Dance With Me, first feature by award-winning director Sasha C. Damjanovski, is screening in the DRAMA category of Portobello Film Festival, in London.
This is a British indie feature, an intense relationship drama, featuring amazing dance sequences – a cross of contemporary dance with tango.
Starring: Johanne Murdock, Adam Napier and Jane Stanton and dancers Ismael Ludman and Guggi Zuzakova.
Duration 82 min
teaser and all info available at: www.dancewithmethemovie.co.uk
Alice and Neil should be having the perfect holiday in their summer house in the country, she working with her dancers in the conservatory and he sipping on his tea by the lake, watching the amazing sky. Except it’s not really a holiday, Neil is on a year’s leave from work, pending further tests in his mysterious condition, and Alice, well she has her own problems.
There is no doubt of their love for one another, yet, why are things so difficult? Will Alice and Neil simply learn to live with their situation? Is her work helping or making things worse? And is Neil’s ‘plan’ really the solution?
Date: 19th September.
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Time: The programme starts at 4pm, with three short films screening (each 15 minutes long) before the feature.
Venue: Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, W10 5JJ
Transport: nearest tubes are Westbourne Park and Ladbroke Grove. buses 31, 28, 52, 23
I am lucky to have already seen this film, and if you hadn’t seen it already, now you have another chance.
My friend Sasha is a lovely Tango dancer. What most people don’t know is that he is also a very talented photographer and film-maker. I am very happy to help him plug his film.
I adored the music, the photography and dance sequences. This is not a tango film or a film about tango. It is an interesting film about relationships that was created by a man who loves Argentine Tango and which has performances by people who dance and teach Argentine Tango.
Just goes to show what an interesting and talented lot Tango dancers are.