DJs & Discussions Ep 6: Black Representation in British Film & Television

The historic absence of Black British creators in TV and film has meant the stories have been told by those who see us as “different” and this has led to an absence of Black people being shown inhabiting spaces of joy, the everyday, the surreal, the fantastical.

Come join Adeyemi Michael, Adjoa Andoh, Melissa Terrelonge and Anne Mensah in conversation about the importance of multiple narratives and the destructiveness of a single story narrative that focuses predominantly on pain, violence and catastrophe within the Black community.

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