Horace Ove’ is the first black British filmmaker to direct a full feature-length film. The film was called “Pressure” and was released in 1975. “Pressure” presented racism and a brutal truth that the British film industry had never seen. As a result, Ove’s film was banned for two years after its release by the British Film Institute.

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