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UK’s Biggest Documentary Fund The Whicker’s World Foundation Opens for All. Deadline 31st January 2018.

The Whicker’s World Foundation which was set up in 2015, is Alan Whicker’s legacy, providing funding for documentaries that will continue to stimulate and inspire audiences. The Foundation seeks to use Alan’s documentary heritage to further his vision and to help those with talent to take the first step up a ladder which is increasingly difficult to climb.

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#TBB10 With Rising Star Isis Davis – Winner of two 2017 British Urban Film Festival Awards

Isis Davis is a proud West Londoner from humble beginnings. As an actress, her career has moved from short films including Crack, Notting Hill Girl and Cover Me (nominated for Best Short in this year’s BUFF Awards) to TV series’ that spread across the UK and America including most recently, Guilt for Lionsgate, and Electric Dreams produced for Channel 4 with Sony which is now being advertised and will be aired later this month. From these successes, Isis has been signed by LA Manager Brendan Thomas at Authentic. Her one woman show This Is Who I Am, that she put...

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Husband & Wife Team Bring Us Ancestral Voices 2 – African Spirituality: The Last Taboo?

Five years in the making Ancestral Voices: Spirit is Eternal is now complete. The film is described as ‘a systemic exploration of African spiritual philosophies and practices across millennia and space, from the ancient Black Egyptians to contemporary times on the continent and its legacies in the Diaspora such as Vodou or Candomble. It highlights the commonalities across the various systems proving they share a common source and are but different branches of the same tree.’

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90% #OutOf100 – IT Reboot is Almost Everything We Wanted. In UK Cinemas NOW

I’ve already spoken about IT by Stephen King ranking in the top 5 of my top 10 all time favourite novels. I’ve also discussed how much I frickin hate horror films. But because of my whole fan of Stephen King anomaly thing I’ve been eagerly anticipating this latest film adaptation since hearing the rumours IT was going to happen. Thanks to a preview screening at the BFI this week, I have watched IT and I’m glad to say I survived and I’m quite satisfied. (Side note, the BFI will be honouring Stephen King and his films with a dedicated Stephen King...

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