Tatiana Fernández Geara | 2021 | Dominican Republic | 77′ | Documentary
Three teen ballet students — Raymundo, Angel and Victor — are the only boys in a class of twenty. In a country where dance is mostly considered an activity for women, they are determined to follow their dreams and challenge traditional gender roles. Like a waltz, music played in triple time, the three boys move through Santo Domingo while confronting, yet sometimes abiding by, the Dominican machismo culture.
Best Documentary Dominican Film Festival in New York (2021)
Honorable Mention Best Ibero-American Documentary, FICG 36 (2021).
Su Mirada Fund for postproduction, IFF Panama (2020).
DocuLab.12: Selected for the workshop by FICG 35, Guadalajara, Mexico (2020).
Fondo para la Promoción Cinematográfica (FONPROCINE): Production fund for documentary feature (2017).
Festival de Cine Africano de Tarifa
Nouveaux Regards Film Festival Guadeloupe
Festival Internacional de Cine de Panamá
Panama City, Panama
Winner Su Mirada
Dominican Film Festival
New York, NY
Winner Best Documentary
Festival Internacional de Cine en Guadalajara
Honorable Mention Best Ibero-American Documentary
Trinidad & Tobago International Film Festival
Trinidad & Tobago