L'Appel à la danse is a documentary series dedicated to dances around the world by Diane Fardoun, contemporary dancer and director. Its first chapter takes place in Senegal, where traditional dances are perpetuated with pride and rub shoulders with urban dances carried by a creative and assertive youth. In an increasingly open and connected world, wrestling and ritual dances inspire krump, capoeira and all the other movements closely followed in the image and guided by the musical compositions of Bordeaux producer Julien Villa. From the effervescence of Dakar to the tranquility of the Sine-Saloum delta, via the shores of the sublime Lac Rose, the film takes us on a meditative journey, immersing us in a universe of dance, music, conviviality and spirituality, to meet the human being and the forces that set him in motion.
Haingo, a young single mother from southern Madagascar, cannot afford to pay for her daughter's schooling. A dance company in the capital offers her a trial contract. Haingo seizes this chance, leaves her family and goes to Tananarive. She has only a few days to learn a dance that is totally foreign to her.
Haingo, una joven madre soltera del sur de Madagascar, no puede pagar la escuela de su hija. Una compañía de danza de la capital le ofrece un contrato de prueba. Haingo aprovecha la oportunidad, deja a su familia y se va a Tananarive. Sólo tiene unos días para aprender una danza que le es totalmente ajena.
While Aidan, owner of a record store in Le Havre, is looking between Congo Brazzaville and the DRC for old African music records for his shop, film director Rufin Mbou Mikima, from Congo Brazzaville, is searching for the popular voices that rocked his childhood. With rumba music as a backdrop and as encounters unfold, this road-movie takes us on a journey through the very turbulent contemporary history of the Congo and its music.
Mientras que Aidan, el gerente de una tienda de discos de Le Havre (Francia) busca vinilos antiguos de música africana entre el Congo Brazzaville y la RDC, el director Rufin Mbou Mikima se embarca en la búsqueda de las voces populares que escuchaba cuando era niño. Sobre un fondo de música rumba y a merced de los encuentros, este road-movie nos hace descubrir la historia contemporánea, turbulenta, del Congo y de su música.
Alfonso Córdoba “The Witch Doctor” is one of the last afro-Colombian “Griots” of the XXth century, and a musical legend. In Africa,
This film is a journey into the secrets of the Colombian Pacific coast, at the heart of afro-Colombian culture.
“The Witch Doctor” Alfonso Córdoba: a man, a people and their folklore. He is a path-opener, a keeper of the deep knowledge of these secrets.
Alfonso Córdoba "El Brujo" es uno de los últimos "Griots" afrocolombianos del siglo XX, y una leyenda musical. En África,
Esta película es un viaje a los secretos de la costa del Pacífico colombiano, en el corazón de la cultura afrocolombiana.
"El brujo" Alfonso Córdoba: un hombre, un pueblo y su folclore. Es un abridor de caminos, un guardián del conocimiento profundo de estos secretos.
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In this video clip, Santi deploys all his creativity around the themes of sorcery, esoterism and fantasy.
Ozzy B/Santi is a rapper and singer from Nigeria who combines several music genres to produce his unique sound.
As a director, producer, and artistic director, he started acting at the age of 10 and became a professional musician at the age of 16. In July 2011, he released a mixtape which made the buzz and had a lot of reviews that considered the song as the best mixtape ever in Nigeria.