Initially, Lez Brotherston's grand, gothic design outdoes the drama but Bourne's more dynamic and dangerous second half creates dance for the "Twilight" generation.
Mary Helen Bowers credits the details of "Black Swan" for making it as true as possible to the life of a soloist in the competitive New York City ballet world.
Matthew Libatique talks about his work on "Black Swan."
The scores for four contenders for Academy Awards have run afoul of music-branch rules and are being Sdisqualified from Oscar consideration.
Amy Westcott and Laura Mulleavy were both blown away when they first saw the climax in "Black Swan" in which Natalie Portman's ballet costume takes on a life of its own as she loses her grip on…
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