See the documentary Nureyev for free at the upcoming Birmingham Film Festival.

We’ve been talking about the Birmingham Film Festival quite a bit this week. It kicks off this Friday, and you can read more about it here. But we wanted to alert you too to a screening of a fascinating-looking documentary that’s part of the festival.

Nureyev is a documentary from Jacqui and David Morris, that charts the legendary dancer’s life from his birth through his meteoric rise against the backdrop of the Cold War.

The documentary mixes in never before seen footage, along with an original score from Alex Baranowski and a newly choreographed dance tableaux. And you can see all this on the big screen on Thursday November 7th.

Tickets for the screening are free, and you just need to register on the Eventbrite page for it. You can find that here.

The Birmingham Film Festival runs from November 1st through to the 10th.

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