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Roqué’s Friday Films (12/11): Pianos Dancing

Friday has arrived, and today, I am delivering to you a little film that has been so delightful to make.

Seriously, it was so much fun.

“Pianos Dancing” is my first attempt at stop-motion animation. This was something I had always wanted to try out, but I had no idea how fun it would be. The film features pianos dancing while bathed in soft golden light.

I happen to have an adorable collection of miniature pianos (as one does), and this gave me the perfect opportunity to use them and show them off.

I hope you enjoy this week’s fanciful creation of dancing pianos!


A couple of days ago, I announced on Instagram that I would be leaving the platform on January 1st of 2021. This is a big deal for me, but it is something I feel compelled to do. In lieu of my presence there, I will still be active on other platforms. If you are on Instagram and would like to stay connected with me and my films and music, you are welcome to utilize any of these options:

  • Pianissimo E-mail Newsletter

    I’ve been sending out my e-mail newsletter for several years now, and it’s undergone a few transformations. By the first Friday of every month, I send out a colorful new issue filled with links to see my new films, brand new photography, a featured original poem, and lots of other goodies. It’s easily that best way to know what I’ve been up to in one fell swoop. You can subscribe by clicking here:
  • YouTube Channel

    My presence on YouTube will continue as I progressively develop my craft as a filmmaker. There will be more weekly films as well as a handful of bigger projects I plan on unveiling in 2021. Watch all the drama as it unfolds. Subscribe here (and if you have a channel, I will subscribe in return.):
  • Facebook

    I am consolidating my social media presence to one forum. I’ve maintained deep ties with people all over the world through Facebook, and I aim to keep them. I’ll be creating a lot more content on my FB feed in the new year. Add me on Facebook and stay in touch:

Thank you again for watching this week’s film! Please know that I am deeply grateful that you’ve taken time out of your day to see my work.

There’s more to come! Happy Holidays!!

—Roqué