The movie “Fame 2009″ is a modern update on Alan Parker’s 1980’s version and international sensation “Fame,” which spawned a generation of worldwide fans and a subsequent global hit television series, and stage production of the same name – “Fame.”
The story of “Fame 2009″ follows a group of students attending the renowned New York School of Performing Arts from audition through graduation as they discover their burgeoning talents and define their identities.
Caught up in the intense atmosphere of a performing arts high school in New York, the student artists in the film confront both the tantalizing promise of success and the challenges of thriving in a highly competitive environment. Capturing the visceral excitement and explosive energy of young artists and performers struggling to prove their talent and find their own voice, the movie “Fame 2009″ marks the feature film directorial debut of noted choreographer Kevin Tancharoen, (who will be 24 when the movie “Fame 2009″ is released in movie theaters).
And fret not, that famous Oscar winning song, “Fame,” will once again be featured prominently in the 2009 big screen movie “Fame.”