Celebrating Black Filmmaking

Part 2

As Black History Month comes to an end we continue our celebration with more of our favourite films and where you can watch them. This diverse range of films that we have selected are celebrations of love, community and identity in its many forms. Recognising the richness and diversity of black communities all around the world through the medium of film.
Check out part 1 here.

Body Electric (2017)

An erotic tale of identity and sexuality set in modern day Brazil. BODY ELECTRIC, the feature debut by Marcelo Caetano captures the beauty and delicate excitement of sexual awakening, as seen through the intense colour and vibrancy of São Paulo.

Available to rent or buy on Peccadillo PlayerApple TVAmazon Prime 

Almost Saw the Sunshine (2017)

Rachel (Munroe Bergdorf) is a young aspiring transgender woman. After a series of encounters with a handsome man, she impulsively takes a chance on a one night stand, but where will it go from there?

Available to rent or buy on Peccadillo PlayerApple TVAmazon Prime 


Beautiful Something (2015)

Inspired by real-life experiences, BEAUTIFUL SOMETHING follows four men during one sublime night, as they comb the Philadelphia streets looking for a connection, they often settle for something quick and easy. However, tonight is much different.

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Leave It on the Floor (2011)

High flying and low down, LEAVE IT ON THE FLOOR is a one of a kind celebration – a gay African-American musical about finding your true family.

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White Colour Black

The debut feature film from British Nigerian filmmaker Joseph A. Adesunloye, WHITE COLOUR BLACK at its heart is about self-discovery and rediscovering home.

WHITE COLOUR BLACK will be available in the UK 2021