Ballerina (titled Leap! in the United States)
Category name :Hollywood Movies
Date Published:19 October 2016 (Paris),14 December 2016(France),24 February 2017 (Canada)
Directors:Éric Summer,Éric Warin
Music by :Klaus Badelt
Produced by:Laurent Zeitoun,Yann Zenou,Nicolas Duval Adassovsky,André Rouleau,Valérie d’Auteuil
Distributed by :Entertainment One(Canada),Gaumont (France)
Country: United States
Description:In the 1880s, eleven-year-old Félicie (Elle Fanning), a poor orphan girl who dreams of becoming a ballerina, but lacks formal training, runs away from her orphanage in rural Brittany with her best friend, Victor (Dane DeHaan), a young inventor. Together they go to beautiful Paris, but they soon become separated, and Victor becomes an office boy in Gustave Eiffel‘s workshop. Read More
- Elle Fanning as Félicie Milliner, an orphan girl with dreams of becoming a ballerina
- Dane DeHaan (Nat Wolff in the American version) as Victor, an aspiring young inventor and Félicie’s best friend
- Maddie Ziegler as Camille Le Haut, Félicie’s arrogant rival at the ballet school
- Carly Rae Jepsen as Odette, a mysterious caretaker and former prima ballerina who helps Félicie
- Terrence Scammell as Mérante, a demanding ballet instructor
- Bronwen Mantel as Mother Superior, the head of the orphanage.
- Julie Khaner as Régine Le Haut, Camille’s rich, sneering mother
- Mel Brooks (American version only) as M. Luteau, the supervisor of the orphanage where Félicie and Victor lived.
- Kate McKinnon (American version only) as Régine Le Haut, Mother Superior and Félicie’s mother
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Categories: 2016 films | English-language films | 2016 computer-animated films | 2010s adventure films | 2010s French animated films | 2010s musical comedy films | Animated musical films | Animated films about orphans | Canadian films | Children’s animated films | Dance animation | Entertainment One films | Films about ballet | set in Brittany | Films set in Paris | set in the 1880s | French films | Gaumont Animation | Paris Opera Ballet