Produced by Emmy-winning Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men, The Handmaid's Tale) and directed by Steven Cantor (Dancer), the film portrays the groundbreaking dance series Ballet Now which unites the world’s foremost dance talent for an international collaboration.


COMPLETED

Director: Steven Cantor
Executive Producer: Elisabeth Moss
Runtime: 52',74'
Year: 2018
Country: USA
Format: HD

 
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Festival highlights

Seattle International Film Festival


Press


"Dance? Easy. The Ballerina Tiler Peck Leaves Her Comfort Zone." - The New York Times

"Brings together the world’s foremost dance talent for an international performance mash-up, bringing dancers, choreographers and genres from classical ballet to tap to break-dancing together for three magical nights of performance" - Deadline

 

 

STORY 

Dance sensation Tiler Peck, one of the principle dancers of the New York City Ballet company, curates a three-day dance series entitled ‘Ballet Now’ which seeks to push boundaries and integrate unexpected elements into performances which will not only delight ballet’s devout followers, but also create new fans. Produced by Emmy-winning Elisabeth Moss and directed by Steven Cantor (Dancer) this feature length film captures the creative process behind the scenes at the famed Dorothy Chandler Pavilion – bringing dancers, choreographers and styles from all over the world together for three magical nights of performances.

 

 

CREDITS

Director: Steven Cantor

Executive Producer: Elisabeth Moss