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Video of the ballerina Isabella Boylston for The New York Times.

2017. Running Time 0:45 secs.

Cinematography by Lívia Sá.

“It’s a little bit like being shot out of a cannon because you have no time to prepare — you’re off, and you just, like, go!” @isabellaboylston said of this dazzling variation from #georgebalanchine’s “Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux,” which she performs on Saturday night at the #metropolitanoperahouse with @abtofficial opposite @josephgorak. For her, the ballet is all about dancing and musicality. “It’s a mistake to think that you can make it better by putting yourself and your ego all over the steps,” she said. “It really succeeds when you leave yourself open to being in the moment. You’ll come through no matter what.” And while she may not dance @nycballet, the house of Balanchine, @isabellaboylston — who plays #jenniferlawrence’s dance double in the upcoming spy film #redsparrow” — is a natural Balanchine ballerina. “I would love to do more, honestly,” she told the @nytimes writer @giadk. “I wish we could do a dancer exchange. That would be the coolest.” It certainly would. #petermartins, #kevinmckenzie: Any takers? @ezrahurwitz made this video for #SpeakingInDance, our weekly series exploring the world of #dance.

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Performance conceived in Alto-Paraíso de Goiás, Brazil, with the artists and performers Bárbara Francesquine and Conrado Pera. The video is shot at a scenario that used to be an old abandoned factory and now is a space occupied by artists and scavengers who have turned the place into a beautiful site of recycling, art and inspiration.

2013. Running Time 4:47 Minutes.

Cinematography and Edited by Lívia Sá.



Featuring Pennsylvania Ballet Soloist, Evelyn Kocak, and New York City Ballet Principal Dancer, Gonzalo Garcia. Directed by Ezra Hurwitz.

2014. Running Time 3:09 Minutes.

Cinematography by Lívia Sá.

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These 3 videos are a compilation to showcase the project Nudefy Me by photographer Igor Capibaribe. None of the clients are models; they are regular people, that wanted to have a particular time of their lives captured and translated into a meaningful, timeless piece of art.

2011. Running Time 4:00 Minutes.

Filmed and Edited by Lívia Sá.






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