Normal Festival (iAM Fest) is an intergenerational wellbeing and arts festival curated with young people for the community iAM Fest is a fun-filled, energetic day of arts and celebration as well as highlighting wellbeing for the community.Read More
TBB breaks down the schedule for the 2017 London Raindance Film Festival. Running from September 20th – October 1st at various Central London locations.Read More
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.’Read More
The BFI has announced Stephen King on Screen, a season of film and television dedicated to the iconic Stephen King, one of the most frequently adapted and versatile writers in history, and as formidable a cinematic force as a literary one.Read More
Rumoured to be its largest acquisition of a UK film, streaming service Netflix has put in a multi-million dollar pre-order for the BFI backed musical Been So Long, starring Michaela Coel (Chewing Gum) and Arinzé Kene (The Pass).Read More
Come and be a part of a much needed conversation.Read More
Caramel Club’s screening of Tupac Resurrection takes place Sunday 10th September @ Brixton Ritzy along with a will host a post-screening panel with MC & hip-hop educator Breis, award winning lyricist Eklipse and journalist and founder of The British Blacklist Akua Gyamfi to discuss themes from the film. Shortly followed by an evening of music and VJing with One Nation’s DJ Croc, Mi-Soul’s Shaq D and a PA from emerging rapper ALEX-iS.Read More
Afrikans on Film festival / #AOFF is back for 2017 with another Mutatu load of great films from the African continent and her diasporan family in collaboration with *PNFF and *CLF. 12.00pm – 9pm Free Entry All Day!
A unique opportunity to see films rarely seen on the big screen.Read More
#TBB10 Speaks to Cherno Jagne Lead Actor in ‘Haraam’ an Interracial Story With a Different Perspective
Cherno Jagne is a British/Gambian actor who will be playing the lead in the upcoming independent feature film, Haraam, opposite well known Pakistani Actress Ainy Jaffri.
Taking the interracial narrative away from the usual black and white tales, Haraam is a story of unrequited love; and what happens when you fall in love with your best friend, along with the questions that arise when you have two people from completely different racial and religious backgrounds and how cultural diversity and religion can have impact the decisions we make in love.Read More
Vitae London is an ethical watch brand that offers fashionable watches at affordable prices in order to advance social justice. #TBB10 caught up with Vitae London’s founder Will Adoasi…Read More