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FAME (1980)

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Right! On with your legwarmers and all together now, "Fame! I'm gonna live foreh-ver! I'm gonna learn how to fly! (HIIIIGH!)". The movie that spawned the TV series and a whole generation of star-struck wannabees. Set in New York's High School of Performing Arts, following the trials and tribulations of its all-singing, all-dancing pupils. Be prepared, it's pretty showy... 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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Every year New York City is host to a ballroom dancing competition that leaves all others in the shade, as the children from over sixty schools within the borough enter (with a breathtaking gusto and determination) the world of the Tango. Mad Hot Ballroom is a delightfully engaging documentary, witty, touching and utterly addictive. find out more...
RUMBA (2007)

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Fiona and Dom are teachers at a rural school. They share a passion for Latin dance and they re deeply in love. On weekends, they enter dance competitions around the country and their house is crammed with trophies. One night, as they are driving back from a competition, they encounter a man on a clumsy suicide mission, standing in the middle of the road. They swerve to avoid him and crash, throwing their lives into turmoil...

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Sarah dreams of becoming a ballerina, but the death of her mother finds her moving to the deprived South Side of Chicago and living with her estranged dad. One of the few white faces in a predominately black neighbourhood Sarah feels uncomfortable until she is befriended by Chenille and her brother Derek. A passion for dance, and each other, soon blossoms between Sarah and Derek, but they must fight increasing opposition from family and friends to remain true to their dreams and each other. find out more...

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Andie's a (female) rebellious street dancer enrolled and struggling in an elite arts school, Chase is a bloke dancer at the same school and he's very good. Together the two must overcome the complacent job's worth attitude of the script writer by shakin' what they got and winning the meanest, coolest battle of the boogie, "The Streets". You know who you are - if you like this kinda' thing you'll love this. Me? I'm off to beat my head against a wall… in rhythm... but the dancin's pretty cool. find out more...

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Pierre Dulaine is a ballroom instructor who finds himself in the unlikely, and at first unenviable, position of being hired by an inner city school to bring some focus to the lives of its most troubled students. Not surprisingly the kids are pretty unimpressed but Pierre's genuine passion slowly wins them over and the unruly mob gradually become a dancing force to be reckoned with. The words "nothing new" can be applied to an awful lot of things these days and Take The Lead certainly isn't keen find out more...