Documentary STREET DANCERS + Introduction by Sra Polaroiska

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Europa Transit, Ten looks on ten conflicts in search of empathy and mutual understanding. Ten stories in defense of culture to aid the transition to coexistence.

The Europa Transit itinerant embassy traveled to ten European cities that have been or are witnessing wars or conflicts. On behalf of the Lighthouse of Peace and with the mission of spreading the values ​​of empathy and mutual understanding, Europa Transit visited Ceuta, Belfast, Dresden, Wroclaw, Sarajevo, Moscow, Pafos, Plovdiv, Pristina and Thessaloniki. The embassy undertook its route in January 2016, by bus. In each enclave, the Europa Transit team, led by the filmmaker Xuban Intxausti, shot a documentary combining a journalistic account of the conflict with a cultural approach.

STREET DANCERS
Documentary // Plovdiv
Director // Xuban Intxausti
55 minutes

“Street Dancers” is a documentary filmed in Plovdiv as part of Europa Transit, one of the travelling embassies of San Sebastian 2016 European Capital of Culture.

The artistic collective Ms. Polaroiska (Alaitz Arenzana and María Ibarretxe) performs a dance workshop in Plovdiv (Bulgaria) with young people of gypsy ethnicity to jointly prepare a dance show that is presented in the city center.

Based on the relationship established between the participants and the artists, the precarious situation of the Roma people in Bulgaria is outlined. “The street dancers” is a documentary about how dance, how arts and culture are an antidote to prejudice, social exclusion or fear of difference.

SRA POLAROISKA
The audiovisual work of Mrs. Polaroiska revolves around action art, scenic and choreographic creation. His work is based on the search for other spaces and languages, where the body and its relationship with the space in which it is located is always the main protagonist.

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Summary
Event
Documentary STREET DANCERS + Introduction by Sra Polaroiska
Location
Scottish Documentary Institute, 74 Lauriston Pl, ,Edinburgh,Midlothian-EH3 9DF
Starting on
12/10/2019
Ending on
12/10/2019
Description
Europa Transit, Ten looks on ten conflicts in search of empathy and mutual understanding. Ten stories in defense of culture to aid the transition to coexistence.The Europa Transit itinerant embassy traveled to ten European cities that have been or are witnessing wars or conflicts. On behalf of the Lighthouse of Peace and with the mission of spreading the values ​​of empathy and mutual understanding, Europa Transit visited Ceuta, Belfast, Dresden, Wroclaw, Sarajevo, Moscow, Pafos, Plovdiv, Pristina and Thessaloniki. The embassy undertook its route in January 2016, by bus. In each enclave, the Europa Transit team, led by the filmmaker Xuban Intxausti, shot a documentary combining a journalistic account of the conflict with a cultural approach.STREET DANCERSDocumentary // PlovdivDirector // Xuban Intxausti55 minutes"Street Dancers" is a documentary filmed in Plovdiv as part of Europa Transit, one of the travelling embassies of San Sebastian 2016 European Capital of Culture.The artistic collective Ms. Polaroiska (Alaitz Arenzana and María Ibarretxe) performs a dance workshop in Plovdiv (Bulgaria) with young people of gypsy ethnicity to jointly prepare a dance show that is presented in the city center.Based on the relationship established between the participants and the artists, the precarious situation of the Roma people in Bulgaria is outlined. "The street dancers" is a documentary about how dance, how arts and culture are an antidote to prejudice, social exclusion or fear of difference.SRA POLAROISKAThe audiovisual work of Mrs. Polaroiska revolves around action art, scenic and choreographic creation. His work is based on the search for other spaces and languages, where the body and its relationship with the space in which it is located is always the main protagonist.FREE BUT TICKETEDWe are delighted to produce this event for the following institutions
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