Children of Theatre Street film Product Information
|Category||Classical DVDs, Music Video Movies, Documentary Videos, Performing Arts, Classical Music, Oldies, Dance, 1970s, Ballet, Dancers, Russia|
|Director||Robert Dornhelm, Earle Mack|
Children of Theatre Street movie was released Apr 13, 2004 by the Kultur Films Inc. studio. This Oscar-nominated documentary, narrated by the legendary Princess Grace of Monaco, tells the story of Russia's famous ballet academy, the Kirov School, that produced some of the greatest dancers in the history of ballet, such as Nijinsky, Pavlova, Nureyev, Baryshnikov, and Makarova.
Children of Theatre Street review Product Description
This documentary provides a fascinating look at one of the world's greatest schools of dance, the Kirov School in Leningrad, where renowned dancers such as Nijinsky, Karsavina, Anna Pavlova, Nureyev, Baryshnikov and Makarova have studied Children of Theatre Street video. ...See Full Description
Children of Theatre Street movie Customer Reviews
||Histotically interesting, but...|
Children of Theatre Street review I found this film historically very interesting and accurate, but I could see how many things there were specially staged for filming and looked rather stiff and artificial.
By Margarita (Levanger, Norway)
||The Children of Theatre Street|
Children of Theatre Street DVD for sale This is an enchanting documentary that gives a glimpse into the lives of young ballet dancers in St Petersburg, Russia during the Communist era.
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Children of Theatre Street video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6675241|
|Studio||Kultur Films Inc.|
|Release Date||Apr 13, 2004|
Children of Theatre Street DVD Features
This Oscar-nominated documentary, narrated by the legendary Princess Grace of Monaco, tells the story of Russia's famous ballet academy, the Kirov School, that produced some of the greatest dancers in the history of ballet, such as Nijinsky, Pavlova, Nureyev.
Source: Kultur Films Inc.
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