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A couple of dancers appear one morning in a High School classroom in San Sebastián. It’s Monday and they announce to a group of youngsters that they have five days to get up on stage and dance.One week to change things. A short time, a brief choreography, a big challenge. To get people to move when the world paralyses us.
 
The dance compels these youngsters to break through their roles exactly at the time of their lives when their social roles are being forged. The beautiful girl is no longer the most admired, the timid one takes a step forward… The dance makes them touch each other. They are equal. Some will not be set themselves loose until the last moment.
 
Wilfried Van Poppel and Amaya Lubeigt
 are the choreographers. He is Dutch, she is Basque and arrive from Bremen. They have worked with Pina Bausch, Susanne Linke or Urs Dietrich and have now decided to work with people who have never danced before. They do this every week in Germany but this time Amaya will return to her roots after 25 years.
 
Dancing is the common language. It doesn’t matter where. This is the challenge: five days, a class of teenagers, a microcosm in which occurs a little big bang.

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They are already supporters of Five days to dance:

Melanie Stainforth

José Manuel Casado

Eduardo Benetó

Marta Sanahuja

Gregorio Molés

Adam Brenes

Gema Muñiz

Fco Javier Abuja

Coro Aizarna

José Luis García

María Zulueta

Felipe Ruíz

Silvia Montoya

Isabel Canós

Núria Gabernet

Heidrun Bergander

Dana Ginevro

Gloria Martínez

Helena Sá

Jordi Andreu

José Alejandro Alberola

Amaya Orbegozo

Ody Hermens

Somos Asesores

Javier Lupe

Rosa Agost

Marta Martín

Marisol Martínez

Fernando Olivares

Virginia Lorente

Sayoa Ayerdi

Pablo Domingo de Alba

Cristina Barbero

Asun Prada

Diego Abaitua

Eva Lubeigt

Jose Carlos Alvarez

Horts Wiese

Janina Tritschler

Klaus Haase Maria

Angeles Casado-Díaz

Peter Bernholt

 

 

 

 

 

Sylvia Marsal

Ana Casado

Sonja Konnecke

Ángel Garretas

Inmaculada Ferández

Angel Ardanaz

Luis Granell

Nahia Ardanaz

Marcel Reig

Alejandra Martínez

Ibon Doval

Patricia García

Maria Agirre

Alba Camañas

Amador Iranzo

Ainara

Carlos Fanjul

Arturo Peña

Nivia Lubeigt

Fernando Cueva

Johanna Klaffke

Christiane Mumperow

Hartwig Mumperow

Naia Lubeigt

Iker Ayerdi

Iker Tome

Irene Basilio

Berit Krumbein

Luis Lubeigt

Elisa Molés

Claudia Domingo de Alba

Bilbao Flamenco

Guadalupe Vilar

Carlos Blum

Amparo Luna

Irache Velert

Hilde Holstein

Iván Lequerica

Karmele Orbegozo

Inés Peris

Susanne Fischer

Regina Ritzenhoff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUICAfilms is hungry to go beyond the narrative language. No limits on the ways and fearless in the arguments. A new company, designed to push the boundaries of any story worth telling and any reality that needs to be rescued. The project is born in association and partnership between Pepe Andreu and Rafa Molés. Passionate about the documentary format, its expressive possibilities and social outreach. To passion we add a 15 year professional experience in audiovisual world.

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Rafa Molés Vilar

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Journalist and a Screenwriter with 15 year professional experience in audiovisual world and documentaries production. 'Journalist of the Year' in the 2012 Journalism Valencia Community Awards. Professor at the Jaume I University of Castellón.

Pepe Andreu

Director

Producer and director of documentries and news reports. Universitary degree in sciences of Visual and Auditive Images. He has 15 years professional experience in audivisual world. He have been Director of the Promotions Department at RTVV.

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Five days to dance

A couple of dancers appear one morning in a High School classroom in San Sebastián. It’s Monday and they announce to a group of youngsters that they have five days to get up on stage and dance. One week to change things. A short time, a brief choreography, a big challenge. To get people to move when the world paralyses us.

The dance compels these youngsters to break through their roles exactly at the time of their lives when their social roles are being forged. The beautiful girl is no longer the most admired, the timid one takes a step forward. The dance makes them touch each other. They are equal. Some will not be set themselves loose until the last moment.

Wilfried Van Poppel and Amaya Lubeigt are the choreographers. He is Dutch, she is Basque and arrive from Bremen. They have worked with Pina Bausch, Susanne Linke or Urs Dietrich and have now decided to work with people who have never danced before. They do this every week in Germany but this time Amaya will return to her roots after 25 years. Dancing is the common language. It doesn’t matter where.
This is the challenge: five days, a class of teenagers, a microcosm in which occurs a little big bang.