Caroline Pope - Choreographer and Movement Director

Credits

Film

  • Nasty Woman
    • MGM
    • Directed by Chris Addison
    • With Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson and Nicholas Woodeson
  • Swimming with Men
    • Met Film Production
    • Directed by Oliver Parker
    • Finale Dance with Rob Brydon, Adeel Akhtar, Jim Carter, Rupert Graves, Daniel Mays, Thomas Turgoose, Charlotte Riley and cast
  • Goodbye Christopher Robin
    • Fox Searchlight
    • Directed by Simon Curtis
    • Movement Direction, period physicality and choreography (with Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and cast)
  • Bees Make Honey
    • Independent
    • Written and Directed by Jack Eve
    • Produced by AJ Riach. Choreography and movement directing (with Alice Eve, Josephine de La Baume, Wilf Scolding Ivanno Jeremiah & cast)
  • Hot Fuzz
    • Big Talk Productions
    • Directed by Edgar Wright
    • (with Simon Pegg, Martin Freeman, Bill Nighy)
  • Another Life
    • Winchester Films
    • Directed by Philip Goodhew
    • (with Ioan Gruffudd, Imelda Staunton, Tom Wilkinson, Rachel Stirling)
  • Jane Eyre
    • Miramax
    • Directed by Franco Zeffirelli
    • (with Charlotte Gainsbourg, William Hurt, Anna Paquin)
  • Wuthering Heights
    • Paramount Pictures
    • Directed by Peter Kosminsky
    • Produced by Mary Selway (with Juliette Binoche, Ralph Fiennes, Janet McTeer)
  • Labyrinth
    • Delphi V Productions
    • Directed by Jim Henson
    • Produced by George Lucas (ballroom scene with David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly)

Television

  • Delicious
    • Sk1 / ABC
    • Directed by John Hardwick
    • With Dawn French, Franco Nero, Ian Glen, Ruairi O'Conner, Aaron Anthony, Mark Letheren, Risteard Cooper, Tanya Reynolds and cast.
  • Mr Selfridge - S4
    • ITV / Masterpiece
    • Directed by Robert Del Maestro, Rob Evans, Joss Agnew, Lawrence Till, Bill Anderson, Fraser MacDonald
    • Caroline worked as Series Choreographer.
  • Love, Nina
    • BBC
    • Directed by S J Clarkson
    • Screenplay By Nick Hornby. Caroline worked as Preparatory Movement Coach to Ethan Rouse
  • You, Me and The Apocalypse
    • Working Title / NBC
    • Directed by Saul Metzstein
    • (with Mathew Baynton and Joel Fry)
  • Jekyll and Hyde
    • ITV
    • Directed by Colin Teague
    • Written and Produced by Charlie Higson (with Tom Bateman, Natalie Gumede, Ruby Bentall & Niamh Walsh )
  • River
    • BBC
    • Directed by Jessica Hobbs
    • (with Stellan Skarsgard and Nicola Walker)
  • Mr Selfridge - S3
    • ITV
    • Directed by Rob Evans, Robert Del Maestro, Joss Agnew, Lawrence Till
    • (with Jeremy Priven,Hannah Tointon,Trystan Gravelle,Amy Morgan,Greg Austin & cast)
  • Mr Selfridge - S2
    • ITV
    • Directed by Anthony Byrne
    • Including a Tango for 'Kitty' played by actress Amy Beth Hayes
  • Scrutiny
    • Directed by Richard Elson
    • Pilot thriller written by Richard Elson. A peep show dance for actress Charlotte Gascoyne.
  • Nearly Famous
    • Still from Nearly Famous
    • Kudos Films and Television
    • Directed by Sheree Folkson, Mat Whitecross, John Hardwick
    • The Nearly Famous mini series for Kudos TV debuted on Channel 4's E4 in November 2007. Caroline worked with this young cast including Talulah Riley and Aaron Taylor Johnson.
  • Scarlet and Black
    • BBC
    • Directed by Ben Bolt
    • (with Ewan McGregor, Rachel Weisz)
  • Demob
    • TalkBack Productions
    • Directed by Robert Knight
    • (with Martin Clunes, Griff Rhys Jones, Samantha Janus)

