Dancing Through Gunshots in Brazil’s Favelas — REDEFINE TWENTY


The first installation for Redefine Twenty’s Docuseries is “Dancing through Gunshots in Brazil’s Favelas”. The documentary is from @vice and is about young girls trying to learn ballet in Brazil’s favelas, however their classes are usually disrupted by gang violence. The documentary provides the perspective of the instructor that organizes and leads the classes […]

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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1 Response to Dancing Through Gunshots in Brazil’s Favelas — REDEFINE TWENTY

  1. It is admirable what the girls and their teacher are doing under those dire circumstances. People like Tuany and the president of the Dida project as well as founders of similar projects all over the world are really special people.

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