Earlier this year, Ballet 422—a documentary following the creation of Justin Peck's Paz de la Jolla for New York City Ballet—earned some pretty spectacular reviews after its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. But NYC ballet nerds were the only ones able to see the film.
This winter, thankfully, that'll change: Magnolia Pictures has picked up Ballet 422 for wider distribution. It's scheduled to hit theaters February 6, 2015.
And with wider distribution comes better trailers!
Magnolia released the new Ballet 422 trailer last week, and it's pretty epic. We see Peck working not only with the dancers, but also with the orchestra, the costume designers and even the lighting technicians. It's a mini-portrait of the choreographic process from all angles—which makes us even more excited to see the full film's mega-portrait.
Take a look—then click here for theater locations and more info.