Benjamin Millepied

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Benjamin Millepied is a world-renowned choreographer, dancer, and rising director. In 2010, Millepied choreographed and starred in the Oscar winning feature Black Swan (2010). Since then, he has directed a number of short films, commercials, and music videos in collaboration with artists including Philip Glass, Mark Bradford, IO Echo, Lil Buck, and... See full bio »

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Black Swan Additional Crew
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 2020 Closer (Video short) (choreographer)
 2018 Why Can't We Get Along (Short)
 2017 L.A. Dance Project: Marfa Dance (Video short)
 2015 Hearts & Arrows (Short)
 2011 Portals
 2011 Time Doesn't Stand Still (Short) (co-director)
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Short: "Aria" - featuring Lil Buck - Director See more »

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5' 10" (1.78 m)


Natalie Portman  (2 children)


Denys Millepied | Catherine Millepied-Flory

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It's not a coincidence that women have been drawn to contemporary dance, because I think ballet has been very weak for a long, long time. There's very little ballet that I like. I'm not interested in most of what's happening in ballet. And so I think that women have been drawn to contemporary dance because it's a more interesting field where you can see more interesting work. It draws upon more ... See more »


In his first language, French, his last name means "thousand feet" - a very apt name for a dancer and choreographer. See more »

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