The British Urban Film Festival was formed in July 2005 to showcase urban and Black British independent cinema in the absence of any such state-sponsored activity in the UK. Supported by filmmakers and British actors, the organisation was set up by Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe MBE. Now in its 16th year, the festival distributes, exhibits and produces films. Search here for the latest selections.
A short comedy film about a disabled father and his son’s crazy attempt to buy drugs so that the dad can dance with his wife on her birthday… one last time. Based on the real-life revelation that ecstasy can temporarily alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. The film is inspired by Grant’s father, Bob who has lived with Parkinson’s for over 20 years.