How to Stop a Recurring Dream directed by Ed Morris won the Victor Adebodun Award: Best Feature at the 6th British Urban Film Festival.
British Urban Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: British Urban Film Festival
WHERE: London, United Kingdom
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
British Urban Film Festival (BUFF) is the longest standing black-owned film festival in the United Kingdom. Long before diversity quotas and terminology such as BAME and non-binary, BUFF has always welcomed, showcased, given coverage to and awarded films which embrace diverse storytelling, celebrating filmmakers from diverse backgrounds representative of the 9 diversity strands: age. disability. gender reassignment. marriage and civil partnership. pregnancy and maternity. race. religion or belief. sex.
2019 British Urban Film Festival Opens with Nigerian RomCom LARA AND THE BEAR + Announces Lineup and Nominees
The 2019 British Urban Film Festival which takes place September 1 to 7, will open with Tosin Coker’s ‘Lara and the Beat’, a Nigerian romantic comedy drama.
The 2017 British Urban Film Festival will feature over 30 film screenings plus 2 masterclasses, The Live Script Readings and the BUFF Awards ceremony