Having excited fans in New York, Seoul, Paris, Singapore, Beijing, Taipei and Las Vegas (where there is now a permanent exhibition) since 2016 the experience has come to east London’s Excel.Read More
Author: Be Manzini
Makoha fled Uganda in 1978with his mother in a bid to escape the civil war and reign of Idi Amin.
As the precarious overnight bus journey that ensues, scenes are interspersed, with flashbacks and poetic monologues performed by Michael Balogun (who has an uncanny resemblance to Makoha) and Akiya Henry.
In its 13th year, the London Korean Film Festival 2018 (LKFF) has a host of activities …...Read More
Nick Broomfield is known for appearing in front of the camera in his documentaries but in this, he kept himself off screen. This was a sensible move, as what he has delivered is a portrait that treats Whitney Houston with the tenderness and respect she deserves and begs the question, if she had received more of that whilst alive, would she still be with us?Read More
The Caramel Club screening of I Am Not Your Negro will take place on Saturday 29th April @ The Institute of Light 7.45pm.Read More
A turquoise room and fluorescent lights, 3 women and 2 men on the edges dressed casually. We are...Read More
Urbain Wolf is the creator of Custody, written by Tom Wainwright, and is one of four performers in the production directed Gbemisola Ikumelo. The play centres on the death of Brian at the hands of officers and his family’s quest for answers and justice.Read More
A few things in today’s politically volatile climate have meant that the 1991 romance drama, Jungle Fever, which Spike Lee wrote, produced, directed and starred in, based on an interracial relationship still resonates in 2017.Read More
10 golden hula hoops spinning around 1 tiny female body, a man on a unicycle 5 wheels high; there...Read More