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Certification15 Our Rating

A baker's daughter, Odette, follows a unicorn into the woods where she is transformed, by a nasty wizard, into a swan. The good Fairy Queen partially counters the spell, but it is up to Odette and her animal friends to save the beautiful Enchanted Forest from evil, before she finally falls in love with Prince Daniel. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Set during the miners strike, Billy is the 11 year old son of a widowed miner who stumbles across a ballet class one day on the way to his boxing lesson. The young boy becomes hooked, and while keeping his new found passion secret from his family, Billy's raw talent is noticed by the dance teacher, who encourages him to audition for the Royal ballet. Billy Elliot is a deeply average movie, its not bad, its merely generic and stereotyped. There's a long line of this sort of British comedy drama, find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan, Princess Odette, but slowly loses her mind as she strives to subsume, at the behest of the director, the personality of the Black Swan, Odile. Once again Aronovsky returns to his familiar themes of obsession and addiction (see also 'Requiem For A Dream', 'Pi' and 'The Wrestler') and has created an enigmatic and frustrating film. Audiences have been divided over the degree of success he achieve find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Dracula goes art house in an interpretation by Guy Maddin and the Winnipeg National Ballet of Bram Stoker's classic blood sucker. Dracula - Pages From a Virgin's Diary is a visually gorgeous affair, elegantly choreographed and atmospherically shot in sepia, it is also not without wit, which breathes much needed life into the proceedings. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Every year, thousands of aspiring dancers enter one of the world's most prestigious ballet competitions, the Youth America Grand Prix. In the final round, with hundreds competing for only a handful of elite scholarships and contracts, practice and discipline are paramount, and nothing short of perfection is expected. This award-winning documentary follows six find out more...


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Recorded in the San Francisco Opera House in 1988, this performance of Puccini's La Boheme contains an international cast of singers and players, including Italo Tajo and Luciano Pavarotti find out more...

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Wiseman spent 3 months in the baroque halls and rehearsal rooms of the Palais Garnier making this beautiful documentary covering the production of 7 different ballets.
If cinema were poetry this would be a Romantic ode. find out more...
STEP UP (2006)

CertificationPG Our Rating

When Tyler finds himself doing community service at a school for the performing arts, he also finds Nora, a beautiful and privileged classically trained dancer, who's searching for a temporary replacement for her injured partner. Spying Tyler's smooth moves, Nora decides to take a chance on him, geting him enrolled in the school, but as they begin training, tension builds, tempers flare and the differences in their backgrounds explode. 'Step Up' is a standard wrong side of the tracks/right side find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

In the future my son will lead mankind in a war against Skynet, a computer system designed to destroy the world. It has sent machines back through time to kill him, one to protect him. Today we fight to stop Skynet from ever being created. To change our future. To change his fate. The war to save mankind begins now! find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

An expressionistic look at the ballet world focusing on the rigid relationship between artist and teacher until a young composer brings the ballerina back to reality. Ground-breaking at the time in its use of colour and movement and made more intriguing by its real-life model of Nijinsky/Diaghilev.

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