Busy, busy, Its going to be an exciting 2014!


21.03.14 Hello Film Lovers, I hope all is well and good, Do we have some good film news for you! Good to be finally communicating with you as it’s been such a busy 2014 already and wow it’s almost the end of March already – this year has just raced along and we here at Kush have just about noticed; as right now we are in film heaven and work overload. We are currently working on the marketing for two big new films which we want to tell you all about and hopefully you will decide to go and see them yourselves and also give us your feedback once seen. The first film is STARRED UP (18) a very, very serious new British film depicting a startling view of prison life and how it affects young people (our young people), watching this film made me suddenly become thoughtful about all […]

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Marlon Speak’s


12.12.13 Hi Everyone, Hope this finds you in good health and a streak of productivity (getting things done & moving forward in life)! Thank you to all those that responded to our “BLACK NATIVITY” Gala-Screening offer and sorry I could not accommodate all, but as stated in my response email to all those that applied – there will be other screenings I will gladly invite you to – next time reply earlier some of you were well late! Anyway; I hope you like the all-new www.kushfilms.com website and you making use of the site – as of next week there will be a list of new and classic DVDs for sale in the new online store. We are also looking for additionally new products to sell – so if you have anything like books, indie films, Cd’s, Arts & Craft Products then please let us know? Kush is also looking […]

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Speaking to the City of Birmingham – Film Boutique 22 Nov 2013


  09.11.13 Hey Members and Friends & Supporters, I hope life is treating you well and you are making headway in life whilst enjoying peace, love & happiness. We are about to enter the last screening for the ‘Film Boutique’ on Friday 20th November 2013 at The Drum. When I first started this venture I knew that it was going to be hard work to make this a successful venture, but not as hard as I have now realised. On the journey I have met new friends, discovered new talent and gained the support of members of the Birmingham public, so whilst the venture has not been great in profitability it has been worthwhile investigating the business model needed to widen the exhibition network for the successful distribution of urban/black films. Believe me I have learnt a lot and whilst the venture again has not been a total success, the […]

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