The cinematic re-imagining of Akeim Toussaint Buck’s one-man dance theatre piece, Windows of Displacement. This energetic dance cinema adaptation translates the acclaimed stage piece into a new medium. Featuring kinetic dance and a myriad of location switches, Displaced pushes the boundaries of dance storytelling. This memorable piece uses explosive dance and deep poetic text to tell an untold story from a place of humanity and love, transcending despair and turmoil. Explores contemporary challenges such as culture, place, race and imperialism. A journey of reflection, calling for global change.

Written and Performed by | Akeim Toussaint Buck

With | Arthur France MBE, Khadijah Ibrahiim, Pariss Elektra, Azizi Cole, Cleve ‘Rev Chunky’ Freckleton, Solomon Charles-Kelly
Lorina Gumbs, Giovanna Faith Paul, Acacia Paul, Kaya Moore, Cleo Stoute, Chescot Clark, Aida Fofana, Jimmy Cooke, Jordan Marcus, Kadeana Holding, Jessica Holding, Andre Johnson, Jacob Macima, E Wallace, Azhar Miah, Omari Swanston-Jeffers, Ali Akhtar, Wassi, Byram

Directed by | Akeim Toussaint Buck and Ashley Karrell
Cinematography by | James Williams
Music Composition by | Otis Jones
Sound Recordists | Rob Wingfield and Liam Gilchrist

Performed in English
Auto-generated closed captions available


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