The story of Sergei Polunin is told in Dancer, the slightly cleaned-up dancing version of a “Behind the Music” episode. There’s still blow, but not that much blow.
Unlucky Stars is exactly the movie you expect from filmmakers with backgrounds in stunt work.
The ReFrame Film Festival couldn’t wait to begin. On Thursday, January 28, the festival held an exclusive sold-out Ontario premiere of Anne Troake’s OutSideIn, an experimental 3D film that featured choreography in its rawest form from two partially nude performers (Carol Prieur and Bill Coleman).
What if we were to meet with timeless movie couples who connected through dance? Would they still be dancing, or would they be reminiscing over how they moved people with their routines? For the Dirty Dancing/Footloose crowd, the final stretch of 2015 offers German Kral’s Our Last Tango – the real life story of this very scenario.
By: Shannon Page Emmy-award winner Kate Geis has directed, produced and edited Paul Taylor: Creative Domain, a narrowly focused look into the mind and creative process of one of the most interesting choreographers alive today.
By: Gesilayefa Azorbo Ballet 422, the much-anticipated new film from Jody Lee Lipes (NY Export: Opus Jazz), opens with a couple of facts. 91 – the number of full-time dancers at the prestigious New York City Ballet. 1948 – the year the ballet company was formed. The film then opens with a shot of these elite dancers walking down a darkened hallway to a mirrored practice studio. Then, shots of them stretching, warming up, wrapping their…