Noughts and Crosses director Koby Adom to visit Luton Bute Street Festival
The director of a critically acclaimed BBC TV series is set to appear in Luton this week
On Friday, March 13, Bute Street Festival will be attended by Koby Adom, the director of BBC One’s adaptation of highly acclaimed author Malorie Blackman’s book Noughts and Crosses.
Mr Adom will lead a creative seminar with budding directors at the Hat Factory.
This will be followed by a screening of Ken Loach’s new offering ‘Sorry We Missed You’ a Q&A and networking.
Benjamin Cyrus-Clark, the festival director, said: “Our programme at Bute Street Festival is very exciting this year. In collaboration with BFI Network we are bringing a host of big and talented names to Luton, to help cultivate a creative hub and scene that we are creating in the heart of Luton.
"As well as outside of our main events screening important films that are a must see and resonate with people in the local area.
"The main festival days in April are bigger than ever and will be showcasing films, directors, actors, artists, musicians and live music performances from around the world over three days. In Luton. It is definitely not to be missed."
Tickets are still available and can be purchased at butestreetfilmfestival.com.