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Disaster Dates - Instagram Freak
 
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Naveena is excited for her new date Abdul - who she met on Instagram. But when he turns up he's obsessed with taking selfies and riddled with insecurity. Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in Hayes project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make programmes. Supported by the People's Health Trust. Produced by Naveena KB & Blaise Singh. Starring: Naveena KB and Ben Ah-Time If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 628 madeTV
It's OK Not To Be OK | Body Image Short Film
 
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A short film about how low self-esteem affects a teenage girl. Created by participants in the MADE in HESTON WEST project - where local young people work with a film-maker to create social action videos. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a snapshot of diversity and community issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 975 madeTV
Happy Holidays From All at MADE in HESTON WEST
 
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Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year - from all participants at MADE in HESTON WEST. Special thanks to our partners: Heston West Community Partnership, Heston West Big Local & Groundwork South for supporting this project. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 288 madeTV
Gay Horror Short | In The Closet - Halloween 2017
 
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A rejected man goes on Grindr only to find a closeted man who's a lot closer than he thinks. Watch on Halloween 2017! This short film was one of five made by BAME young people on the Make A Difference Entertainment 'Summer Holiday Activity Project'. Special thanks to John Lyon's Charity for funding this project. Happy Halloween! ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 3874 madeTV
Southall On Film - Documentary
 
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Southall On Film Documentary - Produced & Directed by Blaise Singh & Afshin Robin Rohani One distinct community in West London is home to waves of migrations from South Asia that make it one of the most diverse towns in the UK. "Southall on Film" is a year long heritage project that explores the relationship between the town's South Asian community and film. Through research, conducting interviews with life-long Southall residence and making films inspired by their stories - a group of young people discovered a South Asian legacy in Southall that they never knew about.
Views: 1616 madeTV
Free Your Mind | Short Film
 
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Short film about a being unable to escape from his mental illness. Written, directed and starring Farris Simmons - a participant on the MADE in HAYES project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make online TV content. Special thanks to People's Health Trust for funding this project. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 228 madeTV
Funny Horror Short Film | Breakdown - Halloween 2017
 
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On the way to a wedding a woman's car breaks down and she's tormented by a monster who lurks in the woods. Watch on Halloween 2017! Starring Natasha Varsandani as Stranded Woman Daya Bharj as Creature This short film was one of five made by BAME young people on the Make A Difference Entertainment 'Summer Holiday Activity Project'. Special thanks to John Lyon's Charity for funding this project. Happy Halloween! ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 716 madeTV
Shocking Horror Short | The Bed Bug
 
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A neglected girl takes revenge on her alcoholic mother. This short film was one of five made by BAME young people on the Make A Difference Entertainment 'Summer Holiday Activity Project'. Watch on Halloween 2017! Special thanks to John Lyon's Charity for funding this project. Happy Halloween! To get involved with MADE projects: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1808 madeTV
Disturbing Horror Short | The Smiling Girl - Halloween 2017
 
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The smiling girl visits 3 men who killed her in a drink driving hit and run accident. Watch on Halloween 2017! Starring Laraib Waheed as Dead Girl Rishi Nair as Juggy Seelan Gunaseelan as Receptionist Major Singh as Security Guard This short film was one of five made by BAME young people on the Make A Difference Entertainment 'Summer Holiday Activity Project'. Special thanks to John Lyon's Charity for funding this project. Happy Halloween! To get involved with MADE projects: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 5557 madeTV
Disaster Dates - The Narcissist
 
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Ever met someone who just talks and talks about themselves. Naveena's last date is one of them. Can she get away before he talks her to death? Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in Hayes project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make programmes. Supported by the People's Health Trust. Produced by Naveena KB. Starring: Naveena KB and Daval Patel If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 629 madeTV
People of Colour Discuss Representation In Film And TV
 
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The creative industries of London are massively under-represented considering London is almost 50% Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1854 madeTV
Londoners Discuss How Racist Are People Of Colour
 
