Here are links to a few sites which are not (necessarily) dance-related but I though you'd appreciate.
I try to check these occasionally to make sure the links are still good, but I make no guarantees.
Please let me know if you find a "dead" link.
- Zot Hi haArets (This Is the Land) - (1935) The first sound movie produced in Israel (then Palestine, of course). Produced by Baruch Agadati (choreographer of Hora Agadati).
- Do-Re-Mi - dancing breaks out in
the Antwerp (Belgium) train station. Okay, so it's not quite as spontaneous as it appears - it was run by
a local tv station as a promotion to find someone to play Maria in their upcoming production of Sound of
Music - put together in only two rehearsals! But it just feels so good - watch it in the morning to
start the day off with a big smile (thanks, Eve!);
- Tractor Square Dancing (really) - there are multiple clips available; I picked a few:
One of the longer clips;
This one has more
formations than the other, but the video quality isn't good.
One of the shorter
examples, but clear;
This time the drivers
are dressed for Wizard of Oz;
And another, which tells
more about the tractor square dance story.