BUTTERFLY - CHANGING THE FACE OF TELEVISION
"When people rely on surface appearances and false racial
stereotypes, rather than in-depth knowledge of others at the level of the heart, mind, and spirit, their ability to assess and understand people accurately is compromised."
James. A. Forbes
My PhD is Television drama and Caribbean Families.
The creation of a blueprint for television drama series that elevates the perception of British Caribbean families beyond the historical and sociological trauma of ‘fictive kin’ and the psychological manipulation of social engineering.
Home of The Black British Caribbean Television Network©
MAKING OUR OWN PROGRAMMES ON OUR OWN CHANNELS
To bring together all Black British Caribbean Television media professionals under one umbrella – Unity is strength.
To provide a range of training courses for persons interested in providing high quality Black British Caribbean television drama for the UK, Caribbean, and online market.
De Montfort Black Short Film Festival
27 February 2019
Film and Q&A on Generation Revolution
hosted by the Media Discourse Group at De Montfort University.
Chair: Beverley Cooper-Chambers.
Credits: Illustrations by Wayne Powell, Storyline: Beverley Cooper-Chambers ,Music: It’s Family Time, Stephen Marley, 2009, Rally round the West Indies, David Rudder, The Gilded Collection, 1986-1989
Angels in Middle Marston – TV Drama Series
While a big city church deals with internal politics and decisions on their future, a London based preacher is fired and decides to settle his large Jamaican family in a struggling rural village, with unexpected results.
Full Length Feature
Set in the 1960s a 7 year old runs away to find her foster parents.
TV Drama Series written by The Yard Writing Team
In 2025, non-compliant Brits flee anarchy-torn Britain, seeking refuge in a disused Dutch prison. It’s a harsh adjustment for the displaced Brits as tensions grow inside and outside The Yard.
A widower and his zany family brings tropical warmth to the mall.
Political TV Drama Series
Can the UK’s female, black Prime Minister deliver in a minefield of treachery and amazement.
The Pastors’ Wives
Four women step out from the shadow of the pulpit to run a pub.