This New Netflix Series Profiles 6 of Today's Coolest Choreographers
Prepare for your next Netflix gorge: On October 23, the streaming goliath is dropping Move, a five-section docuseries profiling the absolute greatest choreographers and entertainers from around the world. Every scene gives a private gander at an alternate maker and their special commitments to the artistic expression.
First up are American-based Memphis jookin star Charles "Lil Buck" Riley and Jon Boogz, the two authors of MAI (Movement Art Is). Ensuing scenes include Gaga maker Ohad Naharin, of Israel; cutting edge flamenco star Israel Galván, of Spain; dancehall and Jamaican society move choreographer Kimiko Versatile; and kathak-meets-contemporary power Akram Khan, a British-based dancemaker of Bangladeshi plunge.
Stuffed with striking move film, Move for all intents and purposes ships artists sweethearts around the globe, when most of movement stays confined due to the Covid pandemic.
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