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Racism sucks. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 183 madeTV
The Race Card | Racism Themed Short Film
 
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Directed by Ben Ah-Time A man starts a new job where he receives a greeting card that he can't ignore. This short film was created by participants on our 'Films For Change' project that aims to increase their career readiness and an opportunity to increase understanding about minority groups.
Views: 88 madeTV
Hounslow Girls Gone Wild
 
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A sketch about Hounslow girls Starring Raagni Sharma and Simran Hunjun. Video by Afshin Rohani (flee.life). If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 7973 madeTV
MUSLIM BOY DOES HARAM | The Studio Webseries
 
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When Paul decides to celebrate his perceived success with a few drinks, Meena intervenes to remind him of his religious obligations. Watch the new webseries by madeTV. The Studio is a mockumentary about Paul Khan and his antics as a diversity news presenter. Despite his confidence in his abilities, Paul's views and behaviour make him possibly the worst person for the job. Watch him and his intern Meena struggle to become YouTube famous despite the support they receive from madeTV. This show takes a satirical punch at diversity themes relevant to today's post Brexit and Trump era society. Created by Blaise Singh (writer / director) Starring Viraj Juneji as Paul Khan Natasha Vasandani as Meena Kumar Rory Hobson as Gopal Keran Dhillon as Pav Shot by participants in Make A Difference Entertainment's FREE film production workshop project
Views: 446 madeTV
Behind The Drag | Short Documentary Film
 
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Directed by Luca Panh Winner of Best MADE Film at Scene Short Film Festival. This short film was created by participants on our 'Films For Change' project that aims to increase their career readiness and an opportunity to increase understanding about minority groups.
Views: 634 madeTV
Gender Matters | Who Said We Can't?
 
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Short film highlighting gender issues. Created by MADE in HESTON WEST participants. A community project where local young people collaborate to make film, TV & video content. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 371 madeTV
Unhinged - Episode 1  ''Missing''
 
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Unhinged is a 6 part thriller web series centred around murder, betrayal and survival. In this pilot episode, Ashley (Leona Clarke) and Rachel (Skye Fisher) are hosting a house party filled with drugs, boys and most importantly alcohol, but not all is as it seems.... A serial Killer has set his sights on Rachel. This killer’s obsession with her is about destroy everything that she holds dear and her life will never be the same again. (For Mature Audiences Only) If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 272 madeTV
Gay Short Film | Guy Crush
 
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Short film about a gay teenager who overcomes bullying. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 7970 madeTV
Things Pale People Are Tired Of Hearing
 
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Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in HAYES project. MADE in HAYES is a two year project where young people from Hayes collaborate to make online TV content. MADE in HAYES is a community project funded by People's Health Trust. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1044 madeTV
Things Mixed Race People Are Tired Of Hearing
 
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Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in HAYES project. MADE in HAYES is a two year project where young people from Hayes collaborate to make online TV content. MADE in HAYES is a community project funded by People's Health Trust. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 388 madeTV
Muhammed Ali Dies Aged 74
 
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Muhammad Ali, widely hailed as the greatest heavyweight boxer in the sport’s history, died late Friday night after being hospitalized in Arizona Thursday with a respiratory issue. Farris Simmon's first attempt at presenting for madeTV. Ali, 74, had suffered from Parkinson’s disease since the 1980s. “After a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, Muhammad Ali has passed away at the age of 74. The three-time World Heavyweight Champion boxer died this evening,” family spokesperson Bob Gunnell said in a statement. Ali's prowess in the ring and his personality and social activism make him one of the most recognizable sports figures of the last century. He secured an Olympic gold medal in the 1960 Summer Games and became one of the youngest heavyweight champions of all time, stunning the boxing world with a knockout of Sonny Liston to claim the title in 1964 at 22. It marked the first of three times Ali would win the heavyweight title. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 103 madeTV
My Hijab - Short Film
 
