Honey Daniels holds down jobs as a bartender, a record store clerk and a dance teacher at a community center run by her mother in New York. Honey's dream is to make it as a renowned choreographer.
17-year-old Maria Bennett (Kat Graham) returns from prison to rebuild her life with nothing but a talent for street dance and a burning ambition to prove herself. She finds refuge in the place that made her feel most alive as a kid at the rec center where Honey's exuberant classes first ignited her passion for dance. Keeping on the straight and narrow means living with Honey's mother Connie (Lonette McKee) and holding down a job just to make ends meet. She joins the HD crew to give pay back to her old crew (the 718 Crew) and ex-boyfriend Luis (Christopher Martinez) after realizing the bad influence they had on her. She convinces them to audition to compete on the television dance competition "Dance Battlezone" which means going up against the 718. Maria finds passion, romance, and hard work in the HD crew while realizing why she started dancing in the first place.
At a prestigious South African school, American dance student Melea Martin (Cassie Ventura) plans a thesis presentation based on a modern-day hip-hop adaptation of ''Romeo and Juliet'' with her boyfriend Erik Wildwood (Kenny Wormald) to honor her late mother's memory. However, Melea's dreams are dashed when she's unable to pay tuition and is forced to leave. Determined to fulfill her destiny, she decides to rent a failing theater and persuade the community to support her artistic and unique vision, including childhood friend Nadine (Dena Kaplan) and classmate Laser (Bobby Lockwood). She meets a rival during a club dance battle, Ishani Magona (Sibongile Mlambo), who is reeling from the loss of her brother and has a hardened exterior. However, when Malea asks her to choreograph the production together, the two form an unlikely partnership. When adrenaline-filled rehearsals cause dance crew rivals and egos to get in the way, everything falls apart much like William Shakespeare's Characters in Romeo and Juliet. Amid romantic love triangles and personal conflicts, Melea dares to dream and risks it all to put on a performance the Cape Town community won't forget.
Honey Daniels holds down jobs as a bartender, a record store clerk and a dance teacher at a community center run by her mother in New York. Honey's dream is to make it as a renowned choreographer.
Brothers Mac and Skinny Carter and their best friend Tyler Gage attend a party where they have a fight with their nemesis, PJ. Following the party, the trio break into the Maryland School of Arts and trash the school's theatre, damaging many of the props. When a security guard appears, Tyler helps the two escape, accepting full blame for the vandalism himself. He is sentenced to 200 hours of community service, which is to be served at the school. While working, he peers in on a dance class and meets Nora Clark, a student preparing for her "senior showcase", an audition performance which could determine whether or not she is offered a job by any one of the professional dance companies who are attending the performance. When Mac and Skinny pay Tyler a visit on the school's lot, Nora watches curiously from a window as Tyler dances with his friends, mockingly incorporating a mashup of break-dance and the ballet moves he has recently observed. When Nora's dance partner, Andrew, sprains an ankle, Nora finds herself unexpectedly without a partner for her routine. Auditioning some sophomore students to replace him, she decides that none meet her expectations. Tyler offers to help, but Nora refuses. However, after Tyler demonstrates that he can handle the routine, Nora reconsiders and convinces Director Gordon to allow Tyler to rehearse with her. During their initial practice session, Tyler is antagonistic towards Nora as well as her boyfriend, Brett, both of whom respond with haughty attitudes. As they continue to rehearse, Tyler and Nora grow closer, each teaching the other about their respective styles of dance. Tyler also befriends a musician at the school named Miles Darby, who has a crush on Nora's friend, Lucy Avila.
In Baltimore, Maryland, Andrea "Andie" West (Briana Evigan) pursues her dream of becoming a street dancer. After her mother died from cancer, Andie moved in with her mother's best friend, Sarah (Sonja Sohn). Deep down Andie feels like she does not belong anywhere. Although she is doing poorly at school, it is her dream for dancing that brings something special into her life. She trains with her dance crew, 410 to keep the title of the illegal competition, "The Streets". Sarah is aware of the crime and harassment by 410 and out of fear that Andie will get hurt, she decides to send her to live with her aunt in Texas in an effort to protect Andie, but Andie refuses to go and runs away.
A tight-knit group of New York City street dancers find themselves pitted against the world's best hip hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown.
Emily arrives in Miami with aspirations to become a professional dancer. She sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's father's development plans.
