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FR | 2020 | 6'x12 EPISODES for a total of 73'34'' | HD | French | By Yvan Schreck | Axe Sud | Broadcaster: France Télévisions 


LOLO (Laurence Joseph) wants to be a dancer. She is selected for the casting of FAME, the famous musical. She rehearses all the dances, especially those from overseas, to make a difference. For her, there's nothing like dance to bring people together. So she takes classes in gwoka (that's good, she's a good dancer, so she started with that), maloya (wow, that's a weird one), ori tahiti (it gets complicated), haka (she feels like she's rediscovering her inner self) and so on. She is coached by 83-year-old Ernestine (also Laurence Joseph), who tells her the history of each dance with a wacky sense of humour.

beyond my steps

A0 | 2019 | 72' | HD | Portuguese, English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Kamy Lara | Geração 80 


The five dancers of the professional (and inclusive) Angolan Contemporary Dance Company embark us in the heart of the creation of their new performance. Between modern Luanda and the mythic country side, they develop an aesthetic reflecting the changes of the Angolan society fuelled with the striking ancestral dance traditions. They offer us a unique travel, through amazing landscapes, magnified by the hypnotic dancers' bodies and movements, the impressive shooting quality and a bewitching original electro music. 


Choreographer: Monica Anapaz

foundry 39

IT | 2017 | 52'/96' | HD | Italian (sub.), English (sub.) | By Nico Guidetti | POPCult | Partners: Fondazione per la Danza - Aterballetto, Regione Emilia-Romagna Film Commission


Aterballetto is the most important Italian contemporary dance company touring internationally. Their creation, rehearsal and administrative residence is located in a former foundry called "Foundry 39", located on the edge of Reggio Emilia’s historical city center in Italy. This film unveils how all the people working behind the scenes make this fusion happen again to forge and form moving dance performances. 


ES | 2016 | 52' / 72' | HD | Basque (sub.), Catalan (sub.), Spanish (sub.), English (sub.) | By Pablo Iraburu & Inaki Alforja | Arena Communicacion Audiovisual | Partners: Kukai and La Veronale


When Marcos Morau, choreographer who lives in Barcelona and works in Europe, Kukai, a dance company of Basque traditional dancers and a shepherd-singer meet, it creates a powerful ballet: OSKARA. In a globalised world, we are pushed to ask us: what is my identity? Is it made of tradition or creation, history or future? If you want to know who you are, dance.