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BUFF Festival 2021

Black British filmmaker Menelik Shabazz dies age 67 :  Deadline reports BUFF2020 Best Actress winner, Ruby Barker to star in new Horror ‘Baghead’ : Birmingham mail reports BUFF2020 award nominated Birmingham-based feature Takes Of The Fatherless gets cinema release : Screen Daily feature Emmanuel’s thoughts on BAFTA Chair resignation Variety report on Noel Clarke…

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BUFF Festival 2020

2020 December Festival coverage: Vimooz reports – Best Feature Film Award winner: How To Stop a Recurring Dream The Scottish National reports on award nominated ‘In The Red’ Documentary Film News breaks BUFF Awards winners story Fan Carpet breaks BUFF Awards nominees story Screen Daily – The Voice newspaper – Digital Fix…

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British Urban Film Festival @buffconnects founder Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe @emmanuelanyiamo awarded MBE #NewYearsHonoursList2019

London, 27/12/2019 22:30 GMT   Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe, the man who founded the British Urban Film Festival 14 years ago, has been recognised in the New Year’s honours list with an MBE for 'services to the Black and minority ethnic film industry'. Anyiam-Osigwe is a familiar face to UK film audiences having spent 17 years working in film festivals…

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EXCLUSIVE: @marsha_thomason, @femioyeniran to star in @_idarose produced ‘Stolen’ Cast joined by @clareanyiamo @mclandes @sirr_rochester

November 12 2019 Youngs’ directorial debut Two Graves (starring Cathy Tyson, Katie Jarvis, Dave Johns) was released on Netflix in May 2019. Young previously wrote award winning British crime film, Harry Brown (starring Michael Caine) and now follows up with UK/South Africa official co-production action thriller Stolen. The female lead will be played by Marsha Thomason who became a familiar…

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