MUNDO EM MOVIMENTO EPISODE GUIDE
MULTISHOW NETWORK, SUNDAYS, 6:00PM
EP01 - DANCES OF TURKEY
In the series premiere photographer Paula Lobo meets the dancers from the famous Turkish company Anadolu Atesi and attends a sema ceremony in Istambul. In Capadoccia, she photographs a gipsy group at a cave and Brazilian-born Clara Sussekind at a Turkish bath.
EP04 - DANCES OF USA/LAS VEGAS
In Las Vegas Paula colaborates with body painting artist Julia Parrot for a photo shoot at Red Rock Canyon featuring a Cirque du Soleil's acrobat. The show visits the backstage of "The Beatles LOVE" and "Vegas! The Show." Paula does a shoot with Zumanity's Wassa Coulaby at a cactus nursery.
EP07 - DANCES OF MEXICO
While visiting Mexico City, Paula photographs an original "fandango" and learns about the role of the folkloric dances today. She also meets Mexico En Colores, a gay dance troupe that puts a modern and fun spin on traditional Mexican dances.
EP10 - DANCES OF USA/NEW YORK
In the hometown Paula Lobo photographs tap dancers improvising with a live Jazz band. The episode features the Martha Graham company and the work of choreographer Noemie Lafrance. Paula takes 30 classical dancers to a carousel in Brooklyn for a "dreamy" photo shoot.
EP02 - DANCES OF JAPAN/TOKYO
Upon arriving in Japan, Paula photographs a private performance from award-winning dancer Motoi Hanayagi. She visits Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market and spends a whole day seeing the backstage of the National Ballet of Tokyo. The episode also shows the modern side of dance in Japan.
EP05 - DANCES OF SPAIN
In an episode dedicated to flamenco, "Mundo Em Movimento" meets Carmem "La Talagona" at one of Madrid's most traditional "tablados". Paula visits Amor de Diós, one of the city's well-known dance schools, and photographs modern dancer Allan Falieri at Museo Reina Sofia.
EP03 - DANCES OF JAPAN/KYOTO
Paula travels to Hakone to visit an authentic Geisha school and then goes to Kyoto to meet Heidi Durning, a performer that mixes traditional and modern dance. She photographs butoh dancer Yurabe Masami and, back in Tokyo, takes two ballerinas to Shibuya crossing for her final photo shoot.
EP06 - DANCES OF INDIA
Paula visits four cities in India, meeting one of the most famous dancing families in the country, the Reddys. She photographs dances like the bavai, kathak and odissi, ending her journey at a dance festival set at traditional temple in the holy village of Pushkar.
EP08 - DANCES OF MOROCCO
In Marrakech, Paula meets French choreographer Amelie Elbaz, founder of Stella Spectacles, and acclaimed modern dancer Taoufiq Izzediou. She visits an Arabic neighborhood to photograph a traditional Moroccan dance gets to see an original trance ceremony at private home.
EP09 - DANCES OF PUERTO RICO
In San Juan, "Mundo em Movimento" explores the original Puerto Rican dances like plena and bomba. Paula also meets salsa dancers and learns more about the connection between the country's Latin traditions with their ever present American influence.
EP11 - DANCES OF BUENOS AIRES
In Buenos Aires to explore the tango Paula meets several world champions and gets a private class at an original milonga (a tango ball with live music). From Fernanco Gracia, she also learns about the "tango de varones", an all man form of tango.