Sol features two dancers and is broken up into three parts. Each part represents one chapters progression from darkness to light.
Trapped in darkness, the female dancer struggles to breathe freely as she strives to break free from the fabric binding her. The dancers evolve into the light join together in their struggle to expand beyond the limits of the societal norms they have for so long been trapped by. The dancers embrace the light’s energy to ignite their movement as they evolve to break free of the unsustainable lifestyle of the past. Solar is light, energy is created by movement here to provoke thought and inspire the future.
Daniel Otero Estevez is a Writer, Director, and Producer. Born and raised in Mexico City. He moved to a tennis academy in Boca Raton, FL at the age of16. He is currently a Senior studying Film & Television with a Minor in Producing for Film & Media at The Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, GA. Daniel has experience on several professional sets including third’s most grossing film in Mexican history. He has also worked on countless Fashion & Narrative short films. His goal is to graduate and work full time in LA.