The last update I have to django_uni_form, a rather amazing form layout handler for Django, does not understand what to do with the CSRF token. So in case you're wondering, after you've created your form, you do the following in your view:

        form = FilmForm(initial = {'title': 'History is ...'})
        form.helper.add_input(Hidden(name = 'csrfmiddlewaretoken',
                                     value = request.META['CSRF_COOKIE']))

It's unfortunate that you have to do it in the view, but it's the only way to have access to the request.META object, which is where the current CSRF token is stored.