Black films on the agenda in the UK.

The UK’s leading Marketing/PR & Film Exhibition specialist of urban films is back with the renowned film club that put black films on the agenda here in the UK. With 17 Years’ experience of creating a platform for mainstream and independent urban films, entertaining urban communities in various cities across the UK, the Kush ‘Film Boutique’ is back after a two year hiatus with a series of socially conscious film events designed to create awareness, inspire debate & provide great networking leading to inspired and compelling positive action in seeking a better world for all. Kush: Making a Difference in the Community since 1998!
Kush Films is proud to announce the relaunch of the ‘Film Boutique’ at one of the oldest & prestigious cinemas in London with a UK exclusive screening of the powerful and poignant documentary film 3 ½ Minutes, 10 Bullets a film specifically chosen for these troubled times. #BlackLivesMatter This event is in association with new partner Choices Consortium and film courtesy of Dogwoof Films.
There will be great networking & press opportunities prior to the film plus a special guest panel discussion after the film with invited guest speakers from the fields of: Media, Music, Legal, Community & Politics., discussing the US Stand Your Ground Laws, young black men and rap music today, fear of young black men, black lives matter campaigns, deaths in UK police custody and the ongoing Mark Duggan police shooting case. After film discussion facilitated by partners Choices Consortium.
Date: Thursday 24th September 2015 Event starts: 7.00pm – Networking and Press
Film Starts: 8.15pm – 10.00pm
After-film Panel Discussion: Fear of the young black male? – 10.00pm – 11.00pm Special Guest Host:
Actress Ms Ellen Thomas (Eastenders, Rev, Teachers) Invited Guest Speakers: Stafford Scott (Race Advocacy Officer), Gwenton Sloley (Author, Youth Policy Adviser), Jon Hughes (Editor of Nigerian Watch Newspaper), Koby Hagan aka Post (CEO of, Christian Weaver (Young Social Commentator). *This event is supported by: Choices Consortium, The Voice Newspaper & Operation Black Vote.