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Professional ballroom dancing is very big in little Denmark. Since success in this intensely competitive art depends on finding the right partner, aspiring Danish dancers often look beyond their borders to find their matches.

Filmmaker Interviews

Katrine Philp discusses the making of her first feature documentary, the POV film Dance for Me.

Additional Video

In this extra scene from Dance for Me, Egor's mother shows where Egor was born and shares what his life was like while growing up in Moscow, Russia.

Classroom Clips

With Mie's help, Egor adjusts to his new life in Denmark away from his family.

Classroom Clips

Egor and Mie prepare for the German Open, their first competition together.

  • Updated on August 21, 2014

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Film Information

Dance for Me (90 min.)

Premiere Date: July 21, 2014

Streaming Dates: Expired

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Filmmaker: Katrine Philp Bio | Interview | Statement

Press: Press Release | Season Announcement | Fact Sheet

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Katrine Philp
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Critical Acclaim

You think we're the only country that goes a little crazy for competition? Welcome to Denmark, where ballroom dance competitors import their partners.

— Robert Bianco, USA Today

Filmmaker Katrine Philp had tremendous access and captures Egor’s moodiness and Mie’s calculations. The teenagers are a duo to be reckoned with when they take the dance floor.

— Jacqueline Cutler, Zap2it

Philp brings a keen eye to this observational coming-of-age profile, perfectly balancing interpersonal drama with dance, and taking a sensitive approach.

— Basil Tsiokos, What (Not) to Doc

With sensitivity and insight Katrine Philp unravels the story in a poetic and aesthetic way.

Klassefilm

A moving story of a young dancer that has left behind everything for his dream, and together with his partner faces great expectations, cultural challenges and a constant requirement to perform.

Documentary Edge

The film is beautifully photographed and edited.

— Jack Lyons, Berkshire Fine Arts

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