The preternaturally gifted director and choreographer Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for the madly imaginative, self-excoriating 1979 musical masterpiece All That Jazz. Roy Scheider gives the performance of his career as Joe Gideon, whose exhausting work schedule – mounting a Broadway production by day and editing his latest movie by night – and routine of amphetamines, booze, and sex are putting his health at serious risk. Fosse burrows into Gideon's (and his own) mind, rendering his interior world as phantasmagoric spectacle. Assembled with visionary editing that makes dance come alive on-screen as never before, and overflowing with sublime footwork by the likes of Ann Reinking, Leland Palmer, and Ben Vereen, All That Jazz pushes the musical genre to personal depths and virtuosic aesthetic heights. The film's integral soundtrack, arranged by Ralph Burns, took home an Academy Award and features George Benson's 1978 version of "On Broadway" which also won an Academy Award independently.