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Artist Film, Documentary, Drama, Short Films, Silent
This fascinating compilation provides a showcase of the various experiences of black Londoners over the last 100 years. Incorporating early silent films, newsreels, clips from feature films and television shows that put the spotlight on either the portrayal or concerns of black Londoners, including films produced by black directors. This collection is also enhanced with interviews and amateur footage to build a varied and multifaceted portrait. As well as addressing the issue of racial tension, this collection also highlights the cultural and intellectual contribution of black Londoners to the vibrancy of the capital city.
This compilation has not been certified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest it is engaging for ages 11-19.
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A short British film exploring race relations in post-riots Notting Hill in the 1960s through the friendship of a little girl and boy.
7+ years 30 mins
Groundbreaking 1960s drama about an idealistic new teacher arriving in a tough London school. Can he turn the kids around?
11+ years 103 mins
Widely considered to have kick-started black British cinema, this 1970s film focuses on a black school leaver well-qualified but unable to find a job.
16+ years 120 mins
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Bringing the words of noted writer James Baldwin to life, we explore how documentary I Am Not Your Negro dissects the history of racial inequality in America.
Reading time 7 mins
Films for Primary and Secondary that celebrate identity and teach the importance of belonging and inclusion.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films30
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