If you’re a ballet lover or student of ballet you’ve likely been following all the buzz about First Position, a ballet documentary film. The movie opened this month in most major U.S. Cities. The reviews are in. You must see it!
Kargman’s straightforward but revealingly sharp-eyed documentary focuses on the challenges facing six of the competitors [in the annual Youth America Grand Prix] in varying age brackets and from the United States and abroad. It follows them as they move through their rigorous training, perform in the semifinals and then go on to dance in the high-stakes finals in New York.
For entire Sun Time article by Hedy Weiss, click here.
First Position is a new award-winning dance documentary… It features some of the most talented young dancers in the world as they compete for ballet scholarships that have the power to change their lives. The movie stars Michaela DePrince, Aran Bell, Miko & Jules Fogarty, Joan Sebastian Zamora, Rebecca Houseknecht and Gaya Bommer Yemini.
Published by FirstPositionFilms
Watch the trailer below, you’re going to love it.
Courtesy of FirstPositionFilms Channel on YouTube.
First Position, a ballet documentary film is a movie not to be missed. As soon as it comes to my home town I’ll be there standing in line to watch it. I’ll report back to you with my personal review.
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