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Entre ciel et terre, quand le hip hop devient art

Entre ciel et terre, quand le hip hop devient art

Eric Ellena

France | 2013 | 53 min
Available from August 13, 2021

The film visits several of France’s most top-ranked dance crews as they demonstrate – through master classes, theatre performances and competition battles – how they are revitalizing contemporary dance with the help and direction from renowned French choreographers such as Anthony Egéa and Mourad Merzouki. Whether it’s about raising their individual and artistic expression or combining unique styles such as boxing or circus-themed acts to their choreography, these professional dancers reveal how they are bringing fresh, new energy and creativity to hip hop in order to attract new audiences.
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Eric Ellena

Eric Ellena

Manager and Producer at French Connection Films, Eric Ellena is a French filmmaker. He has been a writer-director of documentaries for nearly 20 years, in fields as diverse as history, the environment, science and culture. His documentaries have been shown around the world and he has produced numerous award-winning documentaries at various festivals. He is the co-director of the documentary I remember better when I paint, a film which greatly contributed to the activities of World Alzheimer’s Day in France.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Les Maîtres des Saveurs (2018); Mysteries of the Giants (2018); Bliss (2015);
The Mystery of the Pink Dolphin (2015); When Hip Hop Becomes Art (2014); Master of Dreams (2013); In Search of Josephine (2012); Le cri d’appel des Pasteurs Peuls (2010); I Remember Better When I Paint (2009); The Last Trackers of the Outback (2007); The Healing Within (2006); A Glimpse of Heaven (2006); The Long March of Robert Slaughter (2004); Dreamtime (2003)

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