Director Billy Boyd Cape collaborates with choreographer Botis Seva and his hip-hop theatre collective Far From The Norm in this emotional dance film. In the face of fatherhood and responsibility a man deserts his new-born child to find his own independence and freedom. 

On his journey the audience peers beyond his mind and into the battle of his soul as he deals with his determination, heartache and love. 

REACH was commissioned by Channel 4 Random Acts and Sadler’s Wells. 

Botis Seva, Choreographer

Dance artist Botis Seva is entrenched in Hip Hop dance theatre but experiments with form, structure and theatrics to reinvent choreography. Borrowing from film, text, art and other dance languages, Botis’ work portfolio crosses live performance, film, immersive experiences and outdoor spectacles.  

Botis has previously worked with Channel 4, BBC Arts, Vogue, Almeida Theatre, Scottish Dance Theatre, Sadler’s Wells, BBC2 to name a few in the UK. Botis won first place at two of the largest European dance competitions: Copenhagen International Choreography Competition and Choreography 30 in Hannover, Germany. His Hip Hop dance theatre company Far From The Norm have toured widely internationally. In 2019, Botis' publicly acclaimed production BLKDOG, was awarded Best New Dance Production at the Olivier Awards, and has plans to tour internationally from 2021. 

Billy Boyd Cape, Director

Born in London, Billy is a director who works across commercials, music videos, narrative film and art film. His work often engages honest and emotional human stories through a lyrical, intimate lens. His work has been seen and awarded at Cameraimage, SXSW, D&AD, Cannes Lions and The British Arrows.