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Sirens Tango

Short Film

A series of men are lured to their destruction when they engage in a steamy tango with a seductive dance partner. With a lush musical score, Jazz Age costumes, and visually striking cinematography, this evocative short film uses the tango as a metaphor for life’s tempting interruptions. Featuring original choreography by Dani Rowe performed by principal dancers Sasha De Sola and Luke Ingham from the San Francisco Ballet.

Directed by Lisa Le Lievre

Official Selections

-Fuselage Dance Film Festival - Seattle, USA -Feedback Experimental, --Dance and Music Film Festival - Toronto, Canada -Big River Dance Festival - Huntington, WV, USA -Ojai Film Festival - CA, USA -Phoenix Dance Film Festival - AZ, USA -Versatility Dance Festival Colorado, USA -Classical Arts Film Festival - Napa, USA -[C]Screen - Spring Dancefilm Festival - Barcelona, Spain -TDP'19 International Dance Festival -Screendance Selection - Tipperary, Ireland -Paris Art and Movie Awards - Paris, France -International Fine Arts Film Festival - Santa Barbara, USA -Rethink Dance Film Festival - Fargo, ND, USA -Yucca Valley Film Festival CA, USA -Divulge Dancers Film Festival, Los Angeles, USA -Paris Play Film Festival - Paris, France -Thessaloniki Cinedance International -Thessaloniki, Greece ​ Awards- -Classical Arts Film Festival in Napa - Audience Choice Award -Phoenix Dance Film Festival - Best Director -Pairs Art and Movie Awards - Best Dance Film -International Fine Arts ---- -Film Festival Santa Barbara - Best Narrative Dance and Best Original Score

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