Showtime: Saturday Dec 5th, 1:30 PM at the Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe

Total Running time for Dancing Around the World is 92 minutes.

Pride, Pole, and Prejudice Director Rebecca Graham, 10 minutes

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about pole dancing but were afraid to ask. Pride, Pole and Prejudice examines the new trend that is transforming gyms and dance schools throughout the UK.


Indigo Grey: The Passage Director Sean Robinson, 6 minutes

A young boy’s discovery of a mysterious gas mask provides a glimpse into an alternate reality. Featuring America’s Got Talent’s “Hammerstep,”


Wait for Your Love Director Sebastian Mlynarski, 3 minutes

Wait for Your Love is the new single from Bay Uno’s new album “Catalina.”


Back to the Roaring Twenties Director Meng Guo, 3 minutes

A depressive writer who enters the door to his bathroom and goes back to the golden times of his heart — a party of the Roaring Twenties.


Duet Director Katsuyuki Miyabe, 7 minutes

A man wanders through the streets of Tokyo searching for a woman: a woman he cannot see, though she is always there.


Sabre Dance Director Ilya Rozhkov, 15 minutes

After his concert tour in Spain, perfectionist composer Aram Khachaturian anticipates a meeting with absurdest painter Salvador Dali, played by Greg Louganis.


Intrinsic Moral Evil DirectorHarm Weistra, 10 minutes

Intrinsic Moral Evil at first sight seems to be a tale of identity and growing up. But above all, the three dancers play a game with the viewer’s perception and expectations.


Last Dance Director Stephen Whittenburg, 9 minutes

A teenager overcomes both physical and mental challenges to perform one last dance for the judges.


Fancy Dancer Director J.R. Matthews, 14 minutes

A contemporary love story that follows the life of Kevin Williams, a young Native American raised by white parents, who embarks on a journey fueled by a budding romance. With a need and desire to connect to his Indian heritage, he discovers his culture through the medium of traditional dance.


Suspendu Director Elie Grappe, 15 minutes

At dawn, in a great classical dance conservatory, a boy falls while rehearsing and injures his foot. Faced with exams, the boy tries to face his dance partner and classmates, convincing himself his body has no limits.



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