This film is currently unavailable
Through spoken word poetry coupled with evocative images, Dudu explores the issue of colourism and its effects on self-identity.
Proud to be part of
Dudu means Black in Yoruba. This experimental documentary focuses on the effect colourism can have on one's sense of self, and the importance of representation on screen. An unseen narrator delivers a spoken word poem while evocative and striking imagery flashes into view, showing the many sides of contemporary blackness. Dudu is a joyous and beautiful celebration of black skin in all its complexions.
Action and Adventure 1923 28 mins Silent Location: Tilbury
Plotting world domination, Devil Doctor Fu-Manchu steals plans for a new aero-torpedo in this earliest surviving thrill-a-minute serial instalment.
Inside Film 2024 16 mins
Filmmakers Jane Giles and Ali Catterall discuss their documentary Scala!!!, revisiting the legendary and inspirational cinema venue and some of the most notorious films that screened there.
Drama 2023 2 mins
A group of young Black boys run into a building. One of them is about to do the unimaginable.
Romance 2023 2 mins
A queercore romance - a visceral and immersive exploration of the power of the mosh pit and finding love in the most unlikely of places.
Charity appeal 1939 10 mins
Long thought lost, this Powell-directed promotional short for a veteran’s charity was only rediscovered in 2003.
Documentary 1941 6 mins
A poignant, stirring letter from a recently deceased pilot to his mother is read by John Gielgud.