Watching the new season of
.” is like getting a backstage pass inside NYCB. We get to see Chase Finlay make dinner for Lauren Lovette at his apartment, Ratmansky rehearse his latest work for the company, Silas Farley in his bible study group. But one thing missing is any Justin Peck footage. Luckily, Ballet 422, the documentary by director Jody Lee Lipes, just released its official trailer. The film premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, earning high praise from critics and audiences. Following Peck as he creates Paz de la Jolla, NYCB’s 422nd new work, it examines the choreographic process from start to finish, giving viewers an intimate, thorough look at one of ballet’s most exciting dance makers in his element. Look for it in theaters on February 5, 2015!