Author: femspace

  • Taylor Crabb Plays Beach Volleyball in 2021

    Taylor Crabb is so exciting to watch. He’s a dynamic volleyball player. He’s fast on the court. He’s been playing beach volleyball with Jake Gibbs and winning games. He makes the games come alive. Taylor has been playing volleyball in Hawaii since he was a boy. He still has the passion for it.

  • The Royal Ballet morning class in full – World Ballet Day 2018

    It’s a treat to start the day with ballet. It’s a performance art form that transcends this earthly existence into a magical and imaginative realm. There’s much sweating, perfecting, rehearsing that takes place along the way. They Royal Ballet shows the process that leads to greatness.

  • Space

    John John Florence blesses the world with a short film entitled, “Space,” and demonstrates his fearlessness in the ocean. He surfs the waves with joy and urgency somewhere between Australia and Hawaii. To be alive is to surf like John John Florence. This edit tells a story through imagery and music that compels, empowers, and […]

  • Rookie Griffin Colapinto’s Rise to the Top: Athlete Profile

    Coming from San Clemente, California, Griffin Colapinto realizes his dream of qualifying for the WSL Championship Tour. He’s young, fun, and talented. His surfing is exciting to watch. He’s learning and being challenged by the best surfers in the world. Can’t wait to see more of him.

  • John John Florence: “I Just Want to Get Better”

    John John Florence is at top of his game in surfing. He’s constantly pushing himself to get better. He’s stylish, daring, experimental and stylish. He shows his fierceness in the ocean. He’s the 2x world champion and he’s not stopping. John John inspires. Surfing season has started again. Can’t wait to see more of John […]

  • AVP Seattle Open 2017 Men’s Final: Allen/Slick vs. Crabb/Rosenthal

    In 98 degrees heat in Seattle, Crabb/Rosenthal battled it out against Allen/Slick for the championship. There were some great plays. Rosenthal had an amazing dig. Stafford Slick talked about being hit in the face and suffering a retinal detachment. His story gave insight into the dangers in the sport. There are consequences to playing hard, […]

  • Episode 7 of 7 | Hurley Presents “Twelve”: A New Series From John John Florence

    There’s nothing more exciting than to watch John John Florence surf. There’s nothing he can’t do. He charges, rips, throws his body into the air, and lands with control. His dedication is inspirational. Winning the CT title, he’s at the top of his game. He’s having so much fun at it too. Can’t wait to […]

  • Stab In The Dark: Dane Reynolds And The World’s Best Surfboard

    Dane Reynolds, the mystery surfer, departs from Los Angeles to South Africa in search of good waves to test out surfboards by shapers around the world. He methodically takes each one out and rides them in whatever waves nature offers up. At the end he reveals his favorite board. In the process, he rips, carves, […]

  • Sergie Polunin: The Fragile Balance

    Sergie Polunin shares his inner world as he tells the story of his childhood, dance, and family life. To become one of the most interesting dancer in the world, he sacrifices his childhood. He dreams of a childhood playing with friends and being free. He’s an accomplished dancer, but that’s not freedom. To be free, […]

  • Beyonce: Lemonade

    Beyonce dropped her latest album, “Lemonade,” over the weekend and it’s so tasty. It’s streaming on Tidal. In her videos, she provides the spoken narrative to her story of love, betrayal, forgiveness, and female strength. She pulls from Black history, female history, and in her story of infidelity, she speaks to a universal pain. She […]

  • View From A Blue Moon – John John Florence

    Young and beautiful, John John Florence is a surfer beloved by most who love surfing. He’s talented and competitive. He livens up the CT events, and finds time to make surf films that highlight his love for surfing and the ocean. In this latest film, he shows the viewers his home in Hawaii where he […]

  • Dane Reynolds – Boiler Boys

    Dane Reynolds surfs for the art of it. He doesn’t give a shit about competitions though he’s caused some upsets as a wildcard lately. Some refer to him as the best surfer in the world. That’s just too much pressure for him. He lives in the moment and doesn’t like to think about performing for […]

  • Take Me to Church

    Sergie Polunin in “Take Me to Church” by Hozier and directed by David LaChapelle is divine. He portrays the pain and struggle of Hozier’s song through his movements. Technically and effortlessly precise, he moves through space with passion and intensity. He captivates and makes one feel. He starts moving and one doesn’t want him to […]

  • Sia – Elastic Heart feat. Shia LaBeouf & Maddie Ziegler

    In this emotional, disturbing, and controversial video, Maddie Ziegler captivated with her performance. She warred with the male character, Shia LaBeouf, in a dance that was beautiful, torturous, and poignant. Trapped in a cage, Ziegler slipped in and out, whereas LaBeouf could find no way out. The struggle was maddening. Intense and worth watching again […]

  • Dancing in the Rain – Polina Semionova and Roberto Bolle

    Two dancers, Polina Semionova and Roberto Bolle, drenched, steam up the stage as their bodies intertwined to the beat of rain drops. Beyond sexy!

  • Polina Semionova Dances to H. Grönemeyer

    Polina Semionova flies through the air and takes us with her. She creates shapes and movement through space, and shows us a full range of emotions. She’s powerful, dynamic, and vulnerable. Beautiful!

  • In the Studio: Shostakovich Trilogy

    Ballet features the beauty of the body, specifically the female one. Dancers spend hours in studio to perfect their technique and artistry. Nancy Raffa, ballet master from the American Ballet Theatre, talks about the Shostakovich’s influence on Russian ballet as Alexei Ratmansky presents the Shostakovich Trilogy. Music, movement, and artistic expression combine to create poetry.