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Directed and produced by first-time filmmaker Daniel Duran, “Bravetown” tells the story of Josh (Lucas Till), a talented and successful New York City DJ who can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Josh’s life gets turned upside down after a minor drug infraction lands him in counseling and forces him to move in with his estranged father (Josh Duhamel) in North Dakota. Although he initially resists adjusting to his new environment, after being roped into helping the school’s last place dance team improve their performance, Josh finds himself starting to fit in.
In the exclusive, behind-the-scenes featurette at the top of this page, Taulé, who has a major supporting role on the dance team, talks about the challenges and the thrills of working on set with professional choreographer Brian Friedman.
“Bravetown” is currently available to watch on VOD.
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