Black British Short Films that were never promoted on Netflix

Netflix shows never look like me” “Netflix is for Americans“… While these thoughts may be true, it’s not entirely true you just have to fix your algorithms by searching hard.

Lucky for you, I have already started to search for the Black British short films you can watch quickly and on Netflix.

Dolapo is fine – 2020

Ready to leave her UK boarding school and enter the working world, a young black woman faces pressure to change her name and natural hair styles.

This 15 minute Short Film has an age rating of 15

Entitled – 2018

In the reimagine of a first generation immigrants experience, this short film followers the directors mother moving from Nigeria to London, Peckham

This 4 minute Netflix Short film has a U rating

3 British films you missed on Netflix

There is a lot going on right now, we all know that…Sometimes we all just need to get away even for just a couple hours. So why not indulge yourself into a cultural British movie that haven’t seen before!

Rocks – 2019

A young British teenage girl finds herself struggling to take care of herself and her younger brother after being abandoned by their single mother with no choice but to live out on the streets.

This 12 rated movie is perfect for young British teenagers and families.

The Last Tree – 2019


Raised by a white foster mom in the countryside, a Black teen gets his life uprooted when his birth mother reclaims custody and moves him to London.

This movie has the age rating of 15

A moving Image – 2016

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After a long absence, Nina returns home to Brixton, a rapidly gentrifying community in South London. She sets out to create the ultimate piece of art to explore her complex relationship with her community. In doing so she poses a tricky question – is she part of the problem or can she use her work to be part of the solution?

This movie has the age rating of 15

What Horror series is trending right now?

What to do you get when you add lockdown + Halloween + Netflix? Your answer should be either The haunting of Bly manor or The haunting of Hill house depending on how far you’ve gotten into the series.

I’m not going to lie to you, I haven’t watched either of them nor do I plan to as yes I admit it with my hands up in the air, I am afraid! But I can tell you that both seasons are doing very well in the horror industry for Netflix.

First things first, whats the difference between the two series?

The haunting of Bly manor is the follow-up series to The Haunting of Hill House making it the second entry in The Haunting anthology series.

The creative team behind the series and much of the cast of Hill House have returned for Bly Manor, however the two series’ narratives are not connected

Bly Manor premiered on Netflix on October 9, 2020. The series follows the narrative of a young governess hired by a man to look after his niece and nephew at the family country house after they fall into his care. Arriving at the Bly estate, she begins to see apparitions that proceed to haunt the premises.

Hill house is a loose television adaptation of the 1959 gothic horror novel by American author Shirley Jackson.

The series adaption was released in 2018 with the narrative following a family and their children who move into Hill House to renovate the mansion in order to sell it and build their own house. However, due to unexpected repairs, they have to stay longer, and they begin to experience increasing paranormal phenomena, resulting in a tragic loss and the family fleeing from the house.

Twenty-six years later, the siblings and their estranged father reunite after tragedy strikes again, and they are forced to confront how their time in Hill House has affected each of them.

IT: 2 vibes anyone?