Commercials

  • Jigsaw - New Wave
    • The National Film and Television School
    • Directed by Roland Kennedy
    • With Leo Hatton and Tom Greaves
  • Scottish Widows
    • Twenty Twenty
    • Photography and Film Paul Stuart
    • New campaign (Model Amber)
  • Voltaren - GSK
    • Saatchi & Saatchi / Ridley Scott Associates
    • Directed by Toby Dye
    • 'You Are As Old As You Move' Shadow Play (with Marion & Digger Booth )
  • Alvar Magazine
    • Alvar Magazine
    • Photographer Agnes Lloyd Platt
    • Cover shot & editorial photography. Stylist Richard Sloan, Model Oscar Butterwick. Caroline worked as Movement Director
  • Superga - My Summer Holiday
    • Twinset Films
    • Directed by Twinset Films
    • Movement direction
  • Toyota - Lexus
    • Rattling Stick
    • Directed by Daniel Kleinman
    • Producer Johnnie Frankel. Puppetry language
  • Mars - Galaxy
    • Rattling Stick
    • Directed by Daniel Kleinman
    • Produced by Johnnie Frankel. 'Audrey Hepburn' movement quality
  • Coca Cola
    • Hungry Man
    • Director Bryan Buckley
    • Producer Mino Jarjoura. Pre shoot casting choreography in London
  • Unilever - Walls
    • MoFilm /Loewe
    • Directed by Pete Williams of Stay Gold Studios
    • Produced by Kasia Malipan
  • Essie Nails
    • Still from Essie Nails advert
    • Flax Films
    • Directed by Twinset
    • Caroline has worked on movement with the models for several Twinsets ads including this one for Essie nails.
  • Top Shop
    • Flax Films
    • Directed by Twinset
  • Temperley London
    • Flax Films
    • Directed by Twinset
  • Ant and Dec - Push The Button promo
    • ITV
    • Directed by Chaka Sobhani

Documentary and Short Films

  • The Corridor
    • Girl in corridor
    • Black Dog Films
    • Toby Dye
    • Four screen video installation for the 'Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick' exhibition at Somerset House. Directed by Toby Dye with a Score by James Lavelle (Uncle) and Keaton Henson, Producer Rebecca Mills for RSA's Black Dog Films, Exec Prod Katie Dolan. Written by John Allison, Chris Boville & Toby Dye.
  • Brighter Borough
    • London Fashion Week
    • Directed by Georgia Parris
    • The directors first film for designer Louisa Parris at London Fashion Week and The Dance Film Festival, Lincoln Center New York and The London Short Film Festival
  • Ropemakers
    • London Fields
    • Directed by Prue Waller
    • Winner of Swansea Festival Best UK Documentary, Honourable mention at Twin Rivers Festival
  • Syrup
    • British Screen Finance Ltd
    • Directed by Paul Unwin
    • Winner 1994 Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize, Best Short Film, Oscar Nominated 1995 Best Short Film, BAFTA nominated 1994 Best Short Film, Golden Palm Nominated Best Short Film

Theatre

  • King Lear
    • Theatre Royal, Bath
    • Directed by Lucy Bailey
    • Designer William Dudley. With David Haig as Lear
  • A Christmas Carol
    • Tabard Theatre, London
    • Directed by Simon Godwin
  • James and the Giant Peach
    • Theatre Royal Northampton
    • Directed by Dani Parr
  • All the Daughters of the War
    • National Theatre Studio
    • Directed by Jonathan Harper
    • Writer: Charlotte Keatley
  • The Night Season
    • The National Theatre
    • Directed by Lucy Bailey
    • (with Annette Crosbie, David Bradley) Written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz
  • Medea - The Almeida
    • Still from Medea at The Almeida
    • Almeida/West End/Broadway
    • Directed by Jonathan Kent
    • The Almeida's production directed by Jonathan Kent with Diana Rigg as Medea won a BAFTA when it transferred to the West End and then a Tony award in New York on Broadway.
  • A Doll's House
    • West End/Broadway
    • Directed by Anthony Page
    • Prod: Thelma Holt (with Janet McTeer, Owen Teale) 1997 Tony Award Winner: best director, best actress, best actor, best revival
  • The Three Musketeers
    • The Gate/The Comedy Store
    • Directed by Peter Weir
    • (with Lee Simpson) Time Out Award
  • Trilby and Svengali
    • Shared Experience
    • Directed by Nancy Meckler
  • Dr Faustus
    • Contact Theatre, Manchester
    • Directed by Bridget Larmour
  • Never Better
    • National Youth Theatre at the ICA
    • Directed by Dean Byfield
    • Designer: Laura Hopkins
  • The Sound of Music
    • West Yorkshire Playhouse
    • Directed by Irina Brown