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A girl confronts her insecurities about wearing a hijab. Directed and Edited by Danyal Jamil a participant on the MADE in HAYES project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make online TV content. Special thanks to the People's Health Trust for funding this project.
Views: 5329 madeTV
RACIST PRESENTER GETS SHUTDOWN | The Studio Webseries
 
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WILL THIS RACIST PRESENTER EVER GET SHUTDOWN? Is Paul Khan racist? Would you shut him down? You Won't Believe What This Presenter Gets Away With At The Studio! Watch the new webseries by madeTV. The Studio is a mockumentary about Paul Khan and his antics as a diversity news presenter. Despite his confidence in his abilities, Paul's views and behaviour make him possibly the worst person for the job. Watch him and his intern Meena struggle to become YouTube famous despite the support they receive from madeTV. This show takes a satirical punch at diversity themes relevant to today's post Brexit and Trump era society. Created by Blaise Singh (writer / director) Starring Viraj Juneji as Paul Khan Natasha Vasandani as Meena Kumar Rory Hobson as Gopal Keran Dhillon as Pav Shot by participants in Make A Difference Entertainment's FREE film production workshop project.
Views: 1426 madeTV
HOW TO BE SEXIST | The Studio Webseries
 
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Sexist Presenter Gets A Mouth Fill from female intern. How To Be Sexist is episode 2 of The Studio. Meena want to spread her message of feminist power during the Diversity Talks show after being inspired Trump woman's march. Paul has other ideas. You Won't Believe What This Presenter Gets Away With At The Studio! Watch the new webseries by madeTV. The Studio is a mockumentary about Paul Khan and his antics as a diversity news presenter. Despite his confidence in his abilities, Paul's views and behaviour make him possibly the worst person for the job. Watch him and his intern Meena struggle to become YouTube famous despite the support they receive from madeTV. This show takes a satirical punch at diversity themes relevant to today's post Brexit and Trump era society. Created by Blaise Singh (writer / director) Starring Viraj Juneji as Paul Khan Natasha Vasandani as Meena Kumar Rory Hobson as Gopal Keran Dhillon as Pav Shot by participants in Make A Difference Entertainment's FREE film production workshop project.
Views: 692 madeTV
Disaster Dates - The Check List
 
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Naveena really enjoyed Daljeet's company - that is until her reveals he has very high standards. Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in Hayes project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make programmes. Supported by the People's Health Trust. Produced by Naveena KB. Starring: Naveena KB and Daval Patel If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 570 madeTV
Disaster Dates - The Rude Boy
 
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Naveena is pissed that her date is late. When he arrives his smooth talking ways are far from impressive. This guy is a major turn off. Is it true that all guys are the same? Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in Hayes project. A two year project where local people collaborate to make programmes. Supported by the People's Health Trust. Produced by Naveena KB. Starring: Naveena KB If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 634 madeTV
Religion Vs Homosexuality
 
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Can religion and homosexuality co-exist? Matt from the Naz and Matt foundation seems to think so. The Naz and Matt Foundation's mission is to never let religion, any religion, come in the way of the unconditional love between parents and their children. Photo credits: Naz and Matt Foundation. To find out more about the Naz and Matt Foundation, visit: https://www.nazandmattfoundation.org/ Documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 847 madeTV
Listen To Your Heart | Short Film
 
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Anxiety gets in the way of a mute man asking a woman out. Directed by Arfhan Razak a participant on the MADE in HAYES project. A two year community project where local people collaborate to make online TV content. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 277 madeTV
Southall on Film Screening & Networking event at BFI Southbank
 
