Alternative LDIF20 Launch

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An alternative launch for an Alternative LDIF20 and to celebrate International Dance Day, Serendipity will be sharing a documentary short to sit alongside a unique publication LDIF: 10 Years in the Making, to capture the journey and legacy of Let’s Dance International Frontiers and the impact the festival has made on the international dance ecology.

Also look out for the launch of the online exhibition Black Men in Dance: Masculinity in Motion.

This event is part of Alternative LDIF, a digital festival of international dance. All events will be online and available to view for 24 hours from the listed start time.

If you would like to support Serendipity and LDIF, please consider making a donation in lieu of purchasing a ticket: paypal.me/AlternativeLDIF20

LDIF Programme

Full Programme
On a pink background we see the silhouettes of five dancers. Overlaid are the words Festival Pass.

Alternative LDIF20 Festival Pass

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On a black background, next to the words Black Men in Dance, Masculinity in Motion in white, choreographer and artist Ivan Blackstock is mid-movement, with his arms crossed covering his face

Black Men in Dance: Masculinity in Motion

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Dance Dialogues: Kyle Abraham

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Serendipity Podcast Launch

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Dance Dialogues: S. Ama Wray

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LDIF20 Short Film Showcase

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Dance Dialogues: Gladys M Francis

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Dancer Alice Sheppard, balances on her hands, arms straight, and on a pair of silver crutches, lifting her lower body and wheelchair high. Alice's head is tucked and her short curly hair peaks out from behind her strong arms. She is wearing a shimmery gold bodysuit. She is set against a black background and light reflects off her costume, chair, and crutches. Photo by Mengwen Cao.

Alice Sheppard: Where Good Souls Fear

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Dance Dialogues: Thomas Prestø

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Dance Dialogues: Nora Chipaumire

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Dance Dialogues: Chester Morrison

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Dancer Yinka Esi Graves is in mid-movement, with her head down and arms covering her face

Yinka Esi Graves: The Disappearing Act (Work in Progress Shorts)

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Dance Dialogues: Jawole Willa Jo Zollar

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Dance Dialogues: Ronald K Brown

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Dance Dialogues: L’Antoinette Stines

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Dance Dialogues: Joan Myers Brown

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30 Seconds of Freedom

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