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Black Soul

Black Soul Cartoon Picture

  • Theatrical Short
  • National Film Board of Canada
  • Distributed by: National Film Board of Canada
  • Directed By Martine Chartrand.
  • Produced By Yves Leduc, Pierre Hébert, Marcel Jean, Francine Langdeau.
  • Animated By Martine Chartrand.
  • Awards: Best Short Film, Reel Black Awards, Toronto, 2002, National Film Board of Canada Prize for Best Animation (all ages) by Youth Jury, Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth and Families, Vancouver, 2002; more Awards More Awards...
  • Music: Oliver Jones, Lilison T.S. Cordeiro.
  • Editor: Fernand Bélanger.
  • Originally Released in 2000 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 9:47 minutes.
  • Color
  • Canada  Canada

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This is an exhilarating immersion into the heart of Black culture via a whirlwind voyage through the defining moments of Black History. As an old lady initiates...  (more)

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Foreign Language Title: "Âme Noire (French)."

Film without words. "Black Soul," by Haitian-Québécois animator Martine Chartrand, is a poetic film about memory. Its evocative soundtrack is a mix of the Boütz dancers' irresistible rhythms,...  (more)

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