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RESET

 
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When Black Swan’s choreographer introduces us to his new creation: Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward

Category: Arts & Culture, Feature Length, Performing Arts, Danse
Duration: 110’
Production year: 2015
Director: Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai
Cast: Benjamin Millepied, Nico Muhly, Aurélie Dupont, Iris van Herpen
Tribeca Film Festival - Official Selection
PGNiG Transatlantyk Film Festival
Sheffield Doc/Fest
Melbourne IFF
Jerusalem IFF
Seattle IFF
Sydney IFF
Vancouver IFF
IDFA 2016

Synopsis

Stunningly gorgeous and delicate in both subject and treatment, Reset depicts renowned choreographer and dancer Benjamin Millepied (best known for choreographing the dance sequences in Black Swan) as he attempts to rejuvenate the Paris Opera Ballet in his new position as director. With appearances by composer Nico Muhly, Opera alumna Aurélie Dupont, and designer Iris van Herpen, Reset is a delightfully aesthetic affair.


Produced by Falabracks

- "It is electrifying viewing, and will fascinate an audience attuned to the world of dance, both in a festival and theatrical setting" Screen
http://www.screendaily.com/reviews/...

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