Tag Archive: BAME

Watch madeTV’s new satirical webseries: The Studio

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Paul Khan is savage AF in the new Webseries, The Studio. Watch full episodes on http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg The participants of Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) have recently produced a web series entitled The Studio, touching on issues facing young people today using both modern day and historical examples that are relatable to the viewers. The main aim of this series is to show that diversity matters amongst communities within modern day society. Topics are covered in short episodes use satire to highlight the various diversity issues.  Blaise Singh, CEO of MADE, believes that The Studio demonstrates to the viewers the importance of the…

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Summer Holiday Activity Project

  8 months ago     15243 Views     Leave your thoughts  

During this summer holiday 2016 Make A Difference Entertainment worked with young BAME people from the Ealing borough to create five horror shorts during the holiday period.  With Funding from John Lyons who understood the work we are trying to do with young people to build employablity, community cohesion and help young BAME people into the media industry.   We had scripts already produced but brainstormed with the young people to develop them further as well as finding talented cast, crew, location, costumes and make up artist!  Sounds like a lot which it was but that was the buzz about…

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Funny Horror Short Film – Breakdown

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During the summer holiday Make A Difference Entertainment worked with young BAME people from the Ealing borough on a project to create five horror shorts during the holiday period.  We were sponsored by John Lyons who supported us to work with the young people to develop and enhance their skills. One of the horror shorts was 'Breakdown' which is about a woman who is on her way to an indian wedding alone when her car suddenly breaks down in the night. She is in a dark, deserted woods and her car just won't start.  She begins to panic and frantically…

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Shocking Horror Short – The Bed Bug

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During the summer holiday Make A Difference Entertainment worked with young BAME people from the Ealing borough on a project to create five horror shorts during the holiday period.  We were sponsored by John Lyons who supported us to work with the young people to develop and enhance their skills. For The Bed Bug we had our youngest cast member so it was important to focus on rehearsals to see what worked in getting the characters right for the short.  Trying to portray a alcoholic cruel mother and a young, neglected girl required different acting skills by our talented young…

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The Smiling Girl | Short Horror Film

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During the summer holiday young BAME people from the Ealing borough worked on MADE's film-making project. They created five horror shorts to be screened online. The Smiling Girl is about a girl who visits three men to seek revenge for running her over while intoxicated.  She haunts them at their workplace to deliver them their comeuppance. The Smiling Girl still resembles the little girl when her life was abruptly ended by the crime these three men committed, leaving her to fight for her life to the end.  She was denied growing up and seeing life to its full and is angry that…

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Hayes Community Matters – Part 2

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Welcome to the second episode of Hayes Community Matters 2. In this episode local community members tell MADE what they feel could be improved in their local area, as well as well as the different communities situated in Hayes whom they are unfamiliar with. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He683tR_LR0 What do you feel about the cross rail improvements being made in Hayes? What could be better? Feel free to join in the discussion below the video, we'd love to hear from you! Don’t forget to Subscribe, Like and Keep updated with MadeTV to be the first to know about new videos and many more…

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The Worst Stereotypes About People of Colour

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  Stereotypes have been injected in society since the existence of  ‘Stock types’ in film/TV. There are stereotypes for Asian people, for Black people, for people with blonde coloured hair. In fact there is probably a stereotype for pretty much every type of person you can think of. However, the problem with stereotypes is that they are often really offensive, overly exaggerated and mostly false assumptions about a ‘type’ of person. In this set of interviews,  a group of young people are asked ‘What are the worst stereotypes about People of Colour’. One person said the worst and very common…

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Homosexuality is a sin

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  A shocking truth was revealed mid week, when it was called to everyone attention that  Orlando shooter was actually a Gay man of Islamic faith himself. A question that has been raised by many this week is that was it the pressure of his faith and his sexuality being a sin that caused him to act out in such a way.   In this Agree or Disagree spectral lines episode of 'Homosexuality is a Sin',  the participants are called to explore their own opinions on a subject this controversy. This exercise challenges our viewers to rethink stereotypes and diversity and issues, concerning…

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People of colour discuss the lack of representation in Film and TV!

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In the UK and the US the creative industry have been largely criticised about the lack of BAME talent on our screens. This became so much of a problem earlier this year, that it birthed the hashtag, #OscarsSoWhite on Twitter and caused many famous actors such as Michael Moore, Will Smith and Ava DuVernay to boycott the event. In this set of interviews, young people discuss their opinion on the matter, talking about the well known notion that Black actors always seem to die first in films and Asian actors are usually cast in a very stereotypical light. They also discuss the…

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Orlando Massacre & ‘Worst stereotypes about Gays’/ ‘Straight guys go gay’ Interviews!

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This week's shocking massacre have shook the LGBT community greatly, as a young man took to a Gay night club to target civilians because of their chosen sexuality. President Barack Obama referred to the crime as "an act of terror and an act of hate". The media has chosen the shooters choice of faith 'Islam' as a focal point, however there are extremists of every faith who make wrong decisions. Many people do not agree with the LGBT lifestyle, however a life is still a life and a soul is still a soul, thus meaning that whether or not we…

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