RYE LANE: A rom-com for the ages

RYE LANE: A rom-com for the ages

A rom-com for ages, Rye Lane comes from the brilliant minds of writers Nathan Bryon and Tom Melia and director Raine Allen-Miller. Judging from the trailer alone, South London has never looked so playful and vibrant!  Rye Lane

Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globes speech highlights the challenges of aging in Hollywood

Michelle Yeoh’s Golden Globes speech highlights the challenges of aging in Hollywood

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ stormed cinemas worldwide in 2022 with its genre-bending approach and chaotic style behind a profound yet simple, philosophical message.  Over six months after its release, viewers still

Exploring Mental Health and Belonging as themes in Film this January

Exploring Mental Health and Belonging as themes in Film this January

A chance to shine a light on topics otherwise left under the radar on public platforms; independent short films I Need To Talk To God (Elisha Tawe, 2023), Weirdo (3D, 2023), and Nexus (Chris Godwin, 2022) premiere this

REDEYE: a monthly dose of eclectic films and creative conversation

REDEYE: a monthly dose of eclectic films and creative conversation

REDEYE is where you go for a monthly dose of eclectic non-western focused films. Unlike your local Cinema, our screening nights hit different. We will refresh your creative palette with films from

In conversation with Letitia Wright on grief,  joy, energy preservation and more in Wakanda Forever: Black Panther

In conversation with Letitia Wright on grief, joy, energy preservation and more in Wakanda Forever: Black Panther

Guyanese-British rising star Letitia Wright shines forth as the leading character in Ryan Coogler’s second Black Panther movie. Born in Georgetown Guayana but raised in the streets of North London, Letitia has

In conversation with Ryan Coogler director of Wakanda Forever: Black Panther

In conversation with Ryan Coogler director of Wakanda Forever: Black Panther

At the age of 36 the African American filmmaker and producer from Oakland, California directed the world’s first black African-based Marvel movies featuring the best of black talent for its cast. From

The WE ARE SOUL Story Is One Of Connection Beyond Borders & Genres

The WE ARE SOUL Story Is One Of Connection Beyond Borders & Genres

A platform dedicated to connecting music and art lovers, We Are Soul has been a space for lovers of poetry, lo-fi, neo soul and R&B music since their beginnings in 2015.

The beauty of collaboration, two films from emerging directors, Kemi and Safeen

The beauty of collaboration, two films from emerging directors, Kemi and Safeen

Kemi Anna and Safeen James met in 2021 while working as Content Producers at a social media agency ‘OK COOL’ and after finding common ground in their love for their Nigerian heritage

Girlhood Unfiltered – the ground-breaking book creating space for the authentic voices of young Black girls to be heard

Girlhood Unfiltered – the ground-breaking book creating space for the authentic voices of young Black girls to be heard

This October, GUAP had the great privilege of meeting Ebinehita Iyere's Milk Honey Bees, young girls from across London who have come together to leave a literary legacy, narrating and documenting the

Faith Trade, a tale of two clashing worlds

Faith Trade, a tale of two clashing worlds

Raphael Boamah-Asare continues to visually command attention with his narrative realism cinematography in this ode to black manhood in the UK. In his latest piece, Faith Trade, Boamah-Asare dives into the world

Emerging Director, Destinie presents ‘A Kind of Woman’, her ode to plus-sized Black Women in Fashion

Emerging Director, Destinie presents ‘A Kind of Woman’, her ode to plus-sized Black Women in Fashion

Courageous, confident, and purely unstoppable; the ‘Luxurious Woman’ finds herself at the peak of her potential. With the world at her feet, she takes extravagance to new heights which appears nonsensical to

Are we past the need for representation in film and TV?

Are we past the need for representation in film and TV?

We're living in a time of firsts. Many of the faces that we see on our screens are making huge strides to represent their communities, so do we still need representation in