Family Flicks Film Series: First Position
Recommended for ages 9+*
This stereotype-defying documentary follows six gifted young dancers as they train for an elite competition that could open the door to renowned dance companies. In this colorful testament to the tenacious pursuit of a dream, the dancers face grueling schedules, injuries, and hardships with strength and grace as they compete for a place in the professional ballet world. (2012, dir. B. Kargman, 35mm, color, in English, French, Spanish, and Hebrew with English subtitles, 90 min.)
*All ages are welcome. Feel free to take a break with infants and toddlers in the theater lobby.
Family flicks film series
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