Lucius Dechausay

Lucius Dechausay is a video producer at CBC Arts, as well as a freelance illustrator and filmmaker. His short films and animations have been screened at a number of festivals including The Toronto International Film Festival and Hot Docs. Most recently he directed KETTLE, which is currently streaming at CBC Short Docs.

Latest from Lucius Dechausay

Video

Salem's first accused 'witch' was an enslaved West Indian woman. This opera tells her story

Nicole Brooks combined slavery, witchcraft and opera to make literal Black girl magic out of this little-known moment in history.
Video

What could you create if you had the space, time and tools? An inside look at one artist residency

Svea Ferguson spent five weeks in the heart of Banff National Park with only one goal: making art.
Video

See hauntingly beautiful 3D music being recorded using the Banff wilderness as a studio

Surrounded by speakers in the forest, hearing Jonathan Kawchuk's music is a magical experience.
The Move

8 top choreographers share their astonishing moves and the incredible stories behind why they dance

A brand new season of Canadian Screen Award-nominated docu-series The Move is here to celebrate some of our country's most dynamic dancers.
The Move

Making the impossible possible: Choreographer Heidi Strauss is breaking the boundaries of dance

It's not about steps — it's about expression. Watch this incredible choreography come together on The Move: Season II.
The Move

Get back to basics: Learn the iconic moves that define dancehall

For Edz Gyamfi, dance is all about culture. Let him lead you in a lesson on The Move: Season II.
The Move

She was told she couldn't be a Bharatanatyam dancer — now she's reinventing it

"I don't want another 16-year-old being told she can't be what she wants to be." See Nova Bhattacharya on The Move: Season II.
The Move

How far would you go to be the best? This choreographer uses a sports mindset to push his dancers

Scott Fordham brings out his dancers' greatest potential by testing their limits. Watch The Move: Season II now.
The Move

After dancing for Rihanna and Drake, Esie Mensah is answering the call of her ancestors

It's all in the hips. Canada's queen of Afrofusion digs deep into her past in this electrifying performance from The Move: Season II.
The Move

Brave enough to be seen: She's 52, queer, a mother — and now she's bringing that all onstage

Sara Porter went from hating ballet classes as a kid to using dance to discover her true self. Watch her on The Move: Season II.
The Move

Can you dance after breaking both your legs? Santee Smith healed through ballet and Indigenous dance

"My whole life really is about learning how to move." Smith shows us the woman's shuffle in The Move: Season II.
The Move

Dance is how Nico Archambault found his confidence as a shy kid — now he's a superstar

Choreography helped the So You Think You Can Dance winner fall back in love with his art. Watch him on The Move: Season II.
Poetic License

'I used to tell people my brother was deaf': A powerful story about having a sibling with autism

Faduma Mohamed performs an excerpt from her one-woman play Oughtism for this season of Poetic License.
Poetic License

In a world on alert, Nasim Asgari urges us to remember forgotten human softness and compassion

"The ability to inflict hurt is ultimate power. We can create love much easier, but prefer to devour."
Poetic License

The Plight: Randell Adjei's powerful reflection on the challenge of being both African and Canadian

"Sometimes I feel like I'm an alien, like I don't belong in a world that's so violent."