You are invited to a movie premiere!
Attend our exclusive showing of this new documentary short by the popular Argentine author,
film maker, tango teacher & performer, Gustavo Benzecry Sabá. Broadcast live from Buenos Aires,
we're hosting an exclusive showing via a private Zoom link. Is your name on the list?
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Monday, November 30, 2020
4 pm PST
Movie is followed by Q&A with Gustavo
Suggested donation $5 via our Shop
A must-see documentary to understand how the most distinctive sign of tango dance developed. Taking as reference the European origins, The History of the Embrace in Tango Dance crumbles the reasons of its emphatic importance. With a dynamic edition, it tells how the transformative process was generated, along with exclusive interviews with teachers Carlos Rivarola, Ana María Schapira, Hugo Mastrolorenzo and Dana Frígoli. Digital format. (33 minutes).
About the director
Gustavo Benzecry Sabá
Gustavo Benzecry Sabá was born in Buenos Aires. He studied with milongueros and stage teachers. He has 20 years of experience as a teacher and tango dancer (in Argentina he taught at Canning, among many other milongas in Buenos Aires) and he has been around for 14 years on international tours (mainly in the United States and Europe). He wrote several books about tango dance, translated into different languages, and collaborates with tango magazines in Buenos Aires and other countries. He is also the author of an instructional DVD of leaders techniques and two documentaries: “The Golden Years” and “The History of the Embrace in Tango Dance”.