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BUFF SEASON TO BE SHOWN ON COMMUNITY CHANNEL THIS OCTOBER

BUFF Presents... a series of films showcased by the British Urban Film Festival will be screened as part of a special series on Community Channel this October. This is the second season of BUFF programming on the channel this year.
 
In April, viewers saw the directorial debut of Aml Ameen with the short film “Drink, Drugs & KFC” and his latest film “12” will premiere as part of the series. Other films to be shown include a film produced by the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust Youth Ambassadors, ACLT: The Gift of Life, and Countdown to BUFF 2012 - a preview of the 7th Annual British Urban Film Festival.
 
Alexander Kann, general manager of Community Channel said: “I am delighted to have this opportunity to showcase up and coming talent on Community Channel and am extremely pleased to be delivering a number of UK premieres as part of the season. The first season of BUFF films was extremely well received by viewers and I am pleased to be showing a selection of great new content and repeating some old favourites including the fantastic documentary “Before They Were Dubz.”
 
BUFF Presents...will broadcast on Community Channel on Monday 8th October at 9pm and N-Dubz - Before They Were Dubz on Sunday 14th October at 11.00pm.
 
Community Channel is owned and run by communications charity Media Trust and can be viewed 24 hours a day, on Virgin 233, on Sky 539 and on Freeview 87 from 5am-8am.
 
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For further information contact Faye Lawson at fayel@mediatrust.org or 020 7871 5636.
 
About Media Trust
 
Media Trust is a national charity that believes everyone should have a voice and the opportunity to be heard. We work with media organisations and charities to enhance their communications and enable communities to find their voice. We own and run Community Channel, the UK's only national channel to be run by a charity. Media Trust corporate members are BBC, Channel 4, Daily Mail and General Trust, Discovery Networks Europe, Google, Guardian Media Group, IPC Media, ITV plc, MTV Networks UK & Ireland, News International and Sky.  Go to www.mediatrust.org
 
About Community Channel
 
Community Channel is dedicated to engaging people with the charitable and voluntary sector, showcasing stories and issues that inspire action and encourage involvement.  Broadcasting original shows, the best of terrestrial TV and showcasing the work of new directors and community programme-makers, Community Channel is the place for real-life stories from communities around the world.  The channel is broadcast 24 hours a day on Sky 539, Virgin TV 233, and Freeview 87 between 5am to 8am. Community Channel is supported by Big Lottery Fund and The City Bridge Trust. Community Channel is a Media Trust initiative, www.communitychannel.org
 
 
BUFF Schedule on Community Channel
 
Monday October 8:
 
Countdown to BUFF 2012 (UK Premiere) - 9.00pm
Special Delivery - 9.30pm
12 (UK Premiere) - 9.40pm
ACLT: Gift of Life (UK Premiere) - 10.00pm
The Holiday - 10.30pm
Drink, Drugs & KFC – 10.45pm
 
 
 
Sunday October 14:

N-Dubz - Before They Were Dubz - 11.00pm

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