About the film
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Release Date: September 28, 2016
|Production Companies||:||Les Productions du Trésor, Wild Bunch, Les Films du Fleuve, Sirena Film, Orange Studio, RTBF|
|Director||:||Stéphanie Di Giusto|
|Producers||:||Vincent Maraval, Luc Dardenne, Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Delphine Tomson, Alain Attal, Artemio Benki, Emma Javaux, Arlette Zylberberg, Pascale Béraud, Antonia Dauphin, Bruno Vatin, Philippe Logie, Xavier Amblard, Marie Jardillier, Amélie Covillard|
|Writers||:||Thomas Bidegain, Stéphanie Di Giusto, Sarah Thibau, Giovanni Lista|
A young woman from the American Midwest, Loïe Fuller became the toast of the Folies Bergère at the turn of the 20th century and an icon of the Belle Epoque. Inventor of the breathtaking Serpentine Dance, she was a pioneer of modern dance and lighting techniques. It was her complicated relationship to her protégé - Isadora Duncan – that precipitated the downfall of this early 20th century icon.