MOYA | An Acrobatic Art Film
This is Zip Zap reinvented.
This is Zip Zap as never seen before.
Our next chapter.
With the global pandemic halting the live performance industry, Zip Zap finds itself at a pivotal moment in its existence. Through adversity, comes hope and creativity! An opportune moment presents to create something fresh, cutting-edge and contemporary that re-ignites hope in our country and symbolises the evolution of Zip Zap. To tell the next chapter of our story without looking back.
Born from these tumultuous times is MOYA, an acrobatic art film rooted in South African culture seen through the eyes of our youth. We follow the protagonist who experiences living, breathing, laughing, and dancing through the technicolour natural landscapes of Cape Town, discovering himself and his environment through the magic of circus. Staying true to the essence of Zip Zap and enhancing the natural evolution of the company, the professional wing explores collective acrobatic work, African dance (including Gumboots and Pantsula), as well as traditional circus disciplines.
MOYA is captured through the lens of two talented circus artists and videographers specializing in movement film.
Tanguita performers by Totó la Momposina, Produced by John Hollis, Astar Artes Recordings & Astar Artes Publishing
The screening will be available to view on-demand for a period of 48 hours from 00h00 on Saturday 24 April 2021 to 00h00 on Sunday 25 April 2021. If you are paying in a currency outside of South Africa, please note that Quicket's payment platform will process the conversion when the payment is made.
Please view the FAQs tab above for further information.
MOYA is proudly supported by The National Arts Council, the African Culture Fund, French Institute of South Africa – IFAS Culture and WESGRO.
Should you require any assistance with the viewing on 24 and 25 April, please contact Brigette via whatsapp on + 27 66 598 4264.
Can I watch the film anywhere in the world?
Yes! The film is available for global viewing, on demand, during the 48 hours.
What is the viewing time window across the world?
On demand for 48 hours, From 00h00 on Saturday 24 April 2021 to 23h59 on Sunday 25 April 2021 - UTC +2. SAST
Will the film be available after this viewing window ending 00h00 25th April 2021?
It will be featured at the Brighton Fringe Festival from 28 May to 27 June 2021 and we will announce any additional viewings in various countries, should these be confirmed.
If the price is ZAR100, can I still buy a ticket in another currency?
Yes, Quicket’s payment platform will process the conversion.
How will I receive my ticket?
Your ticket will be sent to you via email, directly from Quicket. Please check your junk mail folder too.
Can I change the viewing settings to give me a better picture?
When I click on the video in the event, it takes me to Vimeo?
If I want to donate, can I get a Section 18a Tax Certificate?
I would like to buy a ticket for a friend or family as a gift, what is the process?
- Select the number of tickets you would like to purchase and confirm your order.
- On the 'order confirmation' page, enter your email address as the BUYER.
- In the 'General Information - Ticket 1/2/3 etc...', enter each recipient name, surname, THEIR email address, telephone number.
- Once the payment has been processed and the order is confirmed, you as the BUYER will receive confirmation of the order and each recipient will receive their order with their unique access link that cannot be shared. All confirmations will be sent directly via Quicket.
- Ta-da! Enjoy the show - we will see you in front seat
|Age restriction||Family friendly|
|Refund policy||No refunds|