The UK Hip-Hop group N-Dubz will headline the British Urban Film Festival’s broadcast coverage on Community Channel in April. The four-time MOBO winners, who got together as teenagers, are the subject of a documentary, which followed the band when they first started out in their career over a decade ago.
‘Before they were Dubz’, directed by film journalist Jessie Grace Mellor, is the centrepiece of the “BUFF Presents…” strand premiering on Community Channel on Saturday April 21, which also includes ‘The Holiday’, directed by Ida Akesson, ‘Special Delivery’, directed by Geoff Searle and starring Kamara Bacchus and Aml Ameen, who also directs ‘Drink, Drugs & KFC’, which completes the line-up.
“BUFF Presents…” will debut on Community Channel in its’ peak-time weekend schedule. The 4 featured films were previously screened at the British Urban Film Festival (also known by the acronym BUFF), now in its’ 7th year and a regular autumn fixture on the London arts scene.
“BUFF Presents…”is being brought to *Community Channel by Jasmine Dotiwala, executive producer and Alex Kann, editor of TV & Online at Community Channel.
“BUFF Presents…” starts on Saturday April 21 at 9.00pm (repeated Sunday April 22).
*Sky channel 539/Virgin Media 233