HomeArticlesFlow Arts – A Film Flow Arts – A Film By Frank Lundy September 18, 2019 Articles, Blog 30 Comments Tags:a film, arts, circus, documentary, evers, fire spinning, flow arts, hoop, juggling, neversmedia, nicky, object manipulation, poi, staff, videography Related Posts A Very Pretty DIY Nail Art Inspired by Scottish Tartan Design 5 Tips To Sell Your Artwork Fast In 2019 Watching paint dry – Sixty Symbols About Author admin 30 Comments Jess Denn May 2, 2016 dilculpen, alguien podría decirme el nombre de ese instrumento que parece un abanico q encienden? gracias Reply David Bulger May 2, 2016 Thank you so much for this. A perfect introduction for those in my life who don't understand what flow arts is, and tears were brought to my eyes more than once. Beautifully made ☺ Reply 3m3raldp0i May 2, 2016 I've been looking forward to this since I first saw the trailer!! Thank you for all the hard work you've put into it! It's beautiful. <3 Love and light. Reply Keith Baynham July 8, 2016 Opening song? Reply Elvis Tec July 18, 2016 who is the name of the toy on minute 16:38??? Thank u! Reply Fire Fairy September 20, 2016 name of the hooper in 5:57 please? Thanks Reply Neal Webb November 15, 2016 Thanks for the film and the inspiration Reply christian demulling November 24, 2016 No shit lsd open my mind to flow art and it's just amazing 🙂 Reply Rena C. January 28, 2017 damn such a nicely edited video! loved this. Reply KaliFlow February 1, 2017 Cool documentary! Pretty camerawork too 🙂 Reply TYLRbass March 17, 2017 Great video, thanks for sharing – I had a realization while watching that I was introduced to flow arts when I started skateboarding in my teens, and I had never thought of it like that. Particularly when you realize there are certain 'tricks' and styles but still there are no rules, if it feels good you can do whatever you want. Reply Mister Mackey April 3, 2017 imo finding your flow is how the martial arts were found. a lot of weapons were farm tools and are taught because farmers who used these tools all day and night for work, entertainment, and relaxing had to defend themselves. they won a battle and the winning moves are taught as the "style". but teaching styles is useless as you may be very well prepared for the situations you've practiced but unless you have found the flow in the martial art that the creator had you wont see the new moves when you need them. manipulation a short staff all day teaches you the infinitely many ways the object can be manipulated. A flow master who has perfected his craft over many many years should in theory be able to replace the stick with an arm and instinctively know how to manipulate it if the situation ever arose. Reply Tania Camila Hernandez Gonzalez May 9, 2017 Hi, does anyone have a document where I can find more information?I find myself writing an article on flow arts Reply Thomas McNeil July 29, 2017 information on these festivals? would love to learn more Reply Carlin Hall October 22, 2017 Youtube! pay this man! Reply SWIZZY March 9, 2018 awesome video i have been spinning for a year or so. i want to go to one of these Reply Ryan Tillman March 24, 2018 This is the perfect reason why I continue to spin. Started with friends now it's like meditation. Reply TheAmosher April 19, 2018 Are you kidding me? You cannot claim activities and art forms that have been around for thousands of years and put them under the wide and all encompassing blanket of "flow arts". You are appropriating thousands of years of culture from across the world to try and legitimize your "art form". Reply RoFire Winchester June 24, 2018 I had no idea what Flowarts was, I just saw a movie with a fire dancer and went on an internet search binge. I went from fire dancing, to poi, to this. Watching this? I actually want to get involved in this. This is awesome. Very inspiring. What do you think would be a good type of flowart to get into for a beginner? Obviously I should avoid fire until I get to that skill level, but should I start with poi? Hoops? Or should I just follow whatever interests me most? Thanks for making this! <3 Reply Neutrino June 26, 2018 Why should flow arts become an alternative to sports and physical education? I don't agree with that Reply John Slabber September 12, 2018 I love this video. I am a poi and staff performer and finding something so amazing and well explained is amazing. Great video and awesome to watch Reply SharpshooterJD October 1, 2018 Absolutely beautiful film. Thank you so much for making this. I will be sharing it with friends and family. Reply Alexis M.V. October 6, 2018 I found the flow arts a month ago, that or it found me, and I fell in love instantly. Honestly, it saved my life and gave me self-dignity and courage. Thank you for the great video~ Reply Logan Zabkowicz October 27, 2018 What's the song at 17:35? Reply Im_Kreise_des_Ben H. February 23, 2019 Thanks for those lovely voices you put together to speak for this movement. I found a lot of my way of perceiving the world in these humans. Flow on Reply ResistCircuitResist February 27, 2019 Great video, great editing, great music tracks. Random Rab FTW. Reply Artemis June 11, 2019 anyone know any great diy's for flow toys? Reply Artemis June 11, 2019 good shops for poi? Reply Lessian Saralonde July 11, 2019 I love that this video specifically shows people who are older, people who are curvy etc. It seems like most of the videos out there are made by people who are young skinny beautiful and graceful, like you can only practice flow arts if you are like that. Thankyou for showing that normal people can join in as well. Reply Mareks Belouss September 2, 2019 Well done mate, very beautiful movie!! Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.