Elizabeth Zimmer

 

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  • If you're one of those people who eagerly waits for Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo to show up at your local theater just before Christmas, well, this is not your year. But a consolation prize is Rebels on Pointe, a delightful...

  • Bobbi Jene, a new Scandinavian documentary, explores a couple of years in the life of an Iowa-born modern dancer who builds a career in Israel before confronting the work/life conflicts that hamstring so many women. Despite, or perhaps...

  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    Bobbi Jene, a new Scandinavian documentary, explores a couple of years in the life of an Iowa-born modern dancer who builds a career in Israel before confronting the work/life conflicts that hamstring so many women. Despite, or perhaps because of,...

  • A lot of star power, and the resources of three countries, went into the making of this subtitled dance-world weepie. Shot in French and Russian, it takes us from Moscow to Paris and ultimately to Antwerp, Belgium, showing us a young woman's...

  • 1 year ago | Film and TV

    Prodigies flame out; it happens all the time. But the tale of Sergei Polunin, a young Ukrainian ballet dancer whose family hitched its wagon to his star, is a particularly sad one. Steven Cantor’s doc Dancer illuminates Polunin’s celebrity before ...

  • Pay careful attention to the opening titles and the credit scroll on this multinational co-production lest you miss important clues and hidden pleasures. Carlos Saura's Argentina is really a concert film, unique in that the only spectator...

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