Sean Asa and his crew, The Mob, are relocated from Miami, Florida to Los Angeles, are now trying to make a living from dancing, but are turned down at every audition. After being refused at another audition, the Mob visit a club where they are noticed and challenged to a dance battle by another crew, the Grim Knights. The Grim Knights win the battle and the Mob decides to pack up and leave Los Angeles and return to Miami, mostly because of financial difficulties, but also thinking there is nothing left for them and that they are not prepared for Los Angeles.
Suburban girl Megan White (Shoshana Bush) gets into a series of misadventures when she moves to the inner-city and pursues dance. A nerdy street boy named Thomas Uncles (Damon Wayans Jr.) is passionate about street dancing, but he is stuck working for a hungry obese gang lord (David Alan Grier) who only loves food. Megan later befriends Thomas' ghetto sister Charity (Essence Atkins) who has a baby but also poor parenting skills. Charity has her own issues dealing with her dimwitted "baby daddy" (Shawn Wayans) who also is a bad parent. Once Megan and Thomas spend more time together, they become dance partners and begin to fall in love and start dating.
Joseph, danseur passionné de hip-hop, refuse d’entrer dans l’entreprise de son père pour tenter sa chance à Paris. Avec sa copine Emma et son meilleur ami Karim, il intègre le crew parisien de Youri, un célèbre breaker, pour tenter de gagner un concours international de hip-hop. Mais le jour des sélections, rien ne se passe comme prévu : Joseph est trahi par Emma et Youri, le groupe explose. Recueilli par Rémi, un ancien danseur étoile devenu professeur, Joseph découvre le milieu de la danse classique et rencontre la brillante Chloé, en pleine préparation du concours d'entrée au New York City Ballet. À travers cette rencontre, orchestrant l’alliance inattendue entre le hip-hop et la danse classique, Joseph va apprendre à se sentir légitime en tant que danseur et leader, et ainsi devenir artiste.
Sara Johnson, a promising dancer in high school in suburban Chicago, hopes to be admitted to study at Juilliard School and invites her mother to attend the audition. She fails the audition and soon learns that her mother was involved in a fatal car accident in her haste to get to the audition.
The film continues the story of Sara Johnson (originally played by Julia Stiles and now portrayed by Izabella Miko). She recalls how she was born to be a dancer. Her mother would often comment that she knew how to pirouette before she could properly walk. From her earliest memories Sara always wanted to be a ballerina, a graceful dancer who could glide across the stage. It seemed that there was something that caused conflict in Sara's ambition. She also loves the urban dance form of hip-hop. While ballet is highly structured, full of rules and standards, hip-hop gives Sara a chance to let go and follow the beat. Sara wants the best of both worlds but the conflict between structure and independence affects her performance in both genres.
Fifteen-year-old Tara Webster has grown up on a farm in country Australia and has dreamt of being a dancer ever since she was a little girl. Her life takes a turn when she makes it into the National Academy of Dance - the best ballet school in the country. What Tara doesn’t realise is how far behind she is in her training, and that there’s a whole lot more to surviving the Academy than just dancing. The ballet world is full of tough competition, and Tara must work hard to maintain her position in the academy, whilst dealing with the distraction of friends, classmates and especially boys.
''Dance Academy'' is narrated mainly from the perspective of Tara Webster (Xenia Goodwin), a newly accepted first year student at the National Academy of Dance in Sydney, which also doubles as a Year 10-12 high school for the dancers. Throughout the series, she learns to better her ballet technique, as well as learn contemporary ballet and hip-hop dance; while creating lifelong friendships and experiencing many hardships. In the first series, Tara soon befriends fellow students Kat (Alicia Banit) and Ethan Karamakov (Tim Pocock), Sammy Lieberman (Thom Green), Abigail Armstrong (Dena Kaplan) and Christian Reed (Jordan Rodrigues), as well as eventually getting to know her teacher Ms. Raine (Tara Morice).<ref name="tvt20100517" /><ref name="tvt20090713" />
Elise, 26 ans est une grande danseuse classique. Elle se blesse pendant un spectacle et apprend qu’elle ne pourra plus danser. Dès lors sa vie va être bouleversée, Elise va devoir apprendre à se réparer… Entre Paris et la Bretagne, au gré des rencontres et des expériences, des déceptions et des espoirs, Elise va se rapprocher d’une compagnie de danse contemporaine. Cette nouvelle façon de danser va lui permettre de retrouver un nouvel élan et aussi une nouvelle façon de vivre.
Elgin and David lead a promising dance crew in Los Angeles, California who participate in street dancing battles at a warehouse owned by a local club owner, Mr. Rad. The film opens up with their crew battling another crew led by Vick. Their crew defeats Vick's crew.
