Applications for Cinema Rediscovered’s FREE two-day Film Critics’Workshop are now open! This is a fantastic opportunity for ten aspiring creative critical minds to learn from peers and mentors to examine the current (and future) state of film criticism in the UK and beyond. Successful participants will submit written, aural and audio-visual works of a critical nature on films screened during Cinema Rediscovered, for publication on a dedicated blog. Participants will also receive a full weekend festival pass to attend film events at Cinema Rediscovered as well as annual membership to MUBI's online viewing platform. Applications close midday Tuesday May 8th, for more info and to apply head here: https://www.watershed.co.uk/jobs-opportunities/cinema-rediscovered-film-critics-workshop?utm_source=&utm_medium=&utm_campaign= ... See more
A free two day talent development programme, reflecting on the state of things and things to come for film criticism and cinephilia in the UK and beyond.
We're all going to see this - hope to see you there!
https://www.facebook.com/btetheatre/posts/401579166933694 Hey guys, me and our theatre company, Beyond the Elephant, have put on a play called COLDHARBOUR LANE! It’s set in 1980s Brixton and focuses around what a community is. It’s on the 8th and 9th of March , at the PRSC!!! Get your tickets before it’s too late !!! ... See more
Happy valentines day y'all! If you love yourself remember to tune into BITNBs first ever radio show on Ujima today 12-2pm 98fm. Our hosts Vanessa, Kelly, Yasmin and Jazz will be chatting about all things love and Wakanda, you ain't gonna wanna miss this!❤️❤️❤️ ... See more
It’s official. This is THE BLACKEST WEEK of the year so far, and it’s only Tuesday! If you’re wondering why, let’s break it down: 1. It’s Black Panther Week™ 2. It’s American Black History Month and we can feel the LOVE on this side of the pond. 3. BITNB IS DEBUTING ITS RADIO SHOW TOMORROW. That’s right y’all. We’re finna snatch your edges… and give you LIFE. We will be reviewing the films and tv shows of 2017 and 2018 (so far) yes that includes a BLACK PANTHER REVIEW!! Tune in to Ujima Radio 98fm from 12-2pm!! ... See more
Oh wow - have you guys seen this? Bristol Cable's Cable Media Lab 2018 is running a short course on journalism! They've got 10 introductory sessions in the fundamentals of quality journalism with sessions from the Guardian's Gary Younge, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and more. Participants will work in teams to make a mini-series on an important issue. Application deadline is 12th of February. https://thebristolcable.org/medialab-18/ ... See more
A free course with some of the best journalists in the UK, February 2018 - June 2018
Our friends over at Crack Magazine are hosting the incredible Kelela and we're all going hope to see you there x
ON SALE NOW Following a stupendous year where her experimental RnB sound was distilled into one body of work in the form of her critically acclaimed debut LP, ‘Take Me Apart’, Simple Things are excited to be welcoming Kelela to Bristol in February 2018 for her first ever headline show in the city. Released through Warp Records, ‘Take Me Apart’ featured highly in end-of-year lists by Crack Magazine, Noisey, The Quietus, Complex and Vulture. The boundary-pushing album showcased Kelela’s futurist post-genre vision with addictive, progressive pop songs produced by likes of Arca, Jam City and Kelela herself – merging the innovations of electronic music with the serene sensuality of RnB. 14+ ... See more
We've just announced our incredible panel for the Re-imagining Black Britain for Black millennials panel and interactive workshop next Thursday. Sign up to the waiting list ASAP! https://www.facebook.com/events/144633842989602/?ti=as ... See more
PEOPLE! University of Bristol, Bristol SU and Bristol24/7 are looking to gather the 100 most inspirational and influential BAME Bristolians. Nominations are *OPEN* please nominate YOURSELF or friend that lives, works or studies in Bristol! We will be producing a beautiful publication followed by an amazing celebratory event at Wills Memorial Building in June! You have two things to do: 1. Nominate >> http://bit.ly/2DmrVDt 2. Share! Share! Share! Share! #BristolBMEPowerlist #Bristol https://www.bristol247.com/news-and-features/news/the-search-is-on-for-bristols-most-inspiring-black-and-minority-ethnic-people/RL ... See more
Join DabBristol - Character and Text for their second acting workshop! It is a unique workshop which explores a range of Black characters in Black British plays. Bringing characters to life through applying theatre techniques. It is also a culturally specific acting workshop for people of African and Caribbean descent. All welcome, from beginners to experienced actors! ... See more
Character and text: A Black Perspective DAB Bristol's second acting workshop. A unique workshop which explore a range of Black characters in Black British plays. Bring the characters to life through applying theatre techniques. A culturally specific acting workshop for people of African and Caribbean descent. All welcome, from beginners to experienced actors. What participants said about the first DAB workshop: 'Great warm-ups' - 'lovely facilitators' - 'knowledgeble workshop leader' - 'nice energy' - 'no pressure' - 'lovely venue'... £10 on the door For more information: send us a private message or text 07722 144542. ... See more
Wow - so we've got 10 tickets left for this do get yours soon!
What does it mean to be a Black millennial in Britain today? The political landscape in Britain has changed significantly and since 2013 there has been an upsurge of creative, radical, grassroots, and independent platforms taking space and providing a voice and representation for young black women in particular. We feel a new approach is needed to confront and challenge the growing oppression and marginalisation of the Black community, in all its variety and heterogeneity. We are bringing together some of the brightest young minds in Bristol to discuss questions like: - How can we liberate ourselves through education and decolonised histories? - How can we empower each other through starting and supporting Black-owned businesses? - How can we build as a community, whilst still dissecting our differences and the way those may impact our lived experiences in Britain? - What role can the arts play in our liberation, the archiving of our stories, and re-shifting the narrative, especially as Black poets, writers, filmmakers, and artists continue to shake the status quo online and offline? - How can we build a meaningful and inclusive movement? The event will consist of a 45-minute panel followed by a workshop/networking session where we delve further into these important topics and think about how we can work together better! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bristolitnb Or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org About the MAIN ‘Re-imagining Black Britain’ Conference: The 'Re-imagining Black Britain' Conference is a one-off collaboration between Black British platforms and organisations No Fly on the WALL, Sassy Tees, We Are Superwoman and Cultured Lens. The conference aims to bring together a wide range of attendees, speakers, facilitators, and performers for a day of inspiration, celebration, collaboration, and re-imagining. With panels exploring identity and Afro-futurism, arts and culture, business and enterprise, and of course networking and collaboration, as well as workshops hoping to inspire attendees to move ‘from idea to action’, we aim to provide attendees with the resources, energy, and space in which to Re-imagine Black Britain and our individual as well as collective place in it. The political landscape in Britain has changed significantly, particularly since 2013, when various grassroots and DIY organisations began. Since then there has been an upsurge of creative, radical, grassroots, and independent platforms taking space and providing a voice and representation for young black women in particular. We’d also like to highlight that we have made a conscious decision to hold the conference in Birmingham, rather than London, in the spirit of ‘Re-imagining’. We hope that decentring the capital and bringing our collective energy to a vibrant and upcoming city like Birmingham, which also has a significant population of people of Afro-Caribbean descent, will send a strong message about community building, intersectionality, and new approaches. The 'Re-imagining Black Britain' Conference will take place at Centrala Space, Birmingham, on Saturday 27th January 2018. You can find tickets for the Birmingham conference here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/re-imagining-black-britain-conference-2018-tickets-41598470144 ... See more
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