STREET DANCE was not only the first major UK dance movie, but was the first British movie to be shot in 3D. Smashing the box office at no.1 to both commercial and critical acclaim, the BIFA-nominated Street Dance 3D is still certified “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes.
Released in 2010 featuring the cream of UK music and dance talent, with a soundtrack from the likes N-Dubz, Tinie Tempah and Chipmunk, show-stopping performances from Britain’s Got Talent dance sensations Flawless, Diversity, George Sampson, Matthew Bourne protégé Richard Winsor and breakthrough Brit actress Nicholas Burley – STREETDANCE 3D captured the explosion of UK dance culture and brought it to the big screen.
Directed by the award-winning promo duo Max and Dania, written by Jane English, and produced by James Richardson of Vertigo Films, STREETDANCE 3D remains one of the most successful independent British films of all time.
While training for the UK Streetdance Championships, a streetdance crew are forced to work with Royal Ballet dancers in return for rehearsal space. With no common ground and with passions riding high, they realise they need to find a way to join forces to win.