Opera

  • Macbeth 1847
    • Buxton International Festival
    • Directed by Elijah Moshinsky
  • Kiss Me Kate
    • Theater Magdeburg, Germany
    • Directed by Walter Sutcliffe
    • Designers Timo Dentler & Okarina Peter
  • Mireille
    • New Sussex Opera
    • Directed by Tony Baker
    • Listed as one of “The Hits of The Year” in the Telegraph revue of 2011 (with Sally Silver in the title role & the wonderful amateur chorus).
  • The Abduction from the Seraglio
    • Opera North
    • Directed by Tim Hopkins
    • Designer Gideon Davey
  • Of Thee I Sing
    • Still from Of Thee I Sing
    • Opera North
    • Directed by Caroline Gawn
    • Heather Shipp and Richard Suart in Opera North's production of George Gershwin's 'Of Thee I Sing'. At Sadlers Wells.
    • Photo by Alastair Muir →
  • Let 'Em Eat Cake
    • Opera North
    • Directed by Caroline Gawn
  • Semele
    • Royal Opera House
    • Directed by John Copley
  • Lohengrin
    • Royal Opera House
    • Directed by Elijah Moshinsky
    • Revival Choreographer
  • Cheryomushki
    • Pimlico Opera/Lyric Theatre
    • Directed by Lucy Bailey
  • Eugene Onegin
    • English National Opera
    • Directed by Julia Hollander
    • Designer: Fotini Dimou
  • The Gondoliers
    • D'Oyly Carte
    • Directed by Tim Hopkin
    • Designer: Nigel Lowery
  • Mary of Egypt by John Taverner
    • Aldeburgh Festival
    • Directed by Lucy Bailey
  • Noyes Fludde
    • Aldeburgh Festival
    • Directed by Lucy Bailey
  • L'incontro Improviso
    • Garsington Opera
    • Directed by Stephen Metcalf
  • The Marriage of Figaro
    • Scottish Opera
    • Directed by John Cox
  • Tannhauser
    • New Sussex Opera
    • Directed by Keith Warner

Other

  • Spartacus
    • Basel Arts Fair/Tate Triennial
    • Directed by Spartacus Chetwynd
    • Serpentine Summer Show from the performance artist and Turner Prize Nominee 2012
  • Partita
    • Linbury Studio/Royal Opera House
    • (aerialist duet)
  • Mimbre
    • National Theatre
    • (acrobatic trio)
  • Taster
    • Still from Taster
    • Southbank, London
    • Caroline was the Choreographer in Residence at London's Southbank Centre for a community project with a hundred dancers and non dancers of all ages. The piece was about the sense of smell and the memories it can evoke.
    • Photo by Clare Park →
  • The Soldiers Tale
    • The Donmar Warehouse
    • Directed by Caroline Pope
    • Covent Garden Festival. Designed by Laura Hopkins (with Sam West as The Narrator).
  • El Tigre
    • The Covent Garden Festival
    • Directed by Caroline Pope
    • Composer Ben Bartlett, conductor Charles Hazleworth, designer Laura Hopkins.
  • The Pillow Book Song
    • Queen Elizabeth Hall
    • Directed by Caroline Pope
    • The London International Opera Festival. Composed by Paul Barker. Installation Artist Susan Stockwell.
  • I Am Right You Are Wrong
    • Holland Park
    • Directed by Caroline Pope
    • Book launch for Edward De Bono.