Better Mus’ Come

Better Mus’ Come

Jamaican drama set in the late 1970s and inspired by actual events. A Kingston community leader and single father gets caught up in a politically motivated gang war, while falling hopelessly in love with a girl from a rival faction.

On BBC2,  Sat 10 May at 12:05am – Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

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This is a picture of me with Writer/Director Storm Saulter and Producer Paul Bucknor, taken at a screening at BFI Southbank.

If you missed the screening on BBC2, the BBC are planning another showing of the film within the next 18 months.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0436qzp

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Win two places on Music Video Production Masterclass

Win two places on a

Music Video Production Masterclass

with Sony Music!

Irish Film London and the Irish Cultural Centre Hammersmith are delighted to announce we will sponsor 2 young people aged 16-25 years to attend this 3 day course in how to make your own Music Video in London!

Friday 16th – Sunday 18th May
10am – 4pm (each day)
16-25 year olds
FREE! (Usually £40 each)

They are picking winners this week!!

Also find out about  Cinemagic London
The Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival For Young People:   30th June – 3rd July 2014

By Cinemagic and Sony Music :
http://us5.campaign-archive2.com/?u=86e5087fbe4f3cc1050a1ddf8&id=3f980d84f8&e=1af23c6811#awesomeshare

BBC News – Star Wars: Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill reunite for latest film

Conratulations to John Boyega. 🙂

“John Boyega, a 22-year-old British actor, who previously starred in the inner-London sci-fi Attack the Block. Along with Gleeson and Ridley, he is expected to be one of the ‘trio of new young leads” announced by director Abrams earlier this year.'”

http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-27210448

Ahead of Sadler’s Wells street dance convention, ‘Godfather of Hip Hop’ says black artists need a ‘white benefactor’ | Islington Tribune

A willingness to champion a diverse programme is essential in London. Props to Sadler’s, V&A, NT, BFI and some local theatres (Albany, Stratford, Royal Court, Tricycle, Richmond)… Keep up the good work… and do more! 🙂

There’s a long list of arts organisations not mentioned – what are they doing? Let me stand corrected!

Years ago the Royal Opera House held some full on events and they were suprised at the attendance numbers! More support, without fear, needed. #getonit

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http://www.islingtontribune.com/news/2014/apr/ahead-sadler%E2%80%99s-wells-street-dance-convention-%E2%80%98godfather-hip-hop%E2%80%99-says-black-artists-ne

Book now: Breakin’ Convention — International Festival of Hip Hop Dance Theatre

Breakin’ Convention has been producing THE critically acclaimed International Festival of Hip Hop Dance Theatre since 2004 at Sadler’s Wells, featuring the very best, most influential artists from around the corner and around the world! jonzi-profile-graff 

Afridiziak Theatre News: http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=6253db028912badcba3e42579&id=e1f1518a6b&e=ecbbbe295d