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
2016 British Urban Film Festival Unveils Lineup; World Premieres of TO DREAM to Open, RESIDENTIAL to Close
The 2016 British Urban Film Festival begins on Wednesday September 14, with the World Premiere of “To Dream” starring Adam Deacon, Diana Vickers, Ed Hayter & Freddie Thorp, at Odeon Camden Town, directed by newcomer Nicole Albarelli.