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Month: April 2017

Exclusive 20% TBB DISCOUNT For Shore Scripts Submissions

Shore Scripts’ mission is to discover new exciting screenwriting talent and help kickstart careers by putting each year’s best scripts into the hands of  their roster of the most respected industry Judges of any screenwriting contest in the world. They include 37 Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy & Bafta winners, and 79 Prod Comps, Agents and Managers. Shore Scripts have helped a number of writers gain Representation, Option, Sell, and even have their screenplays Produced directly through entering Shore Scripts. We have fantastic news, that The British Blacklist has teamed up with Shore Scripts to offer our creative audience an exclusive opportunity! 20%...

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#TBB10 With Kenneth Omole Starring in Kalungi Ssebandeke’s, Assata Taught Me

Gate Theatre, Notting Hill will stage the world première production of Assata Taught Me, the debut play by Kalungi Ssebandeke. Associate Director of the Gate Lynette Linton directs Adjoa Andoh as Assata and Kenneth Omole as Fanuco in the production which opens on 8 May.  Assata Taught Me tells the story of an imagined friendship between Assata Shakur, former Black Panther and the FBI’s most wanted woman, and her pupil in Cuba. Fanuco’s taking English lessons from the only American he knows. The thing is, she’s the FBI’s most wanted woman and he’s a Cuban teenager desperate to live the...

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BIFA Screening of Lady Macbeth + Q&A with director Thursday 27th April (Stars Golda Rosheuvel & Naomi Ackie)

Lady Macbeth is a stunning and original British indie, brought to you by an extraordinary team of filmmakers. BIFA nominees who worked on the film include casting director Shaheen Baig and production designer Jacqueline Abrahams. The film is also supported by a team of film craftspeople and executive producers whose credits have rarely been out of the BIFA spotlight in the last few years. In this adaptation of Nikolai Leskov’s novella Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk, a 19th century young bride is sold into marriage to a middle-aged man. Rural England, 1865. Katherine (Florence Pugh) is stifled by her...

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