To beat the world's best dance crew at a dance-off in Paris, France, streetdancer Ash (Falk Hentschel) and new friend and manager, Eddie (George Sampson), gather the greatest streetdancers from around Europe, whilst hoping to add a Latin dance element courtesy of salsa dancer Eva (Sofia Boutella). After a rough start, the group all agree to incorporate this element and have fun adding Latin to street dance; whilst doing this, Ash and Eva grow closer. Two days before the big dance-off, Ash rejects Eva on the dance floor and refers to their fusion dance as a "Little Latin Experiment" when they're up against "The Surge" (Flawless) in a friendly dance-off. The police come and break up the dance-off and Eva runs away. Ash chases her but she doesn't want to know. The next day Ash goes to apologise to Eva but meets her Uncle ((Tom Conti)) who tells Ash to leave. Ash comes back to explain when he finds Eva's Uncle on the floor. He is rushed to the hospital where Eva meets him and Ash. When Eva's Uncle wakes up, he tells Ash that he should go to the dance-off. Ash and his crew leave for the dance-off and are frustrated to find the gates locked. Ash gets them in wearing popcorn sellers' clothes. They battle Invincible until the last dance where they need Eva. She appears and does the dance as planned. Ash and his crew finish, and are estatic to find they have won. Invincible's leader then hands the trophy to Ash. As everyone celebrates, Ash and Eva share a kiss.
In inner city London,a street dance crew is on the verge of breaking up after its leader, Jay, leaves the group unexpectedly. The group loses the use of their rehearsal space, forcing them to try to raise money or practice in other locations. Eventually they secure a space in a ballet school, on the condition that they include five ballet dancers in their routine. At first, they struggle to get along, but they all become friends in the end.
When their youth centre is threatened with closure, six children decide to come together and put on a dance show. Each has their own reason for performing aside from saving the youth centre. Jaden (Akai Osei-Mansfield) loves to dance but is forbidden to do so by his scholastically motivated parents. Ethan (Theo Stevenson) hopes to impress the girl of his dreams. Amy (Fleur Houdijk) holds a secret crush on Ethan and hopes to use this as an outlet for the emotions she has from taking care of her father, who is suffering from depression. They're helped along by Brian (Gamal Toseafa), Tim (Dominic Herman-Day), and Rebecca (Amelia Clarkson), and they all hope to manage to save the centre and make their hopes come true.
On New Year's Eve, high school juniors Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens) meet at a party while both teens are at a ski lodge during winter break. At the party, the two are called upon to sing karaoke together ("Start of Something New"). They find that they have a connection and decide to exchange numbers before going their separate ways.
School's out for summer and the East High Wildcats are ready to make it the time of their lives after landing jobs in a wealthy country club owned by Sharpay and Ryan's family.
As seniors in high school, Troy and Gabriella struggle with the idea of being separated from one another as college approaches. Along with the rest of the Wildcats, they stage a spring musical to address their experiences, hopes and fears about their future.
The film begins with a close-up of the inscription above the stage in the ballroom of the Blackpool Tower: "Bid me discourse, I will enchant thine ear", from the poem ''Venus and Adonis (Shakespeare poem)'' by William Shakespeare. As the camera pans around the ballroom giving a view of the dancers, a voice-over explains that in Japan, ballroom dancing is treated with suspicion.
John Clark is a lawyer with a charming wife, Beverly, and a loving family, who nevertheless feels that ennui as he makes his way every day through the city. Each evening on his commute home through Chicago, John sees a beautiful woman staring with a lost expression through the window of a dance studio. Haunted by her gaze, John impulsively jumps off the train one night, and signs up for ballroom dancing lessons, hoping to meet her.
Dancer Ruby, starting at Manhattan Conservatory of the Arts, meets English violinist Johnnie, playing in a subway station. Music and dance follows.
In the summer of 1963, 17-year-old Frances "Baby" Houseman is vacationing with her affluent family at a summer retreat, where she falls in love with the intriguing and dynamic staff that work there as entertainers.
In 1958, Katey Miller (Romola Garai), her parents (Sela Ward and John Slattery), and her younger sister Susie (Mika Boorem) arrive in Cuba during the Cuban revolution. A self-described bookworm, Katey is not very happy about having to move to a different country during her senior year of high school, as she had been planning to attend Radcliffe College, although the rest of her family seem extremely pleased to be in Cuba.
