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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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Snog Marry Avoid? MADETV brings you Fuck Marry Kill!

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  Forget Snog Marry Avoid? MadeTV rivals BBC three’s beauty programme, and brings to you the unapologetically frank Fuck, Marry or Kill?! In this interview, a set of young people are faced with the question:  ‘Would you Fuck, Marry, or Kill the Kardashians?’ Let's face it, the Kardashians are the youth of today’s take on the Royal Family, and Kim? Well she’d be the people’s much more flexible Queen Elizabeth.                       Watch this humorous clip, where one lad would marry Kylie despite the the very likely possibility of a lip explosion VS.…

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Disaster Dates: Naveena KB shares her experience!

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Working with Made in Hayes, I have been able to explore my hidden talent. Especially with script writing, which I have always had a keen interest since childhood. However working on sets when I was younger, I ended up modelling for many years and lost sight in script writing. The Made in Hayes project has got me back into script writing and I started writing. As I am at that stage where my friends and family are getting married, I am getting this immense pressure to start looking for someone. Which I have over the years and have been astonished the amount of crazy characters I have met along…

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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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MadeTV introduces the ‘Most Likely To Be …’ series!

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   MadeTV brings to you ‘Most likely to be …’ This new series challenges  a group of mixed individuals to do the exact thing we have been told not to do all of our lives. ‘Judge a book by it’s cover’.  This lighthearted series consists of a group of 5-8 strangers who are are asked one compelling question in each episode. "Who in this room is the most likely to be racist?" "Who is most likely to be gay?" And many more.  In this setting, they are asked to order themselves in ranking, from left to right representing ‘Most likely’ to ‘Least…

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MADE up for a community award & Blaise Singh nominated for NOT ONE but TWO National Diversity Awards!!!

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  Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) and MADE’s founder, Blaise Singh has been nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards! The organisation itself  has been nominated for the Community Organisation award and MADE’s founder, Blaise Singh has been nominated for the Positive Role Model award and Entrepreneur of Excellence award at The 2016 National Diversity Awards. https://youtu.be/0MVg99N8O6I The ceremony celebrates some of the excellent and inspiring achievements of positive role models and community organisations from across the UK. The awards aim to recognise nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability,gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation. Creative Skillset findings reveal that London is over…

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#BlackGirlMagic

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With Essence magazines’ #BlackGirlMagic Class of 2016 February cover, 2016 may be the year for black females to get the recognition they deserve. 2016 has already started with a bang. Beyonce dropped her song Formation, where she unapologetically owned and celebrated her blackness. Her performance at the Super Bowl played homage to the Black Panthers and celebrated black culture. It brought racial politics and Afro-American history to the world stage. We also have Jada Pinkett Smith calling for an Oscars Boycott this year. The Academy failed to nominate any black actors, despite films like Creed, Beast of No Nations and…

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New online TV shows coming soon

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Participants from the MADE in Hayes project have created their own online TV shows! We knew the MADE in Hayes project would be a great way to bring the local people together, but we could never have imagined that they'd be such a talented bunch. By attending regular Saturday sessions participants have been able to collaborate with professionals and other creatives to develop new skills and enhance what they already know about media production. Lead facilitator Blaise Singh said 'I'm just blown away by the sheer passion and…

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Make A Difference Entertainment awarded funding for 2 year online TV project: MADE in HAYES

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Make A Difference Entertainment - a charitable film, TV and online production company based in West London has been awarded funding from the People's Heath Trust, Lloyds Bank and the School For Social Entrepreneurs to run a community cohesion project in Hayes, Hillingdon. Starting in October 2015 the project will run for two years where local residents will collaborate to make programmes for the MADE in HAYES online TV channel. MADE in HAYES runs sessions every Saturday at the Townfield Community Centre, Townfield Square, Hayes, UB3 2EL from 10am – 6pm. After leading video production workshops Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE)…

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