“connie & jimmy” enthusiastically shares TrueLoveHealth.com (http://truelovehealth.com/) as a resource for all your plant-based nutrition inquiries. It is sure to put a spring in your step!
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connie – Connie Castanzo jimmy – James Koroni
writer, director & co-producer – james koroni co-produced by Civil Sea Films co-choreographers – james koroni & Tracey Katof director of photography – Ben Effinger editor – Laura Mazzeo grip – justin van wie
James Koroni choreographed and danced for Kevin Andreas music video Give It To Me (ft. Tramaine Cribbs).
James Koroni choreographed and danced for the MisterWives music video “Our Own House".
© 2015 Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. (Photo Finish)
CREDITS: Actor/ Choreographer: James Koroni
production company: Humble.tv director: Ariel Danziger DoP: Mark Andrew Art Diretor: Stockton Hall Stylist: Mariana Guerrero
Editor: CUT + RUN - Alex Dondero
"Life has thrown me a gift. It was given to me by Jonah Bokaer and the Shared Studios and wrapped in a gold shipping crate. I have been given the opportunity to laugh, dance and stand face to face for the first time in my life with my family in Tehran, Iran. I felt as though we were breathing the same air.
At 19 years old my father lost his fight to cancer, I didn't know the magnitude of what I had lost. I'd just finished my teenage years, left the mormon church and came out of the closet. My confused and distracted heart was not fully open to knowing my father. It's been ten years and my longing to connect with him eats away at me. Not because I haven't accepted the loss, but because I haven't found a satisfying way to truly connect with my extended family who live in Iran.
Jonah was familiar with my family heritage and knew Shared Studios space and "Portal To Tehran" project would ripen my relationship with them. The potential to bridge the gap between unlikely spaces, people and time with this project is remarkable!"
James Koroni choreographed for a private event for Heineken. Our performance was the halftime show for the UEFA Champions League Game. Video coming soon...
Creative Director & Choreographer - James Koroni Assistant Choreographer - Tracey Katof Costume Designer - Lui Konno Music - 'With Me' by Cashmere Cat Camera Operator A - Andrew Hinton Camera Operator B - Joshua Katcher
Special Thanks - Bonnie Erickson, Broadway Dance Center, Hunter College
Dancers - Abigayle Horrell, Alexa Kornas, Alexandra Petrizzo, Ameen Price-Burnett, Ashleigh Yvonne Smith, Ashley Elizabeth Paige, Christina Trautwein, Cindy Heen, Dan Coombs, Liz Guerrieri, Jared Smith, Jennifer Lacy, Lauren E.J. Hamilton, Olivia Helgeson, Sarah 'Slosch' Loschiavo, Spencer Clark, Sydney Monét Magruder
Brought to you on S-VHS.
Directed by Phillip Van Produced by Michaela McKee & Allison Carter Choreography by Celia Rowlson-Hall Director of Photography: Aaron Wesner Production Designer: Amanda Ford Costume Designer: Amanda Ford
Scientist: Noah Stitleman Research Assistants: Julia Pott // Lisa Zlotnick Test Subjects: James Koroni // Elle Erdman // Rachel Watson // Matty Davis
Camera Ops: Matthew Santo & Noah Chamis Key Grip: Evan Walsh Swing: Alex Abrahams Set Decorator: Erin Beaupre Art Assistant Sofia Rosenweig Production Coordinator: Laura Albyn Production Assistant: Andrew Boyd
A Greencard Pictures Production Shot at Carrier Stages in Brooklyn Single "Wild Enough" from the album "Failure" by Neighbors.
Music - Notic Nastic
Video Director - Joshua Katcher
Choreographers & Producers - James Koroni, Tracey Katof
Dancers - Charles Alexis Desgagnes, Christopher Nolen, James Koroni, Julio Hugo Penagos, Katherine Roarty, Keshia Robinson, Lauren Cox, Tracey Katof
Special Thanks - Ruffeo Hearts Lil Snotty, Sky High Murals, Mooshoes, Brave Gentleman, Novacas
James Koroni co-starred in Clara Lofaro's latest music video for her hit single, Born To Love You. He also collaborated with the creative team on choreography for Clara's breathtaking performance in this uncomfortably close and remarkably beautiful music video.
James Koroni, is featured in the most recent Son Of Kick music video!
Director: Charles Whitcher Executive Producer: Persis Koch & Eric Berkowitz Producer: Dana Discordia Director of Photography: Aaron Platt Art Director: June Everett Wardrobe: Marianna Guerrero Hair & Makeup: Akiko Owada Editor/FX: Charles Whitcher Production: Humble Featured dancers: Tyrone Bevans, James Koroni & Breck Oxford
James Koroni is honored to have danced with choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall, directors Charles Alan Whitcher and Sam Stephens.
Love In A Tub! is a Restoration comedy turned rock musical/rock concert about/performed by The Fyddlers, a band of Elizabethan english-speaking fools who accompany their own farcical misadventures with love…in a tub…in spandex.
Written by James Manzello and Oliver Wason Featuring ruthlessly stolen excerpts from a Restoration play by Sir George Etherege Directed & Composed by James Manzello Co-Directed by Joel Bassin
Featuring: Alexander Kikis as Colonel Bruce Chris Gizzi as Himself Dan Blondell as Dufoy Fufoy Drew Mendoza as Grandma Bevill Emily Kron as Graciana Bevill Hunter Cain as Aurelia Bevill James Koroni as The Coachman/Ensemble James Manzello as Lord Genesis Beaufort Jimmy Joe McGurl as Sir Frederick Frollick Joshua R. Pyne as Lovis Bevill Marisa Parry as Ensemble Morgan Scott as Ensemble and Charlize Theron* (* = Not actually in the cast) ~ Chief Production Designer - Oliver Wason Costume Designer - Lui Konno Production Stage Manager - Louise Hollander Sound Engineer - Fabio Blazina