New artist collective will host six hours of competitive dancing to benefit Cheryl Furjanic's independent documentary film Sync or Swim. * The six-hour event will take place from 2PM – 8PM at Love, 179 MacDougal Street in the West Village. * Tickets are $5 at the door or free for dancers competing in the dance-a-thon(g) with a minimum pledge of $25 (single) $45 (couple) to enter. To register for the competition contestants should email firstname.lastname@example.org . Pool-side attire is not only encouraged, but handsomely rewarded. Each couple or individual dancer must secure pledges from sponsors before the event whose donations will be based on either the total number of minutes or the total number of hours that a contestant dances. The challenge is to keep dancing for as long as possible to various genres of music. Judges will be awarding prizes for style as well as stamina. The grand prize will be awarded to the couple or individual dancer who raises the most money THE COMMUNITY POOL The Community Pool is a collective of artists and lovers of art who pool their creative resources to help their members achieve specific artistic goals. By rotating their support from artist to artist, the collective strives to promote each artist individually at a time when help is most needed. SYNC OR SWIM Sync or Swim is the first-ever feature-length documentary about the Olympic Synchronized Swimming Team. It's a splashy look at a marginal sport where U.S.A.'s top synchronized swimmers endure rigorous training and overcome unthinkable obstacles to compete for Olympic glory. Sync or Swim is an independent documentary production and is being made without the financial support of a television channel or production company. The filmmakers are currently raising money for finishing funds. www.synchromovie.comOn March 15th The Community Pool hosts a Dance-a-Thon(g) to benefit Cheryl Furjanic's independent feature-length documentary film Sync or Swim.