The Socially Relevant Film Festival New York is a new festival in its inaugural year, concentrating on films with a socially relevant content, and human interest stories in reaction to the proliferation of violence and violent forms of movie making today. Out of the 18 countries in this year’s selection of over 50 films, ‘I Used To Dance’ was chosen to be screened during the festival.
This documentary shows with wonderful illogic the insight into the life of a young woman (Femke Kramer) who is suddenly forced to live in a different way. She is diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Lupus. Through her imagination she’s able to cope. Watch the trailer here.
Screens Friday March 14, 2:00pm, at QUAD Cinema, New York.