Editor Tom Haneke on "He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin'"





Tom Haneke's work includes Barbara Kopple's Academy Award-winning documentary "American Dream" and "My Generation" (which he also co-directed). Tom edited From "Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China," and "He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin'", which both received Academy Awards for best documentary. Haneke has also done several projects for HBO as well as Sundance Film Festival nominee "American Teen."

"He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin'" is a 1983 documentary film directed by Emile Ardolino about Jacques d'Amboise, a noted former American ballet star who had dancing roles in such films as "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" and "Carousel," and who later became a New York dancing instructor. It won the 1983 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and a 1984 Emmy Award for Best Children's Programming after it was shown on television. It is one of the few theatrical films to win both awards.

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