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Visit www.madetv.org/southall Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. Outcomes for people: Over 100 young people took part in this project - far beyond the original anticipated number. Through regular monitoring we can conclude that we provided them with an enjoyable educational experience which they will be able to use to pursue further education or employment. As a result of this project many have stayed on with MADE as volunteers. By partaking in these activities participants gained a variety of new skills and a solid understanding of Southall’s South Asian community and their relationship to film. Outcomes for communities: The heritage materials they produced were shared with an audience of 150, comprised of their peers and the wider community who attended a screening of the films in the BFI cinema. The films on average were rated 4 stars for enjoyment and relevance to heritage materials. Oral histories have since been archived at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Outcomes for heritage: The short films and documentary have been submitted to various film festivals for the stories of Southall to reach new audiences. Materials will be available to view on MADE’s website and social media platforms later this year.
Views: 337 madeTV
Hayes Carnival
 
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The Hayes Carnival comes around every year, and this year madeTV managed to film the fun. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 201 madeTV
Dreaming Of Hema | Short Film
 
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Dreaming of Herma - Written by Raagni Sharma & Directed by Harvir Lehal 1973 - A young girl who wishes to be a star must balance her home life with her dreams. Harvir is an aspiring film director of Indian heritage currently studying at the University of West London. The film was largely inspired by Bollywood films and the fantastical nature of them but pairing it with realism to create a story that pairs British with Indian. Through this project, the biggest thing that I gained was an insight into myself, into the local history, something that I had never really explored was my heritage and making this film allowed me to begin doing that. CONTACT: [email protected] This film is one of eight short created by young people as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded (Young Roots) project. Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 163 madeTV
Most Likely To Marry A Different Race
 
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Who out of this group of Londoners is most likely to marry a different race? This spectral lines series has been created to look at how me make assumptions about people based upon how they look and encourages debate regarding stereotypes and diversity issues concerning Londoners today. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 89 madeTV
Most Likely To Marry For Money
 
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Who out of this group of Londoners is most likely to marry for money? This spectral lines series has been created to look at how me make assumptions about people based upon how they look and encourages debate regarding stereotypes and diversity issues concerning Londoners today. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 80 madeTV
Religion Causes War
 
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"Religion Causes War'. This matter has been debate for centuries, Does religion cause War? This spectral lines episode enables the young participants to explore their own opinions on a subject of controversy. This exercise challenges our viewers to rethink stereotypes and diversity issues, concerning Londoners today. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 475 madeTV
Things Lesbians Are Tired Of Hearing
 
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Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in HAYES project. MADE in HAYES is a two year project where young people from Hayes collaborate to make online TV content. MADE in HAYES is a community project funded by People's Health Trust. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1306 madeTV
Southall on Film | Oral History Interview - Aimee Phull
 
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This oral history interview was part of the Southall on Film Heritage Lottery funded (HLF) project. To view project outputs visit www.madetv.org/southall Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. Outcomes for people: Over 100 young people took part in this project - far beyond the original anticipated number. Through regular monitoring we can conclude that we provided them with an enjoyable educational experience which they will be able to use to pursue further education or employment. As a result of this project many have stayed on with MADE as volunteers. By partaking in these activities participants gained a variety of new skills and a solid understanding of Southall’s South Asian community and their relationship to film. Outcomes for communities: The heritage materials they produced were shared with an audience of 150, comprised of their peers and the wider community who attended a screening of the films in the BFI cinema. The films on average were rated 4 stars for enjoyment and relevance to heritage materials. Oral histories have since been archived at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Outcomes for heritage: The short films and documentary have been submitted to various film festivals for the stories of Southall to reach new audiences. Materials will be available to view on MADE’s website and social media platforms later this year. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 281 madeTV
Most Likely To Be Gay
 
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Who out of this group of Londoners is most likely to be gay? This spectral lines series has been created to look at how me make assumptions about people based upon how they look and encourages debate regarding stereotypes and diversity issues concerning Londoners today. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 102 madeTV
Southall on Film | Oral History Interview - Balwant Chadha
 
