Danseruna is an experience happening for the past 4 years in the south of France, in the small village of Capestang. Born from the desire to merge various dance languages, mostly traditional folk dance, tango, and contact improvisation, it brings around 100 people together over 3 days, with workshops during the day and great experimental balls at night. Trance is around the corner in those situations, and the community is at the avant-garde of researches on modified states of consciousness, contemporary parties and shamanic revival. This short documentary explores a part of this event, by turning it into a neo-ritualistic piece of cinema and sounds.
Directed by Vincent Moon