New documentary showcases Angola’s popular Kuduro dance and music

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Portuguese director Mario Patrocinio explores the impact of Kuduro as a lifestyle in Luanda and beyond.

Kuduro (or kuduru) is a type of music and dance originally developed in Angola in the 1980s. Its signature uptempo, energetic, and danceable beats have amassed quite a large global following.

Watch out for the killer dance moves and performances in Patrocinio’s I Love Kuduro, which is set to screen at Toronto’s Hot Docs International Film Festival April 2014.

 

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  • Gathii

    The panel discussions are quite relevant for Raila. It’s good that his western friends are helping him out as he settles in his new life.

    • Is he going as a govt, official or what?

      • Barack

        ”is it bad for him to attend the summit ,or why do you seem to be feeling hurt in this or is it only meant for govt official to attend or whom do you propose”? tell me sister.

      • Amicus populos vestibulo

        In his private capacity. He has friends remember?

    • Muhando Gedi

      You are an Eastern friend,are not you?

  • shalom

    I would wish him to to focus in the future rather than Historical happenings which the west will use to make him feel something must be done yet no solution to it…ultimately the injury becomes more pains and westerners love to do that quite often.

  • WE ARE VICTIMS OF COLONIAL HYPOCRISY;PERIOD.TIME TO DECOLONIZE THE MIND.

  • Wilfred Moakah

    Hallelujiah!! usimtusi mkunga na uzazi ungalipo!..mungu bariki wapenda amani na wote wasiojipenda…..amen

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