A selection of dance films as explorations of identity to celebrate the launch of the LDIF21 Preview and a new publication; My Voice, My Practice: Black Dance.
Brothers and Sons – Project 44
PROJECT 44, in association with Queensborough Community College and CUNY Dance Initiative present a considered reflection on Black masculinity in the context of the events of 2020.
Our Bodies Back – Jonzi D
Our Bodies Back stages the work of acclaimed American poet and performance artist jessica Care moore in a breath-taking new dance film from Breakin’ Convention Artistic Director and Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Jonzi D, choreographed and performed by Axelle ‘Ebony’ Munezero in Montréal, Canada; Bolegue Manuela (b-girl Manuela) in Hanover, Germany; and Nafisah Baba in London, UK.
My Voice, My Practice: Black Dance features contributions from Eduardo Vilaro, Cynthia Oliver, Léna Blou, Gladys M Francis, Annabel Guérédrat, Henri Tauliaut, Thomas Prestø, Alice Sheppard, Makeda Thomas, Vicki Igbokwe, Project X and Jonzi D, exploring artistic practice and the changing face of dance.