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
Category: Screen Events
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
British Black features are non-existent apart from the restored Frantz Fanon tribute by Isaac Julien. A conversation needs to be had about funding, support and how British black filmmakers make the transition from short films to cinematic features… We do fare better in the short film category, with short filmmakers – Shola Amoo, Kibwe Tavares, Robbie Samuels, Cecile Emeke and Runyararo Mapfumo all having their work show as a part of this extensive programme.Read More
Step is the real-life story of a girls’ high-school step team set against the backdrop of social unrest in the troubled city of Baltimore. These young women learn to laugh, love and thrive – on and off the stage – even when the world seems to work against them.Read More