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Miranda Wright almost 2 years ago
the cutest documentary ever! loved it
Shyamali Ghosh 7 years ago
Love this sweet little film.
Courtney Bess over 2 years ago
Dan Blocker almost 7 years ago
Mad Hot Ballroom is a documentary film by director Marilyn Agrelo and writer/producer Amy Sewell about a ballroom dance program in the New York City Public School system. Tango, foxtrot, swing, rumba and merengue may seem to represent the last vestiges of a dying art to some, but Agrelo proves this is far from true in Mad Hot Ballroom. Agrelo and Sewell reveal that the New York City public school system runs a ballroom dance program for fifth graders, in which these former preserves of the adult world are given a new lease on life. The documentary premiered at the 2005 Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and was purchased by Paramount Classics and Nickelodeon Movies. Mad Hot Ballroom was the second highest grossing documentary in 2005 after March of the Penguins. As of July 1, 2008 it had earned over $8.1 million, making it the ninth-highest-grossing documentary film in the United States - (in nominal dollars, from 1982 to the present). Based on a feature article written by...
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