By James Hiler | Indiewire October 1, 2013 at 12:23PM
The Wolfe Releasing company has acquired the U.S. digital and DVD rights to the film "Five Dances." The director Alan Brown ("Private Romeo", "Book of Love") teamed up once again with cinematographer Derek McKane to capture the story of Chip (Ryan Steele's first film role) as he joins a small dance company in and around Soho. There Chip
is initiated into the rites of passage of a New York dancer's life,
where discipline and endless hard work, the fear of not being good enough, and his first-ever love affair unfolds. "Five Dances" will debut on VOD and DVD in 2014, following a limited theatrical release beginning October 4th.
Brown is an enormously talented writer-director and we’re thrilled to
release his wonderful new film," said Wolfe President Maria Lynn. "As
emotionally nuanced as
his innovative gay romance, "Private Romeo," we're confident that audiences will adore
Five Dances as much as we do."
You can watch the trailer below-