Born into an early-20th-century heartland community where dancing was regarded as sin, Martha Hill ventured to New York to join Martha Graham's troupe. Finding her calling as an instructor, she'd go on to become one of America's most influential teachers of terpsichore, and to found Julliard's dance department. Rare archival footage and interviews with accomplished pupils shed light on a long and little-celebrated life and career. 80 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; extended interviews; bonus footage.