Omaro Productions (Paris, France): UNI

  • 20 Dec 2021 6pm UTC
  • dur 3min

Omaro Productions was founded in 2018 by Carolina Kzan (Brazil) and Irene van Zeeland (Netherlands). Joining their forces as filmmaker and choreographer they create interdisciplinary work featuring cinema and movement. The work is mostly experimental and addresses global, yet personal, issues in an intimate way.
From the impact of the current political situation in Brazil to a continuing research into the effect of interhuman relationships on our lives and the way our bodies move. The work is characterized by the constant research into the relationship of the body in motion to the movements of the camera.

Choreography: Alberto Barletta & Irene van Zeeland
Images & Editing: Carolina Kzan
Music: Nathan Lanier

Alberto Barletta (Italy) creates contemporary work for both the stage and video. Originally from La Scala and M.A.S. (Music, Arts & Show) in Milan and the Ailey School (New York City) he worked for many different contemporary dance companies world wide. His repertoire takes its inspiration from (neo)classical and contemporary sources such as Rudolf Nureyev, Georges Balanchine, William Forsythe, Angelin Preljocaj and Maurice Béjart. His signature is a virtuosic and musical movement vocabulary with high aesthetic standards.