Kush Films Online – Celebrating Black & British: Join Judith Jacobs “First lady of Eastenders” with Brian Bovell, Victor Romero Evans, Trevor Laird for talk

Victor Romero Evans and Brian Bovell

Kush Films is building a new online cinema and are fundraising and putting on a number of fundraising events to help us reach there target.

They are building a fantastic new one-of-a-kind online cinema for the film loving public & filmmakers alike and need your support!

To kick-off the campaign Kush Films is pleased to present a series of film events starting with…

A Special Double-Bill Culture Clash Online Film Screening Celebrating Black & British.

Friday 26th March

(6.30pm – 11.30pm)

Enjoy two rare classic comedy-drama films…

Black Joy (15) & Playing Away (15)

BLACK JOY 1977: British culture-clash comedy. Trevor Thomas stars as a Guyanese youth who is under the delusion that life will be easier for him in London. No sooner does Thomas set foot in England than he gets tangled up in one disaster after another.

Playing Away 1986: To mark the conclusion of their “Third World Week” celebration, a cricket team in a small English village invites a black cricket team from South London to a charity game with comical results.

Norman Beaton, Floella Benjamin, Brian Bovell, Ross Kemp, Neil Morrisey, Gary Beadle, Ram John Holder, Joseph Marcell & others.

+ After-film Talk: Authentic Black British on Screen

Guests: + An Immersive After film Talk With Pioneering 80’s, 90’s Actors
Brian Bovell, Trevor ‘Beefy’ Laird & Victor Romero Evans
Talking to Actress and Presenter Ms ‘Yabba Yabba’ Judith Jacob

Clockwise: Judith Jacobs, Brian Bovell and Trevor Laird

Hosted by: Judith Jacobs

Tickets: £5 BOOK HERE Support Black British Talent

Brian Bovell and Trevor Laird

Tickets are £5 + Kush would like you to choose & make a donation of another £5, £10 or £15 to their fundraising campaign.

Join the event on the day at:

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Support the ‘Kush Online Cinema’ Fundraising Campaign!

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