Zip Zap Circus’ Next Chapter – An Acrobatic Art Film
Written by Classic 1027 on 19th Apr 2021
24th Apr 2021
Through adversity, hope and creativity are born.
Zip Zap Circus is somersaulting out of the doom and gloom of a long hard COVID year in full technicolour – with a brand new creation called: MOYA – An Acrobatic Art Film.
This extraordinary acrobatic art film is rooted in South African culture seen through the lens of our youth. We follow the protagonist who experiences living, laughing, breathing, dancing and traversing the technicolour natural Cape Town landscapes as he discovers himself and his environment through the magic of circus.
Staying true to the essence of Zip Zap, the professional wing pushes creative boundaries and explores collective acrobatic work, African dance (including Gumboots and Pantsula), as well as traditional circus disciplines.
MOYA is directed and choreographed by three young circus artists namely, Brin Schoellkopf, Samuel Renaud and Sabine van Rensburg, and is exquisitely captured through the lens of two videographers specializing in movement film, namely Brin Schoellkopf and Nic Good.
MOYA is proudly supported by The National Arts Council, the African Culture Fund, Institut Français Afrique du Sud and WESGRO.
Proceeds will fund Zip Zap’s free youth and outreach programmes, positively impacting the lives of 2000 youth-at-risk every year.
You can watch this art film on-demand anytime for a period of 48 hours from 00h00 on Saturday 24 April 2021 to 23h59 on Sunday 25 April 2021 – UTC +2. SAST.
Your R100 ticket serves the entire household, promises cutting-edge entertainment and is an investment in social change and youth empowerment.
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