Gotham-based distributor Sundance Selects has picked up North American rights to “Dancing in Jaffa,” the doc that bowed earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival. An exact release strategy has…
Wim Wenders has long been a national institution in Germany, but now it's official.
A handsome artisan and amateur dancer from the French sticks finds his body virtually glued to that of a haughty Parisian ballet teacher in "Hand in Hand," a contempo, dance-infused variation on the…
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Multidimensional entertainment that will send culture vultures swooning.
Documaker Anne Linsel's joyful portrait illuminates the participants' emotional journey.
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