TV Preview: Fresh Cuts
for a preview of ITV’s Fresh Cuts strand, to see highlights of films
from five rising Black filmmakers. Louise Coleman, Yemi Adegbulu, Daniel
Dempster, Jason Osborne and David Adeyemi were commissioned to create the films
for the strand, their first full length, network 60-minute documentary for ITV.
The five films will air on ITV during Black History Month (3 – 30 October) and cover a range of topics capturing Black Britishness. Jason Osborne’s film, Our Jubilee, presents an alternative social history of Britain through the stories of Black Britons in the Queen's Jubilee years, Louise Coleman’s film The Bottom Line explores the popularity of Brazilian butt lift surgery and Yemi Adegbulu delves into tattoos in black culture in The Ink Life. Daniel Dempster is the creator of Everyone Can Rap in which everyday people are taught to rap to help express themselves and David Adeyemi has created a documentary, Black British and Basketball (working title) following the journey of two basketball players and their teams.
The Fresh Cuts strand was commissioned by Factual Entertainment Commissioning Editor Satmohan Panesar. The producer/directors have been housed at Multistory Media, part of ITV Studios, with support and training from the ITV Creative Diversity team. The Executive Producer is Lara Akeju.
Running time: Approx. 90 minutes
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