The series will be released on 1st January on Netflix
The Festival Deltebre Dansa will be one of the settings of the new Netflix documentary series, We Speak Dance, created and hosted by the renowned dancer Vandana Hart. The premiere will be on 1st January 2018, although the trailer is already available. The series will travel through different countries, including Lebanon, Vietnam, France or Nigeria, showing different ways of living dance.
The series was premiered in Los Angeles in early December, where the first episode was previewed, focusing on Lebanon. The trailer was released through Vandana’s social media, and in a few hours, it reached more than 300,000 views and 7,000 shares.
The goal of the project is to demonstrate how dance can be used as an international language to connect people across cultures, transform lives and act as a weapon to ignite social change. The creators are already working on the second season of this documentary series, where Catalonia and Spain will have a special role and where the Festival Deltebre Dansa will be one of the settings.
The host, Vandana Hart, renowned dancer and dance and human rights activist, together with the series’ director, Chris Keener, was in Deltebre during the 13th edition of the Festival, held last July. For 3 days, she lived intensely the activity of this Festival of unique character, which brings together artists from more than 53 nationalities. This Festival conveys and shares the language of dance among participants, artists and the audience.
The Festival Deltebre Dansa is an international benchmark of Performing Arts, created and organised by Roberto Olivan’s company, R.O.P.A. – Roberto Olivan Performing Arts. The company has confirmed the dates of 2018’s edition, so you can already write down this information:
Calendar > Create new event > Title: Festival Deltebre Dansa > Dates: 16th to 29th July 2018. Be on the lookout for the 14th edition!