BFI findings on roles for black actors 'shocking'
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BFI findings on roles for black actors 'shocking'

Noel Clarke is the most prolific black actor in UK film, according to new research by the British Film Institute.

The BFI figures, revealed on Thursday, looked at the representation of black actors in more than 1,000 UK films over the last decade.

Heather Stewart, Creative Director BFI, said some of the research was "shocking".

  • 06 Oct 2016
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