Wake Up Dance in Spain

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The best high in the Mediterranean isn’t on Ibiza. It’s in the mountains of Mallorca and it’s called Wake Up Dance. Llewelyn, a DJ who grew tired of the night scene, is transforming the idea of going out from the small Mallorquín village of Deià. Every Saturday morning for a few hours he shares his passion for music for free to all those interested. At this party, there's no room for booze or drugs. Only endorphins.

Shotlist

  1. 00:00 black screen, fade up
  2. 00:03 very wide establishing shot of village of Deià, mountain range in background
  3. 00:06 wide establishing shot of houses in Deià
  4. 00:10 wide establishing shot of more houses in Deià
  5. 00:14 wide shot of tourists in Deià shopping
  6. 00:19 wide establishing shot exterior of community centre, Deià, where Wake Up Dance takes place
  7. 00:23 medium shot exterior on dancers in community clapping, dancing
  8. 00:26 medium shot interior of man dancing in group
  9. 00:31 medium shot interior of woman dancing, lost in the moment
  10. 00:38 medium shot interior of young girl dancing
  11. 00:44 medium CU on Llewelyn, DJ, interview
  12. 00:49 medium shot of people dancing wildly in group
  13. 00:55 medium shot of a circle of people jumping together
  14. 00:58 medium CU on laptop with circle of people in background
  15. 01:02 medium CU handheld POV in circle jumping
  16. 01:07 medium CU on Mariana, co-founder of Wake Up Dance
  17. 01:12 medium shot of sign on door of community centre 'Hablar Fuera, Gracias' - 'Talk Outside, Please'
  18. 01:14 medium shot on hands and arms of a dancer
  19. 01:18 medium shot on man smiling and dancing
  20. 01:20 medium CU on feet moving quickly to music
  21. 01:25 medium CU on Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance, interview
  22. 01:30 medium shot on Llewelyn, DJ, wearing a blonde wig selecting songs on his laptop
  23. 01:37 medium shot on Dani, regular participant at Wake Up Dance, interview
  24. 01:40 medium CU on Dani dancing
  25. 01:47 medium shot on two woman dancing and laughing
  26. 01:53 medium shot on group of people dancing and smiling
  27. 02:00 medium shot on Raquel, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance, interview
  28. 02:07 medium shot of two people dancing in the group wearing masks
  29. 02:14 medium shot on Raquel, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance, interview
  30. 02:21 medium CU on Llewelyn, DJ, interview
  31. 02:26 CU on Llewelyn, DJ
  32. 02:33 medium CU on woman dancing
  33. 02:40 medium CU on two woman dancing together, smiling
  34. 02:47 medium shot on Dani, regular participant at Wake Up Dance, interview
  35. 02:51 medium shot on woman sitting on ground lost in the moment
  36. 02:58 medium CU on Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance, interview
  37. 03:04 medium shot on group of people dancing
  38. 03:10 medium shot on Mariana dancing while wearing a wig
  39. 03:15 medium shot panning over group of people dancing in unison
  40. 03:26 medium CU on Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance, interview
  41. 03:33 medium shot panning over group of people applauding
  42. 03:38 medium CU on Llewelyn smiling and gesturing for the group to be quiet
  43. 03:43 cut to black, credits

Script

  1. soundbite (Spanish)
    Llewelyn, DJ, founder of Wake Up Dance: 00:26 We began and the first few times two or three people came, then four, five, and then after a couple of weeks, ten people came, and now it's almost full every week. It's really cool. It's like the gym, but fun.
  2. soundbite (Spanish)
    Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance: 01:08 Every Saturday when you go dancing at the Wake Up Dance, something happens. You're happier. You're more relaxed. I don't know exactly what it is, if it's the dancing, or it's meeting people. Something happens. I don't know what it is, but something happens. It's true.
  3. soundbite (Spanish)
    Dani, regular participant at Wake Up Dance: 01:31 The family it's creating through the music, well, through the love of moving the body. It's healthy because there are many ways to fill your body with toxins. This is to detoxify your body a little.
  4. soundbite (Spanish)
    Raquel, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance: 01:59 For me it's necessary, because I need a safe place where I can be free, be a child, play, jump, without restrictions, conditions. So it's a perfect space for me where I can let myself be me because I feel safe, protected, by the atmosphere, to experiment, to enjoy it.
  5. soundbite (Spanish)
    Llewelyn, DJ, founder of Wake Up Dance: 02:22 A lot of people come, freak out and go. Every Saturday, there are maybe four people that enter, stay three seconds and say 'No, this isn't for me'.
  6. soundbite (Spanish)
    Dani, regular participant at Wake Up Dance: 02:47 It feeds me physically, spiritually, mentally, emotionally. It feeds me.
  7. soundbite (Spanish)
    Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance: 02:55 I come with my children as well. I've got two kids, a boy and a girl, and I like the fact that they know from a young age that this exists. So perhaps, my hope is in the future to dance, have fun, to meet people, is like this.
  8. soundbite (Spanish)
    Llewelyn, DJ, founder of Wake Up Dance: 03:16 For me, the best thing's the people. That people come and everyone makes us feel like a big family.
  9. soundbite (Spanish)
    Mariana, one of the founders of Wake Up Dance: 03:26 I think we're almost like pioneers, and like all pioneers in the history of humanity, they were crazy at the start. I hope that one day all parties will be like this. It's much more beautiful.