By Ellie Woodward Twitter: @elwooderz Lanre Malaolu is a director and choreographer interested in developing timely, socially engaged work using a unique fusion of hip-hop dance, physical theatre and dialogue. He was commissioned by the BFI Doc Society to make his hybrid
First published Monday 1st June, 2020 BAFTA have been jumping on the bandwagon of black people and black organisations for decades and have consistently shown their disrespect and disregard for the black community. By posting their tasteless tweet about George Floyd
Who doesn't love love? At BUFF we've showcased some of the most authenticity, heartfelt and unforgettable romantic films. Our top 10 for you to check out: The Male Groupie - Directed by Chris Scott Cherot (BUFF 2009) David is Dying - Directed by Stephen
There are so many festivals out there. But yet there's something special about BUFF. Often described as the 'BUFFNESS' it is the pre-festival, screening and post-festival opportunities that we lay on for our filmmakers and award winners that maintains our
Rules and Eligibility You can read about our voting and adjudication process here, and download a pdf of all this information here. The British Independent Film Awards are for theatrical feature films and short films. The majority of categories are only open to British, independent films.
BT British Urban Film Festival reveals September schedule Over 30 film screenings plus 2 masterclasses, The Live Script Readings and the BUFF Awards ceremony will all be hosted at the BT Tower from 6-12 September. London, 29 June Urban independent cinema arrives at