The opening scene takes place in New York City 1975, with a grown-up Frances (Abigail Breslin) saying how she never forgot her relationship with Johnny (Colt Prattes). In late summer 1963, affluent, college-bound Frances visits Kellerman’s resort with her family and falls in love with working class dance instructor Johnny Castle. The film closely follows Dirty Dancing#Plot; although there are notable changes:
Rafael Infante comes to Houston from Cuba to work at John Burnett's dance studio. He meets Ruby Sinclair, a cute dance instructor there. Chemistry? Will John know he's Rafael's dad?
In Washington (state) in 1964, Selma Ježková, a Czechoslovakia immigrant has moved to the United States with her son, Gene Ježek. They live a life of poverty as Selma works at a factory with her good friend Kathy, whom she nicknames Cvalda. She rents a trailer home on the property of town policeman Bill Houston and his wife Linda. She is also pursued by the shy but persistent Jeff, who also works at the factory.
Merab has been training from a young age at the National Georgian Ensemble with his dance partner Mary. His world turns upside down when the carefree Irakli arrives and becomes both his strongest rival and desire
P.T. Barnum – creator of the Barnum & Bailey Circus – is a brash dreamer whose ambition and imagination help him rise from nothing to prove that anything you can envision is possible and that everyone has a stupendous story worthy of a world-class spectacle.
In Brooklyn, Angel is a B-boying who lives with her mother Gabby. Her abusive boyfriend Hector won't accept that she wants to break up. One night Angel and her best friend Rosie trade hats and jackets and Hector fatally stabs Rosie thinking she is Angel. When he realizes his mistake he stabs Angel too. After many weeks of recovery, Angel wants to breakdance again but is having difficulty. Gabby moves with Angel to Los Angeles to live with Angel's grandmother, where she believes Angel will be safe. Angel gets a night job at a car rental company and goes to college during the day. She also joins a group of breakdancers who need a sixth member to compete.
With her Harvard Law dreams on the line, a Black sorority leader agrees to help a rhythmically challenged sisterhood win a step dance championship.
After a surprising breakup at home in Chicago, Amy decides that a change of scenery will do her well and impulsively decides to spend the holidays with her brother in Vienna. After taking ballroom dancing lessons with her dashing European dance partner, Lukas, Amy scores an invitation to dance competitively in the city’s biggest holiday ball, and also another shot at love.
In a short musical film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, Thom Yorke of Radiohead scores and stars in a mind-bending visual piece. Best played loud.
Hope is tasked with teaching Manhattan's former "Most Eligible Bachelor" how to dance for his extravagant, society wedding. But as the dance lessons progress, complications ensue when feelings begin to develop between student and instructor.
Mike (Channing Tatum) has big plans for a business of his own but pays his bills through a series of odd jobs, most notably performing as the star stripper at Xquisite Strip Club in Tampa, a club owned by Dallas (Matthew McConaughey), who has dreams of creating an "empire" of strip clubs.
Three years after Mike bowed out of the stripper life at the top of his game, he and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance.
Mike Lane takes to the stage again after a lengthy hiatus, following a business deal that went bust, leaving him broke and taking bartender gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurrah, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse… and an agenda all her own. With everything on the line, once Mike discovers what she truly has in mind, will he—and the roster of hot new dancers he’ll have to whip into shape—be able to pull it off?
The film takes place in 2070, when the world plunges into ruins as a result of nuclear war. The ability of people to survive depends on the energy emitted by the participants in the brutal dance tournament. But this system becomes endangered when one of the applicants falls in love with one of the contestants and decides to save her life.
Coming of age tale told through the eyes of 'Tu', an ambitious young man from Auckland who dreams of being a professional hip-hop dancer. His unwillingness to adhere to a university education or that of a productive member of society coupled with his lack of ambition for a cognitive challenge has his father give him the ultimatum of a conclusive answer or Army-enlisting.
On the verge of proposing to his boss's daughter, a man falls for his dance instructor.
Josh is a musically-talented DJ who, after an accidental overdose, goes to live with his estranged father in North Dakota. His journey to make amends with his family, past friends and hometown opens him up to emotional encounters that reveal more than he was expecting.
In the 1880s, Félicie (Elle Fanning), a poor orphan girl who dreams of becoming a ballerina, but lacks formal training, runs away from her orphanage in rural Brittany (France) with her best friend, Victor (Dane DeHaan), a young inventor. Together they go to beautiful Paris, but they soon become separated, and Victor becomes an office boy in Gustave Eiffel's workshop. Félicie finds her way to the Paris Opera, where the guard catches her trespassing. She is rescued by a mysterious cleaner with a limp, Odette (Carly Rae Jepsen), who agrees to let Félicie stay with her until she gets on her feet. Odette works for both the Opera and for the cruel and imperious Régine Le Haut (Julie Khaner), a wealthy restaurant owner. While helping Odette clean, Félicie spies Regine's daughter, Camille (Maddie Ziegler), practicing ballet. Camille sees Félicie, insults her, and throws Félicie's treasured music box out of the window, breaking it. As Félicie takes it to Victor for repair, she intercepts the postman who brings a letter from the Opera admitting Camille to the celebrated school of the Paris Opera Ballet; in her anger, she hides the letter and decides to assume Camille's identity to get into the school and pursue her dream, while also getting back at Camille.
The frame story is of Barbie's younger sister, Kelly, having trouble performing a ballet move and her fears of going onstage. Barbie tells her the story of ''The Nutcracker'' to cheer her up.
The story is being told by Barbie to her sister, Kelly, who is feeling uneasy about being at camp overnight for the first time. She remembers the story while looking at constellations, being started on after finding Cygnus (constellation).
Barbie stars as Genevieve, one of twelve princesses who live in a castle with their widowed father, King Randolph. The princesses have adventurous and free-spirited natures that are viewed as "unladylike" and "non-proper" by other members of the royal society. This leads King Randolph to summon his cousin, Duchess Rowena, to the castle to help raise the princesses. Unbeknownst to King Randolph, Rowena plans to poison him and get rid of his daughters so that she can become queen. Attempting to break the princesses' spirits, Rowena makes their lives miserable by stripping the castle of everything they love, making them wear grey dresses and banishing singing and dancing.
A young girl finds a pear of pink ballet shoes and is taken to a magical ballet land. There, she learns how to help her friends and follow her instincts.
The film opens with a news broadcast about a teenager named Jason Jackson (Bobb'e J. Thompson) being shot outside of the Monte Vista High School dance lock-in. Jason tells the story from the beginning, starting with him trying to get into the most popular dance clique in school, The Ranger$ (Langston Higgins, Julian Goins, and Dashawn Blanks). They say he has to pass the initiation of getting a pair of panties from one of the Sweet Gyrls by midnight. Jason then decides that he is going to attempt to get a pair of panties from his longtime crush Anastacia (Kristinia DeBarge during the school's lock-in.
Sameer Behl (Shahid Kapoor) comes to Mumbai with Bollywood dreams, struggles through the day as a courier boy, and keeps failing in auditions for advertisements. More stereotypes are stuffed in as he refuses to take help from his dad in Delhi, is thrown out from his rented flat by the landlord, and comes away with his calculative companion. One day, a movie director named Rajeev Sharma (Mohnish Behl) sees Sameer dancing and calls him to his office. Soon, Sameer is signed as the male lead in his film, and his friend Tina (Genelia D'Souza) is selected as the choreographer on the same project. Homeless, Sameer sleeps in his car and works as a dance teacher in a school. Subsequently, Sameer loses his film and is disillusioned. Tina finds this out and asks him how he can spend his life like this. After some time, Tina tells him that she also quit the film and did not want to be the choreographer for that film because she saw him upset. Sameer realises the love Tina had for him. Tina encourages him to participate in a television talent-hunt show, the winner of which will win the same role that Sameer was to play. After some time, he agrees to participate in it. After filling up the contest form, he also says "I love you" to Tina. In his screen-test, Sameer dedicates his monologue to his mother. After his monologue, during the interview, he comes to know that his father's shop in Delhi has been demolished. He promises Tina that he will come back for her and leaves to meet his father, heart-broken about the whole thing. After watching Sameer's performance on TV, his father convinces him to go back to Mumbai and participate in the show.
In an effort to reclaim their bodies and lives, a group of women explore the intersections of movement and meaning in a powerful pole dancing program.
Chip, a young dancer who recently arrived in New York City, starts to train and practice with three other dancers and the ballet master; the dancing room where they practice is in SoHo. While patiently rehearsing each figure of the five dances making up the ballet, Chip has to choose between going back to his family home in the Midwest and starting his own career and personal life.
A group of students are preparing for a school dance. Rock arrives with a damaged ticket and is denied entry by Mr. Temple and Principal James. After leaving, Rock is provoked by a group of thugs to vandalize the Principal's car. When Pierre Dulaine comes on the scene, they all run off.
