Win the new dance movie ‘Heartbeats’!

Dance Movie with Krystal Ellsworth
'Heartbeats' was screened at the Melbourne Indian International Film Festival. Still courtesy of Eagle Entertainment.

From the creator of Step Up and Save The Last Dance, the new 2017 dance movie Heartbeats shares the story of a feisty American hip-hop dancer who travels to India. Want to win your own copy of the film? See how you can enter to win a DVD below!

Dance MovieIn the flick, Kelli Andrews, a college student played by Krystal Ellsworth (Fame, La La Land), dreams of becoming a professional dancer and is in the midst of figuring out the next step in her career when her family jets off to India for a weeklong wedding. To Kelli’s surprise, she ends up falling in love – both with a new style of dance and with the determined young man who introduces it to her (played by Amitash Pradhan).

Dance MovieDirected by Duane Adler, Heartbeats features original choreography by Emmy Award-winning Dancing With The Stars choreographer Tessandra Chavez. Her routines, which blend dance styles, are set to a new soundtrack produced by Jay Z’s Roc Nation. Co-financed by the USA Dance Network, Heartbeats is perfect for fans of Honey, Footloose and the Step Up franchise.

Eagle Entertainment owns the distribution rights to the 107-minute-long movie in Australia. It released it on DVD and digital platforms in February.

To enter to win a copy of Heartbeats on DVD (valued at $29.95), email with the answer to this question:

Eagle Entertainment distributes Heartbeats in AustraliaWho choreographed the dance routines for the movie?

Title your email entry “Heartbeats Giveaway” and include your full name, your date of birth and your mailing address. This competition opens Wednesday, March 28, 2018, and closes Monday, April 30, 2018.

Heartbeats can be ordered at It is also available on Big Pond Movies, Google Play, YouTube Movies, Fetch TV and iTunes.

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