• At 70, ‘The Red Shoes' Remains One of the Best Films Ever Made About Creating Art

    16 days ago - By Slash Film

    The world of ballet has served as a flashpoint for a handful of filmmakers over the 21st century, decades after the art form was more dominant in popular culture. In the last couple decades, ballet has served as the foundation for some of the great independent filmmakers, from Robert Altman with his 2003 drama The Company to Darren Aronofsky with his horror-tinged Black Swan in 2010 and Luca Guadagnino with the upcoming remake of Dario Argento's iconic '70s tale of terror, Suspiria.
    But the best of the ballet films transcends its specific craft, and has become massively influential not...
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