Category: Films

‘Chin Chin’ [Short Film] by Joshua Idusohan

Young girl Chin-Chin (Tatenda Naomi-Matsvai) has a care-free attitude on life, whilst her sister Lola (played by Jayde Roberts) is tied down managing a clothing shop. However, she’s given the ultimatum by her sister to grown up. With a different tone of cinematography that has a mix of blues and purples, there’s a light feel […]

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‘CabrĂ³n’ [Short Film] by Sam Ainsworth; starring Joshua Dickinson

This award-winning dark comedy thriller by Sam Ainsworth showcases his potential and brilliance with wit when it comes to comedy. The film has become an award-winning masterpiece after winning so many awards internationally. Film follows one night at London Bank District, The situation is sort of messy as the banker (played by Joshua Dickinson) is […]

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Pulsar [Short Film] by Aurora Fearnley; Starring David Gyasi, Jessica Buckley & Tahirah Sharif

Set in the galactic space, David Gyasi (‘Annihilation’, ‘Troy; Fall of the City’), and Breakthrough Brit 2018 Jessica Buckley (‘Wild Rose’, ‘War & Peace’ and ‘Taboo’) star in this sci-fi adventure that turn sour. It’s something that’s different. Afterall, the myth that Blacks can’t explore beyond the skies has be debunked beyond the years…considering that […]

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‘Two Dosas’ [Short Film] by Sarmad Masud; Starring Himesh Patel, Martin Delaney and Sharif Islam

Himesh Patel may be in ‘Yesterday’ and has already starred in ‘The Fox’, but in 2014, the former ‘Eastenders’ actor stars in this light-hearted romantic comedy by Sarmad Masud, whose current film ‘My Pure Land’ is getting critically acclaimed across the international film circuit. The comedy ‘Two Dosas’ has gone forward to win five awards […]

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‘The Audition’ [Short Film] by Paul & Simon Wade

How far would you go to get an audition and have the chance to be heard? Well, one struggling actress decides to takes matters into her own hands in order to be given a chance. It’s an impressive dialogue that many actors can relate with. Have a watch now. Credits: Written & Directed by Paul […]

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Director of ‘Bend It Like Beckham’ Set to Release ‘Blinded by the Light’

Renowned director Gurinder Chadha who made an epic legacy with ‘Bend It Beckham’ starring Kiera Knightley and Parminder Nagra returns with another film which follows an young Asian kid of Pakinstani descent being influenced by Bruce Springsteen in 1980s UK. It was one of the biggest jackpots at Sundance, as the film gained financial backing […]

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‘So What Now?’ [Short Film] by Sam Ainsworth

Consider this short by Sam Ainsworth as ‘right on time’ in a political climate that places the theme of Brexit as the focus point of a relationship. Starring Laure Stockley (‘Apple Tree Yard’, Valentine’s Kiss’) as British-born Britanny & Vincent LaTorre (‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’) as EU-immigrant Vincent, the couple are on a set of crossroads […]

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Official Trailer: Where Hands Touch – Directed by Amma Asante

WHERE HANDS TOUCH is a coming of age story set in the most brutal of times: Germany, 1944. Leyna (Amandla Stenberg), the 15-year old daughter of a white German mother (Abbie Cornish) and a black African father, meets Lutz (George MacKay), a compassionate member of the Hitler Youth whose father (Christopher Eccleston) is a prominent […]

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‘Dark Red’ [Branded Short Film] by Eugen Merher; Starring Ethosheia Hylton and Jeremiah Waysome

Eugen Merher presents a very particular topic in the metaphoric symbolism in terms of a Black vampire, who grows more dependent on human blood than ever before. Lamar (Jeremiah Waysome) plays the lead of a young teen who records a very heartfelt audio letter to his mother Karissa (Ethosheia Hylton) in the most heartfelt ways […]

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‘Losing My Home In The Name of Regeneration’: A Poetic [Short Film] by Joelle Mae David

“I see the blocks falling down like autumn leaves collapsing from top to bottom.” Blueprint Pictures founder Joelle Mae David presents a politically poetic short film that has rapper and poet OSOM (aka John Akinde) that deals with the bittersweet effects of regeneration. There’s bleak undertone of a new world being form that doesn’t see […]

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