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This oral history interview was part of the Southall on Film Heritage Lottery funded (HLF) project. To view project outputs visit www.madetv.org/southall Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. Outcomes for people: Over 100 young people took part in this project - far beyond the original anticipated number. Through regular monitoring we can conclude that we provided them with an enjoyable educational experience which they will be able to use to pursue further education or employment. As a result of this project many have stayed on with MADE as volunteers. By partaking in these activities participants gained a variety of new skills and a solid understanding of Southall’s South Asian community and their relationship to film. Outcomes for communities: The heritage materials they produced were shared with an audience of 150, comprised of their peers and the wider community who attended a screening of the films in the BFI cinema. The films on average were rated 4 stars for enjoyment and relevance to heritage materials. Oral histories have since been archived at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Outcomes for heritage: The short films and documentary have been submitted to various film festivals for the stories of Southall to reach new audiences. Materials will be available to view on MADE’s website and social media platforms later this year. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 65 madeTV
Manisha and Cindy | Short Film
 
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Manisha and Cindy - Written & Produced by Natasha Vasandani 1972 - Forbidden love finds sanctuary in a Southall cinema. Natasha Vasandani is a London based actor, writer and producer. She likes to produce work for the screen and stage. 'Manisha and Cindy' is a story about love and acceptance in a time that not too accepting of interracial or LGBTQ+ relationships. This has been such an exciting project to work and learn more about the art of film-making. CONTACT: [email protected] This film is one of eight short created by young people as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded (Young Roots) project. Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 128 madeTV
Influence | Short Film on Bullying
 
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Influence is a short film that explores the psychology behind a bully. Written & Directed by Arfhan Razak Starring Faraz Khan, Noah Butt, Ehsan Selman. Music: Consequence - Wonders by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100283 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ The Theatrical Poster for Poltergeist III by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/vendaface/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
Views: 256 madeTV
Top 5 Reasons Why Diversity Is Profitable
 
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Aisha Clarke presents the top 5 reasons why diversity is not only progressive but also profitable. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 297 madeTV
madeTV Summer Schedule
 
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madeTV shows and content schedule for summer 2016 If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 149 madeTV
FREE Film-Making Workshops for Heston West Residents
 
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FREE Film-Making Workshops for Heston West Residents Every Sunday @ Cranford Community College join participants on the MADE in HEST WEST to make social action films. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 326 madeTV
Things Asians Are Tired Of Hearing
 
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Comedy sketch created by participants from the MADE in HAYES project. MADE in HAYES is a two year project where young people from Hayes collaborate to make online TV content. MADE in HAYES is a community project funded by People's Health Trust. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1232 madeTV
Southall on Film | Oral History Interview - Asha Sharma
 
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This oral history interview was part of the Southall on Film Heritage Lottery funded (HLF) project. To view project outputs visit www.madetv.org/southall Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. Outcomes for people: Over 100 young people took part in this project - far beyond the original anticipated number. Through regular monitoring we can conclude that we provided them with an enjoyable educational experience which they will be able to use to pursue further education or employment. As a result of this project many have stayed on with MADE as volunteers. By partaking in these activities participants gained a variety of new skills and a solid understanding of Southall’s South Asian community and their relationship to film. Outcomes for communities: The heritage materials they produced were shared with an audience of 150, comprised of their peers and the wider community who attended a screening of the films in the BFI cinema. The films on average were rated 4 stars for enjoyment and relevance to heritage materials. Oral histories have since been archived at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Outcomes for heritage: The short films and documentary have been submitted to various film festivals for the stories of Southall to reach new audiences. Materials will be available to view on MADE’s website and social media platforms later this year. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 26 madeTV
Most Likely To Have A Threesome
 
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Who out of this group of Londoners is most likely to have a threesome? This spectral lines series has been created to look at how me make assumptions about people based upon how they look and encourages debate regarding stereotypes and diversity issues concerning Londoners today. Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 73 madeTV
Straight Guys Go Gay
 
