Cycles

Danse à l'écran

Sélection de films où la danse rencontre le cinéma

4 films

Une sélection de films documentaires, de fictions et de courts-métrages où la danse s'invite à l'écran.

Danse à l'écran
  • Literary adaptation, Comedy-drama
  • 2016
  • France
  • 1h48
by Angelin Preljocaj and Valérie Müller

Moscow, early 90s. Polina, aged 8, is a gifted ballerina. From a modest background she joins the prestigious school of Professor Bojinsky, who trains dancers for the Bolshoi. He immediately grasps her tremendous potential and makes her work so hard that at only 18 her dream finally comes true and she enters the prestigious Bolshoi. This is when she meets Adrien, a charming French dancer. He will help her to discover not only love but, more importantly, a new form of dance, more contemporary and expressive, a kind of dance that will change her life forever. From Moscow to Aix-En-Provence and Antwerp, from success to disillusion, we follow Polina's incredible destiny.

  • Drama
  • 2018
  • France
  • 1h42
by Andréa Bescond and Eric Métayer

Odette is 8 years old, she loves drawing and dancing. Why should she be suspicious of a friend of her parents who offers to "play tickling"? As an adult, Odette dances her anger, embraces life with freedom of speech...

  • Musical comedy
  • 2021
  • France
  • 1h48
by Philippe Béziat

This is a premiere for 30 dancers of hip-hop, krump, break, voguing... A first for the director Clément Cogitore and for the choreographer Bintou Dembélé. And a first for the Paris’ Opera Bastille. By bringing together urban dance and opera singing, they reinvent Jean-Philippe Rameau's baroque masterpiece, Les Indes Galantes. From rehearsals to public performances, it is a human adventure and a meeting of political realities that we follow: can a new generation of artists storm the Bastille today?

  • 2021
  • France
  • 1h50
by Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai

Au cœur de la capitale, un lycée tente un pari fou : intégrer des élèves de quartiers populaires et briser la spirale de l’échec scolaire grâce à la danse hip-hop. Allons enfants est l’histoire de cette expérience unique en France.

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