Features & Reviews

The British Blacklist Gets All Brand New!

We’ve had a makeover! For up to date latest news, reviews, interviews, social commentary about your favourite British Black creative talent, and family of the Diaspora doing amazing things around the globe go to:... read more

Susan Wokoma Talks Being a Demon Hunter in New E4 Comedy-Horror Series Crazyhead

Having watched one episode of Crazyhead, what stands out is Ms Wokoma is a bloody good actress with great comedy timing. read more

Award-Winning Playwright Theresa Ikoko Talks About New Play ‘Girls’

This play makes you laugh and makes you cry, but most importantly it makes you think, about the world we are living in today and what do we do to change it. I recommend... read more

Review: ’76’ First Nollywood Film to Premiere at Both Toronto and London Film Festivals

76 is Nollywood Romantic Love Story, set during the socio-political backdrop of the Nigerian Civil war, that manages to show the purity and power of the love between two souls, tackling adversity at all... read more

Riann Steele Talks Being the Not So Pretty Best Friend in E4’s Crazyhead

Riann Steele is one of the cast of new E4 / Netflix series collaboration Crazyhead a brand new comedy horror series about love, friendship and facing your demons. read more

#LFF2016 Slow-Burning And Contemplative, ‘Arrival’ Is A Film of Hope

A linguist is recruited by the military to assist in translating alien communications and finds herself in a race against time to ascertain whether the beings pose a threat or a boon to mankind,... read more

Entrepreneur Bianca Miller Talks Tights & Business with TBB

Bianca Miller, was already a successful businesswoman when she appeared on our screens in series 10 of BBC's The Apprentice in 2014. Although she made it to the finals of The Apprentice, Miller... read more

Idriss Kargbo Cast as ‘Boq’ in Wicked Talks Career, Destiny & The Other Idris!

Speaking to Idriss Kargbo was an enjoyable moment of inspiration. Only 20 years old, Mr Kargbo has already had quite an extensive career in musical theatre. read more

Ava DuVernay’s “The 13th” Exposes America Still Getting Rich From Slavery #LFF2016

The 13th is an in-depth look at the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution which outlawed slavery, but left a loophole which has been exploited since 'liberation' to perpetuate the enslavement of... read more

#LFF2016 Review of Kasper Collins’ Jazz Feature ‘I Called Him Morgan’

I Called Him Morgan is a highly engrossing biopic, and as a jazz fan, it was refreshing to see a more intimate portrait of Morgan's life. He may not have been as recognised as... read more

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