Loïe Fuller est née dans le grand ouest américain. Rien ne destine cette fille de ferme à devenir la gloire des cabarets parisiens de la Belle Epoque et encore moins à danser à l’Opéra de Paris. Cachée sous des mètres de soie, les bras prolongés de longues baguettes en bois, Loïe réinvente son corps sur scène et émerveille chaque soir un peu plus. Même si les efforts physiques doivent lui briser le dos, même si la puissance des éclairages doit lui brûler les yeux, elle ne cessera de perfectionner sa danse. Mais sa rencontre avec Isadora Duncan, jeune prodige avide de gloire, va précipiter la chute de cette icône du début du 20ème siècle.
Russie, dans les années 90. Portée depuis l'enfance par la rigueur et l'exigence du professeur Bojinski, Polina est une danseuse classique prometteuse. Alors qu'elle s'apprête à intégrer le prestigieux ballet du Bolchoï, elle assiste à un spectacle de danse contemporaine qui la bouleverse profondément. C'est un choc artistique qui fait vaciller tout ce en quoi elle croyait. Elle décide de tout quitter et rejoint Aix-en-Provence pour travailler avec la talentueuse chorégraphe Liria Elsaj et tenter de trouver sa propre voie.
Sandra découvre, après 30 ans de mariage, que Paul la trompe avec sa meilleure amie. Elle le quitte sur le champ et n’a d’autre choix que de retourner dans la maison de son enfance, où vit toujours sa sœur Danie. La cohabitation sera mouvementée car tout les oppose. Tout, excepté leur passion commune pour la danse. La danse, c’est également l’occasion de retrouver Roberto, Lucien et une nouvelle manière de se projeter vers l’avenir. Et si ce saut en avant était précisément ce dont Sandra et Danie avaient besoin ?
A struggling ballet dancer who has been told that she has "bad feet" attempts to make it big alongside her friends at the American Ballet Academy, but can hard work and determination win her a spot at the top?
To solve its financial problems, the American Ballet Company (ABC), headed by Jonathan Reeves (Peter Gallagher), seeks to expand its repertoire from ballet to add the more popular contemporary dance. Tommy (Kenny Wormald), Charlie (Sascha Radetsky) and Cooper (Ethan Stiefel) start a competitive camp to recruit new dancers for ABC.
A young successful man, Sean Lewis finds himself with the task of turning a group of misfit kids into a team so they can compete in the underground dance competition circuit. With no dance ability, he hires a dance instructor to help him out, while also trying to juggle this responsibility with his work. He then found himself falling for Sara, who runs the community center for the kids.
Nina is a ballerina whose passion for the dance rules every facet of her life. When the company's artistic director decides to replace his prima ballerina for their opening production of "Swan Lake," Nina is his first choice. She has competition in newcomer Lily however. While Nina is perfect for the role of the White Swan, Lily personifies the Black Swan. As rivalry between the two dancers transforms into a twisted friendship, Nina's dark side begins to emerge.
A la suite d’un grave accident, Lucie craint de voir se briser le rêve de sa vie : devenir danseuse. Elle quitte les beaux quartiers et part en banlieue à la recherche du père qu’elle n’a jamais connu. La jeune femme y croise Vincent, un ex-danseur qui a étrangement sacrifié sa passion. Poussé par Malik, son complice de toujours, il accepte de la coacher et lui fait découvrir un nouveau style de danse, le break. Issus de deux mondes différents, Lucie et Vincent vont s’engager dans un duo passionné de danse et de sentiments.
Endetté jusqu'au cou dans une affaire de water bed, Didier Travolta, 40 ans, vit au Havre dans le quartier populaire du Grand Large chez sa maman, Madame Graindorge. Il reçoit une lettre de la mère de son fils Brian, 8 ans, qui vit en Angleterre, lui signifiant qu'il ne pourra pas recevoir le petit cette année s'il n'est pas capable de lui payer des vacances, des vraies vacances, c'est-à-dire loin des docks, des PMU et des grandes surfaces. Jean-François Jackson et son associée "La Baronne" viennent de rouvrir le mythique Gin Fizz et de fonder la "Gin Fizz Academy" afin de relancer ce qui fit sa légende, les concours de danse disco. Le premier prix : un voyage de deux semaines pour deux personnes en Australie, au pays des kangourous. Didier Travolta décide alors de rechausser les boots et de reformer son trio de danse, celui qui faisait mal dans les années 80 dans la région du Havre : les Bee Kings.
A Pittsburgh woman with two jobs as a welder and an exotic dancer wants to get into ballet school.
