On this stirring portrait of the legendary choreographer who saw his life's work as bigger than himself.
The co-directors of the compelling tale of development of a young ballerina discuss the energy of bringing the worlds of dance and film together.
The choreographer talks about her most thrilling move to date - the director's chair - with her feature debut, a modern retelling of the Virgin Mary's pilgrimage.
A portrait of the New York City Ballet as elegant as its dancers onstage.
Of the many in the ballet doc looking to step into the spotlight, count its director amongst those who shine. In this interview, she talks about creating a more diverse portrait of the dance world.
The filmmaker talks about how bringing the experience of the radically innovative dance choreographer's work to the screen required an equally original reconception of what 3D could do.
On finding a way to depict the magic of dancing towards becoming a teen from a director on the move.
The celebrated cinematographer of "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Tiny Furniture" turns his camera on someone just as innovative in choreographer Justin Peck.
A filmmaker talks about setting her summer home ablaze literally with her festival circuit hit short about an irascible teen.