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Sarah has a professional ballet career under her belt, and that was very very helpful, and Dendrie was so courageously pushing herself to the edges of her comfort level.

So both efforts made that shooting process pretty incredible.“We had to kind of set up shop differently.

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This was a dream invitation for me because storytelling and dance are both important to me. I have strong feelings about how dance can function on the screen and how dance can propel narrative and character and other kinds of storytelling.

So I had a lot of fun creating a few different potential approaches to the episode and was really thrilled when [producer] Mark [Duplass], Xan, and the team behind Room 104 asked me to develop “Voyeurs”, because that was my favorite of the several I came up with.“So then we had a whole process of developing that script and really trying to ensure that the episode would function as an emotional and powerful story and that the dance piece of it could magically be secondary and intrinsic at the same time.

Dayna Hanson is the creative mind behind”Voyeurs”, and we caught up with her to chat about her enchanting episode.

We chatted about female filmmakers, the nuance of movement, and the poetic, undefinable difference between innocence and experience. Dayna Hanson: “I was invited in May of last year by Xan Aranda, who was executive producing, to pitch a few different dance driven episodes.

has only been airing for a little over a month, but each week it delivers the equivalent of a short film in episodic TV form.

The only constant is the titular room, providing a stage for literally limitless narrative possibilities.

Dayna Hanson: “We had a moment once I met Dendrie and Sarah where we met via Skype and we could sense this power in the room.

We felt that convergence of power, and it was a real nice concentration.

Dayna Hanson: “I’ve always felt strongly that there’s a lot of emotional truths that come through in physicality. A big, stunning, balletic move is wonderful, but to me it doesn’t necessarily have more value than a little flick of the finger.

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