Celebrating Windrush 2020
BUFF founder awarded with an MBE in the New Year's Honours list...
BUFF Films: Prime Video + Netflix
BUFF 2018 Opening night premiere: No Shade explores the hardships of the modern dating world through the dysmorphic presence of colorism as well as the fetishization of black women in a way that is tactful and honest. Jade is both effervescent and relatable as a 28 year old single woman of dark complexion who just “can't seem to get it right,” let alone liberate herself from her unrequited love for the repressive and colorist Danny. The world through her eyes is both a quirky and tumultuous obstacle course of courtship catastrophes and heart-gripping silences. Despite Jade's line up of Tinder flops and her challenges in the friend-zone, she is easy to engage with and adorable. Jade's charisma, quirk, beauty, vulnerability and perseverance throughout the film make her a thoughtful heroine with a twist of comedic spunk in the end.
One of several BUFF nominated films to be distributed by streaming giant Netflix, Potato Potahto had its U.K premiere at the iconic BT Tower, host venue of BUFF 2017, the 12th annual British Urban Film Festival.
see you yesterday
BUFF 2017 official selection See You Yesterday started life as a brilliant short film before getting made into a feature of the same name by legendary screenwriter, director and producer, Spike Lee. Now streaming on Netflix.
BUFF 2019 nominated feature Acceptable Damage sees Katy, an Aspergic teenager dreaming of becoming a rock star. However three things stand in her way. Available now on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes.