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Dancing Across Borders

Dancing Across Borders

Thu, July 29th at 7pm Only!

Preceding the Film, Charya Burt, a Classical Cambodian Dancer/Choreographer, Will Deliver a Special Live Performance with San Francisco Opera Cellist, Ruth Lane!

A Benefit for the Elsie Allen High School Drama Department to go to the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland!

Dancing Across Borders is the intimate and triumphant story of Sokvannara "Sy" Sar, who as a young man in Cambodia was dancing with a small troupe in Angkor Wat when Anne Bass, a longtime patron of dance in America, saw him perform. Bass was so taken with Sy's talent and potential that she arranged for him to come to New York and audition for the prestigious School of American Ballet.

What unfolds in Dancing Across Borders is a tentative negotiation between Sy and the world of American ballet and culture - from the serene countryside of Southeast Asia to the high-powered rehearsal studios of New York, and finally to the stage of Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle. The film follows Sy's unusual development as a dancer and offers an astonishing, behind-the-scenes look into the world of American ballet.

At its heart, Dancing Across Borders is an extraordinary story of growth, adaptation, and belonging - and a window into the development of talent at the highest level and the mastery of an art form.

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Running Time
98
Genre
Documentary
MPAA Rating
NR
Directed By
Anne H. Bass
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