Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe has revealed on Twitter that Marcus Ryder the media diversity champion, Adjani Salmon the RTS & BAFTA award-winning writer and the actress Karen Bryson (currently appearing in BBC 1’s ‘The Split’) will be the first guests on his new Choice FM UK radio show which he will be co-presenting every week with his wife Clare.read more
Choice FM UK's 'Screenlately Show' with Emmanuel and Clare Anyiam-Osigwe announce first guests including Marcus Ryder, Adjani Salmon and Karen Bryson.READ MORE
THE BRITISH Urban Film Festival has set a programme of 79 shorts and 17 feature films for its 2021 edition, which will run from December 4 to December 10 as a hybrid festival of in-person London screenings, live script readings, an award ceremony and online films via new digital partner Bohemia Euphoria.READ MORE
This year, Buff will be a hybrid festival, after last year’s largely online event. In-person London screenings, live script readings and an awards ceremony will be coupled with online films
available via new digital partner Bohemia Euphoria, a streaming platform dedicated to diveristy from London production and distribution company, Bohemia Media.
The programme features 17 feature films, including opening night films Navy and Black Mail. Navy is a romantic drama from Birmingham-based director Duaine Carma Roberts, starring Rocks’ Shaneigha-Monik Greyson. A young man accompanies his childhood friend on her first music tour, while grappling with his brother’s criminality.
Nigerian-British entrepreneur, Clare Anyiam-Osigwe has made another mark as the 6th Black British female director in history to have a feature film released in UK cinemas with her debut feature, No Shade.READ MORE
Having become the first Black British female to be honoured by the Queen for services to dermatology in 2017, Clare Anyiam-Osigwe will join another illustrious list next month when she becomes the 6th Black British female director in history to have a feature film released in UK cinemas with her debut feature, ‘No Shade‘ on Friday the 2nd of November.
'No Shade’, a raw, fresh take on race and colourism in the UK has scooped the African Diaspora Film Festival’s award for best film directed by a woman of colour.READ MORE
Premae Skincare is a British brand created on 2011 recognized for being the first allergy free beauty brand in the world. Clare Eluka owner of the brand came up with the idea of creating this eco savvy line after struggling with Candida Albicans and being intolerant to dairy, sugar, wheat and gluten. She felt the necessity of introducing in the marketing something that could attend people like her with skin problems as psoriasis, eczemas and allergies.READ MORE
Our Multi-Award Winning Luxury Babycare, Tender Tots joins British Vogue for their September 2013 issue Royal Baby campaign entitled ‘Royally Spoilt’. The September issue (on sale 5th August) is one of our best selling editions of the year and with the arrival of the royal baby, we are sure Vogue’s affluent readership will be on the lookout for new and exciting ideas for their children.
Premae Tender Tots featured for the Royal Baby Story, Royally Spoilt – Vogue International September Issue 2013
Would You Go Vegan To Help Your Skin?
But how about a vegan diet for your face? According to facial maven and ethical beauty entrepreneur, Clare Elua, the secret of great skin is feeding your epidermis on a wholesome diet, de-stressing and giving it regular exercise by massaging out the wrinkles. If you do that, you'll never need a plastic surgeon.
Eluka specialises in natural facelifts, using Indian and Japanese Massage, Reiki and Reflexology for pressure points on the face, to naturally lift and contour your skin. Think Miranda Kerr, not Donatella Versace.
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