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Who would you go gay for? Original documentary content created by madeTV the online channel where diversity matters. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change. Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice and make it heard. By forming meaningful collaborations like these we're able to inspire, inform and entertain under-served audiences through broadcasting their work on madeTV - our online TV channel where diversity matters. Our content champions upcoming creative talent and we share distinct stories that reflect the real London. madeTV collaborators take a satirical snapshot of diversity issues in London and the impact of this on the perception of minority groups. madeTV is a chance for mis-represented communities to be proactive in challenging stereotypes and produce authentic media. Here you can watch content produced by local people to have a voice on issues relating to race, gender, sexuality and disability. By watching and sharing their work, you'll support future creative leaders to challenge stereotypes, increase understanding and authentically portray mis-represented communities. You'll also be supporting members of your community to kick start their careers within the creative industries so that we're more visible on screen and behind the scenes. ​DONATE: http://www.madetv.org/support.html LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 1137 madeTV
Southall on Film | Oral History Interview - Ameet Chana
 
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This oral history interview was part of the Southall on Film Heritage Lottery funded (HLF) project. To view project outputs visit www.madetv.org/southall Southall On Film was a year long Heritage Lottery (Young Roots) funded project that saw over 100 young people participate. Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) partnered with BFI Future Film and the Ealing Local History centre to host a range of engaging activities. Southall as known as ‘Little Panjab’, is the largest Panjabi community outside of India. Participants discovered the impact immigration of the South Asian community had on the West London town and explored the community’s consumption of film from 1960s to 1990s. The history of Southall cinemas and VHS stores was uncovered through archive research, oral histories with cinemagoer residents, insight sessions and interviews with film professionals. The research informed and shaped the production of a film set where a series of short films and a documentary about the project were filmed at BFI Southbank. Participants also enjoyed learning about and shooting additional short films on 16mm film. The film set was also used as a two Southall themed exhibitions - the first charting the evolution of film through the decades and the other focused on immigration stories ‘From Partition to Southall’. The exhibitions attracted over 1500 visitors throughout August with an average rating of 4/5. Outcomes for people: Over 100 young people took part in this project - far beyond the original anticipated number. Through regular monitoring we can conclude that we provided them with an enjoyable educational experience which they will be able to use to pursue further education or employment. As a result of this project many have stayed on with MADE as volunteers. By partaking in these activities participants gained a variety of new skills and a solid understanding of Southall’s South Asian community and their relationship to film. Outcomes for communities: The heritage materials they produced were shared with an audience of 150, comprised of their peers and the wider community who attended a screening of the films in the BFI cinema. The films on average were rated 4 stars for enjoyment and relevance to heritage materials. Oral histories have since been archived at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Outcomes for heritage: The short films and documentary have been submitted to various film festivals for the stories of Southall to reach new audiences. Materials will be available to view on MADE’s website and social media platforms later this year. If you're an individual looking to get involved as cast, crew or creative we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill out our online form and one of our team will get in touch soon with upcoming opportunities: http://www.madetv.org/get-involved/ LIKE: http://www.facebook.com/madetv.org FOLLOW: http://www.instagram.com/madeonlinetv TWEET: http://www.twitter.com/madeonlinetv SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/madetvorg EMAIL: [email protected]
Views: 84 madeTV
INDIAN GIRL FREAKS OUT ON GAY DRUG | The Studio Webseries
 
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When Meena mistakenly drinks a bottle of drug GHB she freaks out live during a broadcast at The Studio. Watch the new webseries by madeTV. The Studio is a mockumentary about Paul Khan and his antics as a diversity news presenter. Despite his confidence in his abilities, Paul's views and behaviour make him possibly the worst person for the job. Watch him and his intern Meena struggle to become YouTube famous despite the support they receive from madeTV. This show takes a satirical punch at diversity themes relevant to today's post Brexit and Trump era society. Created by Blaise Singh (writer / director) Starring Viraj Juneji as Paul Khan Natasha Vasandani as Meena Kumar Rory Hobson as Gopal Keran Dhillon as Pav Shot by participants in Make A Difference Entertainment's FREE film production workshop project.
Views: 753 madeTV