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Isadora DuncanThis unsentimental portrait of the complex and charismatic "Mother of Modern Dance" traces the life and artistic development of San Francisco-born Isadora Duncan (1877-1927). Duncan raised dance from mere vaudeville entertainment to a legitimate art form, laying the foundation for today's modern...Subscribe to to watch now
FroshFROSH presents life on campus as it really happens: a true portrait of emerging sexualities (straight and gay), academic struggles, manic partying, and confrontations over religion, ethnicity, sexism and politics. This year-in-the-life documentary is set in a co-ed, multi-cultural freshman dorm...Subscribe to to watch now
Kids of SurvivalKIDS OF SURVIVAL is an Emmy Award-winning feature-length documentary about three years of work and struggle inside the acclaimed South Bronx art/education group, Tim Rollins + K.O.S. For over a decade, artist-educator Tim Rollins, working with Puerto Rican and Dominican...Subscribe to to watch now
Now and ThenNOW & THEN is a four-year journey through the American rite of passage known as college. This feature-length documentary follows ten undergraduates at Stanford University from move-in day to graduation, from their last days as teenagers to their first days as adults. Three years after filming the...Subscribe to to watch now
Ballets RussesUnearthing a treasure trove of archival footage, filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine have fashioned a dazzling and entrancing ode to the revolutionary 20th-century dance troupes that performed under the Ballets Russes banner. BALLETS RUSSES maps the Diaghilev-era beginnings in...Subscribe to to watch now
Something VenturedConceived by co-executive producer Paul Holland and directed by Emmy Award winning filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, SOMETHING VENTURED tells the story of the creation of an industry that went on to become the single greatest engine of innovation and economic growth in...Subscribe to to watch now
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Awesome, beautiful, joyful, and so very enjoyable to watch. I love, love seeing the Ballet stars in present day and in the past. So fun and touching!
Enjoyed the growing up factor of the young people and how their lives changed as they meet and lived with others.
This was a fascinating window into the history of ballet in America. As a former student, I realized Ballet Russe informed much of my dance training and ideas about ballet....