The New Black Film Collective (TNBFC) is a nationwide network of film exhibitors, educators and programmers of Black representation on screen.

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TNB London presents... 

A MOVING IMAGE

Thursday, 18 May 2017 @ 8.30pm
Followed by a Q&A with Cast & Crew

A Moving Image is an award-winning multimedia feature film about gentrification in Brixton, incorporating fiction, documentary and performance art. We follow Nina, a young stifled artist, as she returns to her community after a long absence – where she is soon painted as a symbol of gentrification. As she struggles with her own complicity, we follow her mission to create a piece of art that can bring her community together. On her journey we speak to real people affected by gentrification in Brixton, blurring the line between reality and fiction.


Dir: Shola Amoo
Cast: Tanya Fear, Hussina Raja, Aki Omoshaybi 
Cert: 15
Dur: 1hr 14mins
Film Starts: 8.30pm 
Panel: Shola Amoo and Tanya Fear

Venue: Stratford East Picturehouse





If you would like to screen your short or feature film at TNB Film Club, email info@tnbfc.co.uk

WHAT WE DO

FILM SCREENINGS
TNBFC and its members host a myriad of film festivals, film clubs and special seasons influenced by African Diaspora at venues across the country.

CONSULTANCY
We provide advice and support on programming African, Caribbean and diasporic film, as well as event management, training, audience development and diversity issues.

P.R. & MARKETING
Our PR team handle campaigns and previews for UK cinema and home entertainment releases of Black film content. Previous titles include The Birth of a Nation, Southside With You, The Hard Stop, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution & The Perfect Guy. 

DISTRIBUTION
We launched our distribution arm with the theatrical release of Dear White People in 2015 and aim to acquire more titles that tell untold stories. 

EDUCATION
We design teaching and learning materials on Black film, and deliver training for schools, colleges, cinemas, cultural centres and other organisations across the country.

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