Closing the British Urban Film Festival, this year will be the UK-based “Yardie drama’, “Residential”, featured in the Voice newspaper, to check this article out, click on the link below. http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/uk-based-yardie-drama-close-british-urban-film-festival

British Urban Film Festival reveals 2016 line-up with the World Premiere of “To Dream” at the Odeon Camden Town, the 2rd annual British Urban Film Festival awards from the Hilton London Tower Bridge. Three nights of short film screenings with, Love shorts at the Odeon camden Town, Saturday night shorts at the Odeon Camden Town […]

The Metro features 5 film makers involved in this year’s British Urban Film Festival taking place in September, the first question was from Nathan Adabadze, who co wrote and directed A Manner of Speaking. The second question was from Ivan Madeira who directed, Child in Their Eyes. The fourth question was from Tonia Daley-Campbell, producer […]

43 films 2 Odeons 24 award finalists 16 presenters If it’s diversity you’re looking for, there is only one destination. Download your free copy >> BUFF 2016 official programme

Winner to be announced at the BUFF Awards ceremony on 18 September. Laya Lewis, Abrantee Boateng, Johnny Sachon and Joseph Marshall have been shortlisted for the British Urban Film Festival Best Emerging Talent Award, sponsored by BBC Films. The award, celebrating the work of emerging talent in urban independent film, is in its’ second year having been […]