Ren McCormack, a teenager raised in Chicago, moves with his mother to the small town of Bomont, Utah to live with his aunt and uncle. Soon after arriving, Ren befriends Willard Hewitt, and from him learns the city council has banned dancing and rock music. He soon begins to fall for a rebellious teenage girl named Ariel, who has an abusive boyfriend, Chuck Cranston, and a strict father, Shaw Moore, who is a reverend of the local church.
After a long night of partying, an intoxicated Bobby Moore and his friends are killed when their car collides head-on with a truck on a bridge on their way home to the town of Bomont, Georgia. This prompts his father Shaw Moore, the Reverend of the town's church to persuade the city council to pass several draconian laws, including a ban on all unsupervised dancing within the city limits (based, in part, on New York City Cabaret Law).
A student must decide between following her dream to become a dancer, or to follow the wishes of her family.
In the summer of 1958, Greaser (subculture) Danny Zuko and sweet Australian girl Sandy Olsson meet at the beach and fall in love. When the summer comes to an end, Sandy, whose family is returning to Australia, worries that they might never meet again, but Danny tells her that their love is "only the beginning." At the beginning of the new school year at Rydell High School ("Grease"), Danny reunites with his fellow gang members, the T-Birds, of whom his best friend Kenickie, along with Doody, Sonny, and Putzie are members. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Danny, Sandy arrives at school, with her family's plans having changed, with her new friend Frenchy, a member of the Pink Ladies. Other Pink Ladies Rizzo, Marty, and Jan also arrive, excited to be seniors, as does Patty Simcox, a high-achieving cheerleader.
Every emperor penguin sings a unique song called a "heartsong" to attract a Mating. If the male penguin's heartsong matches the female's song, the two penguins mate. Norma Jean, a female penguin, falls for Memphis, a male penguin and they become mates. They lay an egg, which is left in Memphis' care, while Norma Jean leaves with the other females to fish. While the males struggle through the harsh winter, Memphis briefly drops the egg. As a result, their son, Mumble, is unable to sing, but he can tap dance instead. Nevertheless, he is enamored with Gloria, a female penguin who is regarded as the most talented of her age. One day, Mumble encounters a group of hostile skua, with a leader who is tagged with a bird ringing, which he says is from an alien abduction. Mumble narrowly escapes the hungry birds by falling into a crevice.
Mumble the penguin has a problem: his son Erik, who is reluctant to dance, encounters The Mighty Sven, a penguin who can fly! Things get worse for Mumble when the world is shaken by powerful forces, causing him to brings together the penguin nations and their allies to set things right.
In 1984, Billy Elliot, an 11-year-old from the fictional Everington in County Durham, England, loves to dance and has hopes of becoming a professional ballet dancer. Billy lives with his widowed father, Jackie, and older brother, Tony, both coal miners out on UK miners' strike (1984–85) (the latter being the union bully), and also his maternal grandmother, who has Alzheimer's disease and once aspired to be a professional dancer.
Unable to afford the tuition needed to fund her private school education, Rayanna or Raya (Rutina Wesley) returns to her family home in the city while reluctantly re-evaluating her future. Upon learning that the top prize for an upcoming step-dancing competition is $50,000, Raya uses her impressive moves to earn a coveted slot in her good friend Bishop's (Dwain Murphy) predominantly male JSJ crew. Isolated from the local women due to jealousy and separated from her fellow dancers by her sex, the ambitious dancer is subsequently kicked off the team for showing off during a preliminary competition. Now, if Raya has any hope of realizing her medical school dreams, she will have to either earn back Bishop's trust or organize her own dance crew and start over from scratch. In the end, she eventually learns "how she move".
The movie opens in Glenwood, Indiana, where Lauryn Kirk (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) narrates the first few parts. There are no dance schools in Glenwood and Lauryn says goodbye to her brother, Joel (John Reardon) before departing for Chicago to audition for a famous dance school, the fictional Chicago School of Music and Dance. Although Joel, who works as a mechanic in the family garage, is wary of Lauryn's decision to enroll, he eventually gives her his blessing. When Lauryn enters the stage, however, her dance (mostly a hip hop routine) was halted by the judge, who hostilely rejects her, saying that they need to see something more "sensual and feminine".
In New York, a pair of talented, star-crossed dancers find themselves at the center of a bitter rivalry between their brothers' underground dance clubs.
On the Greek isle of Kalokairi, a single mom goes into a tizzy when her bride-to-be daughter invites three of Mom's ex-lovers to the wedding.
