Serendipity, the Institute for Black Arts and Heritage in Leicester, has released a series of short films to accompany its annual festival, Let's Dance International Frontiers (LDIF). The festival launches on International Dance Day, Friday 29 April.
Created by filmmaker Ashley Karrell in around the streets and buildings of Leicester, the films feature dancers Tia-Monique Uzor (pictured below), Helder Delgado and Jessica Walker.
Tia-Monique and Jessica are both DMU alumni.
The films embrace the theme for LDIF22, which is ‘In Situ: Responding to Space, Place, People and Time.’ They will be on show at locations around the city during the festival, including the big screen on DMU’s Vijay Patel Building, as well as online.
LDIF22 takes place from Friday 29 April to Sunday 8 May in venues across Leicester. Showcasing high quality dance that celebrates diversity and intersectional identities, to date LDIF has supported the work of 280 artists from more than 46 countries.
Check out the full programme of events on the Serendipity website.
Jessica Walker is also going to be presenting work at one of the festival events, the Black British Dance Platform, at 7.30pm on Wednesday 4 May at Curve.
Posted on Tuesday 26th April 2022