Ballroom dancing is the ultimate traditional sport. With a reputation for being overtly heterosexual and inflexible rules that bar same-sex couples from competitions, it should be the last sport on earth in which gay men and lesbians would participate. But at a small studio in Melbourne a passionate group of same sex ballroom dancers is defying the rules.
Vincent Paterson is the Hollywood Choreographer who created defining moves for stars like Michael Jackson and Madonna. This documentary follows a year in his life; In sweaty rehearsals for the Cirque du Soleil show Viva Elvis!, we see the tough work ethics, his humour and the artistic integrity that has shaped his career.
Get an inside look at the creative process with this premiere series of in-depth interviews with the leading figures in the arts world. Artistic Director of the Bangarra Dance Theatre discusses his love for Indigenous dance.
Think breakdancing died in the '80s? Think again. This documentary rediscovers one of the most incredible dance phenomena the world has ever seen. Originally known as B-boying, breakdancing was an urban dance form that originated from the streets of New York City during the birth of hip-hop in the seventies. Three decades later, B-boying is back in full force and has evolved into an art form, reaching a level never seen before.
In 1990, seven young male dancers joined Madonna on her most controversial tour. Twenty-five years later they reveal the truth about life after the tour. A dramatic tale about overcoming shame and finding the courage to be who you are.