Sophie Sheridan is preparing for the grand reopening of her mother Donna's hotel, following Donna's death a year earlier ("Thank You for the Music"). She is upset because two of her fathers, Harry and Bill, are unable to make it to the reopening and she is having trouble in her relationship with Sky, who is in New York City, over her memorializing her mother's life ("One of Us").
A woman moves to a retirement community and starts a cheerleading squad with her fellow residents, Sheryl, Olive, and Alice, proving that it’s never too late to follow your dreams.
A 19-year-old Italian American named Anthony "Tony" Manero from Brooklyn, longs to escape his mundane life and escapes to the late '70s New York disco scene, where he hopes to make it big in dancing.
Anthony "Tony" Manero, a former disco king, acts on his brother's advice and his own dreams of dancing professionally. He is now living in a Manhattan flophouse (dosshouse), working as a dance instructor and waiter at a nightclub, searching for a big break in the modern dance productions on Broadway theater. The break from his Brooklyn life, family, and friends seem to have somewhat matured Tony and refined his personality, including his diminished New York City English, an avoidance of alcohol, and less use of profanity. Other attitudes remain unchanged, such as his disregard for his girlfriend, the forgiving Jackie, who is a dancer and rock music singer. Still acting immature, Tony maintains some of his other macho and childish double standards, such as seeing other women but being offended if he sees Jackie with other men.
After his brother's death, a troubled but gifted street dancer enrolls in Atlanta's Truth University. As he tries to concentrate on his studies and woo a pretty classmate, he finds himself in the middle of a tug-of-war between fraternities, who want to utilize his talents in an upcoming dance competition.
Chance Harris looks to find a balance between his school, work, relationships and opportunity to perform at the nationally televised step competition during homecoming weekend at Truth University.
The once-successful steel mills of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, have shut down and most of the staff have been made redundant. Former steelworkers Gary "Gaz" Schofield and Dave Horsefall have resorted to stealing scrap metal from the abandoned mills to sell. Gaz is facing trouble from his former wife Mandy and her boyfriend Barry over child support payments that he has failed to pay since losing his job. Gaz's son Nathan loves his father but wishes they could do more "normal stuff" in their time together.
When a theater troupe of hilariously self-obsessed broadway "stars" invade a small conservative Indiana town to support a teenager who wants to take her girlfriend to the prom, hilarity ensues.
Set in Iran, the story follows the ambition of Afshin Ghaffarian. During the volatile climate of the 2009 presidential election, Afshin and some friends (including Elaheh played by Freida Pinto) risk their lives and form an underground dance company. The group learned the dancing from videos of Michael Jackson, Gene Kelly and Rudolf Nureyev even though the online videos are banned. Afshin and Elaheh also learn much from each other and learned how to embrace their passion for dance and for one another.
Just a few weeks before her wedding, dance teacher Cyd Merriman comes face-to-face with the father she never knew. As they deal with the emotional repercussions of his return, they must decide together whether to sell the dance studio that has been in the family for generations to a real estate developer.
Anil (Mithun Chakraborty), a street performer and wedding singer from the Bombay slums, is scarred by the memory of the rich P.N. Oberoi (Om Shivpuri) beating his mother (Gita Siddharth) in an incident during his childhood. When David Brown, the manager (Om Puri) is fed up of Indian disco current champion's tantrums Sam (Karan Razdan) and looks for some new talent, he happens to watch Anil dance across a street. Rebranded as 'Jimmy', the rising disco star must take the throne from Sam and win the heart of Rita (Kim Yashpal), Oberoi's daughter.
Nisa (Laura Harring) is a native princess of a northern Brazilian tribe who comes to Los Angeles to stop an American corporation from destroying her rainforest home. With her is tribal shaman Joa (Sid Haig), who uses black magic to get past the company guards and see the chairman of the corporation, resulting in his arrest.
A young classically trained Russian ballet dancer lands an audition for a film with a famous director. Pressures of Russian values and tradition force a decision between career, love, and family loyalty.
A brilliant but clumsy high school senior vows to get into her late father’s alma mater by transforming herself and a misfit squad into dance champions.
Two dancers at an elite ballet academy in Paris compete for a contract to join the highly coveted Opéra national de Paris; adapted from the novel "Bright Burning Stars."
When Casey, a dancer who is discovered on YouTube, gets thrust into the modern world of internet celebrity and culture, she must find a way to balance her true identity with her online persona, or risk losing everything she cares about.