News 20 April 2016
Author: Caroline SM

Suli Breaks asks how do we preserve the culture?

Author Caroline SM
20 April 2016

Your Cinema is back on Wed 11th May bringing you some of the best independent UK films from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

Get your £5 tickets here.


Thinking Out Loud:

Written by UK rapper Haze The Truth, Thinking Out Loud explores a day in the life of someone stuck on the roads while trying to raise a family and torn between the life he’s known for years. An unexpected situation occurs which forces him to make a decision that could change the course of his life for good.
Director – Sheridan De Myers
Running Time – 17mins


A new craze is taking over London. With fights, deals and territorial warfare growing ever dangerous, it won’t be long until it’s out of control. ‘Crack’ follows Jay and his boys, B.H.S. (Brixton Hit Squad), in an expose of this troubling social epidemic.

Director/Producer – Peter King
Running Time – 12mins

More Hate Than Fear:

As a young man begins his 3½ year prison sentence for vandalism, he must attempt to cope with the struggles of his new life on the inside: sharing a cell with an aggressive murderer, being moved to high security, living 23 hours a day alone. An unlikely allay soon teaches him how to survive.

Director – Billy Boyd Cape
Running Time – 15mins

Directed by @Quasonmatthews
Sound Design by @Komenzmusic