BCC - FILM FRIDAY - THINGS NEVER SAID (confirmed date)

  • February 14, 2014 · 8:00 PM
  • THE PHEONIX CENTER

THINGS NEVER SAID (2013) 

Director: Charles Murray

Writer: Charles Murray

Genre: Drama

Starring: Shanola Hampton, Elimu Nelson, Omari Hardwick |

Running time: 112 min

Cert:18

KALINDRA STEPNEY (Kal) is an emerging spoken-word poetess, someone who willingly speaks her thoughts, but she's an artist who has yet to find her voice. A native of California, Kal has dreams of taking her poems to New York and the infamous Nuyorican stage. Haunted by a miscarriage and saddled with RONNIE, a husband who's angry and without direction - he uses his fists as a form of speech, Kal tries desperately to find an outlet for her struggling voice.


see trailer: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br0lYKSvffU


Showing Friday 14th February 2014

The Pheonix Centre

73 Oxford Street

London W1D 2EP

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Doors open at 7:00pm Film starts at 8:00pm  

Admission £5


Buses: 
Alternative No[masked] for further info. 
PLEASE NOTE drinks and food can ONLY be purchased from premises. 


*It's that after work, before rave Friday flick, so bring your crew to enjoy our diverse range of movies with stories and people of African descent being the centre of attention.* 



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  • Elaine B.

    It was an excellent film - that's a good start for me with it being my first time. The only thing I would say is that it was a little too loud the volume which meant that there were lines I could not hear.

    2 · February 15, 2014

  • Funke Alero N.

    That was a beautiful movie well worth the trek and battling wind and rain from Essex. This movie remains me of neo soul in that it spoke to my sprit and I keep replaying bits of it in my head, took me back to seeing She's Got To Have It, my quest continues to get a copy.

    1 · February 15, 2014

  • Marie-Lyne

    Sorry, I had to vanish so quickly afterwards. I enjoyed the film. Though there is a happy ending, there is an element of domestic violence in the film, as mentioned by Tendai. The female lead was beautifully played... and well, what can I say about the brother with whom she eventually fell in love with at the end. More of those sensitive, sensible guys needed:)...and yes, alright, it didn't hurt that he was an eye candy. That film might even have been a nice one to be followed by a debate...

    1 · February 15, 2014

  • Jide

    My memory isn't as good as it ought to be so those of you I can remember like Marie-Lyne, Tokes, Selima, Omoye, Remi, Elaine, Vashti, Funke, and anyone else I've failed to mention, a massive thank you for a lovely evening. The Brotha who called me to say him and his partner were rounding off their evening by watching the film with us, we are honoured. Thank you.

    1 · February 15, 2014

  • Selima

    I really enjoyed this movie. High hopes that the next one will be just as good.

    2 · February 14, 2014

    • Jide

      Glad you enjoyed the film Selima.

      February 15, 2014

  • Jide

    Tendai, the film is about a woman in search of her dream. It is not about domestic violence.

    February 14, 2014

  • Tendai

    Am I correct to say this film is about Domestic Violence? Not the most uplifting theme for Valentines - a day which may be lonely for some - but I trust it's a good and positive film all the same? X

    1 · February 14, 2014

  • Jide

    Our partnership agreement with The Mella Centre Management was that we'd raise awareness of their business centre and we chose to offer free entry, for a limited period. Like any growing concern our model is based on providing a quality service that our members will invest in. If our community wishes to ensure we continue to experience seeing the wealth of stories celebrating ourselves on our terms, we have to start spending in African owned institutions. BCC charge £5 The Vue charge £11:50 and then some. We programme a wealth of black films and reinvest our own and box office back into realising African ownership of exhibiting space and film distribution. The Vue programmes the same typical stories and gives nothing back to the African community. Those who do not wish to support and invest in developing something for themselves and future generations, this club is simply not for them. Those who do and want to be entertained and can network/ make friends too. This is for them.

    5 · February 9, 2014

    • Tendai

      £5 was the donation I'd make on the free nights and this worthy cause at £5 is excellent value for money. It's great to know it's being invested back within our community- really really warm to this venue!

      February 14, 2014

  • Tizzy

    Hello. Do we pay the fees at the door?

    1 · February 13, 2014

    • Dee T.

      Yes you do. Welcome in advance if you are a first timer.

      1 · February 13, 2014

  • Jide

    Hey Beloved. The FILM FRIDAY series has been just one of the concepts we've been meaning to implement for some time now but never found the right location/venue.

    1 · February 9, 2014

  • Beloved

    Blessed Greetings One and all,

    Jide, I have just notice that there is a fee. I thought you were not looking to have a set fee for your film nights has this change because of the management of the Pheonix? I do think it is a good idea, we will just have to see who turns up. I hope and pray that people will come out to support what your doing and realize that their money is going to a worthy cause.

    Blessings

    3 · February 9, 2014

  • Carol C.

    Hello BCC Members
    I am so sorry I have not been active on the Meetup group, but I have been behind the scenes watching and trying to sort out things. I am one of the organisers of BCC you may have seen me at registration...Yep the one with the registration book.

    I am also the social media person for BCC and besides getting acquainted with you all, I just wanted to let you know about are other groups. As you know we have a BCC group and page on Facebook, but did you know we are also on Twitter our twitter hashtag is #blackcinemaclub, we also have a Linkedin Group called Black Cinema Club, I would love you all to join. Please remember to use the hashtag when you want to say anything about BCC or during the movie and Q&A sessions to let friends know how you're enjoying the night.

    If you have any problems finding us on Twitter and Linkedin please let us know.

    Thanks again and I look forward to meeting you all on Friday 14th February at Film Friday.

    Have a blessed evening

    Carol

    2 · February 7, 2014

  • Marie-Lyne

    Yeepiiie!!! So, the Phoenix has risen from the ashes (so to speak). Long may it live. Looking forward to next Friday.

    4 · February 6, 2014

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