S.O.U.L. Fest is a two-day celebration of black British talent in film, showcasing new features and shorts, allowing audiences the opportunity to see a more representative view of black Britain. Over two days – August 30th & 31st, this new festival will provide audiences the opportunity to see a diverse Black Britain on the screen via a collection of features and short films. (Main image: Nine Nights still)
S.O.U.L. Fest is a collaboration between four British Black organisations dedicated to serving Black audiences and talent – The British Blacklist , The New Black Film Collective, We Are Parable and S.O.U.L. Film.
Emerging from the traditionally invite only event S.O.U.L. Celebrate Connect, S.O.U.L. Fest will be open to the general public. Four feature films by British Black talent in front of and behind the camera will be shown at S.O.U.L. Fest.
Here is the list of films click on each link for more info:
Kate Beckinsale and Damson Idris star in this powerful drama about a fostered Nigerian boy in 1980s England.
When a twin girl’s brother is killed she must wake up to a new world without him.
A teenager fostered in the country moves to inner-city London, where he must make some tough life choices.
This neo-noir psychological thriller focuses on the plight of a man kidnapped by three jealous husbands.