Tag: Adam Deacon

Anuvahood [Revolver Entertainment]

Anuvahood [Revolver Entertainment]

With urban youth culture proving to be an increasingly popular theme of exploration throughout the narrative of today’s British film and entertainment media, it’s inevitable that a tongue-in-cheek, more comedic approach would eventually seem a worthwhile endeavour for potential film distributors. Television’s already seen recent farcical attempts with such shows as, the moderately successful, Phone Shop on Channel 4, and BBC’s utterly deplorable Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show.

Kidulthood To Adulthood

Kidulthood To Adulthood

"You can go from Kidulthood to Adulthood / Now I must act like an adult would / React like an adult should" - Bashy’s words, yet again laying down the truth as he talks about the common mindset that comes with the final stages of adolescence. Two years ago the critically acclaimed “Kidulthood” came as the first real representation of the 21st century British youth lifestyle.

Adulthood Soundtrack CD [Altered Ego]

Adulthood Soundtrack CD [Altered Ego]

Noel Clarke (Kidulthood, Doctor Who, Auf Wiedersehen Pet, West 10 LDN) returns as Sam Peel, picking up his story six years after Kidulthood, 2006’s critically acclaimed portrayal of life for 21st century teens. Alongside Noel Clarke, Adulthood re-unites several of Kidulthood’s cast including Adam Deacon (West 10 LDN, Sugarhouse, Ali G Inda House), Femi Oyeniran and Cornell S. John (The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian).

Dubplate Drama And ChildLine Link Up

Dubplate Drama And ChildLine Link Up

Urban music drama series, Dubplate Drama, has been re commissioned by Channel 4 and MTV to produce 12 half hour episodes for an autumn 2007 airing. The world’s first viewer led interactive multi platform television show which premiered in 2005 on Sony Playstation’s PSP will be shown on Channel 4, E4, 4 On Demand, MTV UK One, MTV Base, MySpace and all mobile networks from Thursday September 20th.

Kidulthood the movie

Kidulthood the movie

Kidulthood is a mixed bag. Probably the best of its sort so far. Rage having been pissed on from a great height and better than Bullet Boy. This film by Menhaj Huda follows a day in the life of a group of London school kids as they cope with the effects of bullying.