Short movie by SisterArt

LET ME DANCE is an Art-house engaged short movie over sexism in our Western countries. Without narrative, it resembles a music video and portraying six dancers. The protagonists dance freely, apparently. They pick a physical posture that will hinder their improvised dance. These postures are an expression of the physical strategies used to cope with sexist prejudices, recurrent insults in every day life. These are gestures of protection after being attacked. They limit self-esteem and the freedom of movement. Despite all this, the women, they dance.

See trailer https://vimeo.com/250451626 


  • Author / director / producer : Laure Gervais
  • Arthouse Création / production : SisterArt
  • Images : Lucas Ruyssen
  • Original soundtrack : Frédéric Bourton
  • Edition : Nicolas Blasband
  • Performers
  • Duration : 00:09:33.
  • Formats : DCP and digital mp4
  • Création date : 15/11/2017

Festivals & screenings

Première in Brussels, Festival Democracy in Brussels, La Vénerie, November 2017.

Winner best film on women 2018

19th Season Calcutta International Cult Film Festival 2018 & official selection at the CICFF Kolkata,  January 2019.