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Not to be left behind in the comic book-to-movie juggernaut, DC Films will build on its own franchise to bring us Birds Of Prey. It’s rumoured that the narrative will focus on Black Canary’s troubled family life.
As we get ready to welcome the next level of MCU story building, Disney reveals more characters to be added to the much-anticipated sequel to Black Panther which starred the late Chadwick Boseman as the titular hero.
As part of its acknowledgement of the UK’s October Black History Month, ITV programmes a documentary that tries to pinpoint ‘Britishness’ and its application to Black Britons. Empire’s Child will be presented by popular journalist, Charlene White.
BAFTA has revealed that it pledges to improve diversity within its membership after the release of the results of its membership survey. Currently 37% for its members are women, 12.2% are from ‘BAME’ communities, 5.3% are disabled and 9.7% are LGBTQI+.
“…So many black mixed people like myslef have come out to America becasue the opportunities just weren’t there for us…”
Listen to our latest Insight to Industry podcast with Radiate Festival founder Wendy Cummins.
Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Tik-Tok, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, WeChat, WhatsApp. Social media channels are plenty and, the numbers are still growing as the Internet adapts and changes according to our usage. Things were once much simpler. As what we...
John Boyega is up for 'Best Actor' for his part in the BBC co-produced 'Small Axe' in the BAFTA telly awards. Michaela Coel's 'I May Destroy You' is up for BAFTA telly awards.The 2021 BAFTA TV nominations are in and here’s our brief rundown of what’s up. Film director...
As Women Of The Lens branches out into providing social media management services, we begin a series featuring social media hacks to help you get started with your online content journey.Keeping social media content fresh, current and informed can be frustrating for...
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Women Of The Lens was created to reveal the complexity, diversity and multiplicities of black women and women of colour. We'll work with productions to change perceptions and practice.