|Directed by||Martine Chartrand|
|Produced by||Pierre Hébert
|Written by||Martine Chartrand|
|Music by||Lilison T.S. Cordeiro
|Editing by||Fernand Bélanger|
|Studio||National Film Board of Canada (NFB)|
|Release dates||6 June 2002 (Canada)|
|Running time||10 minutes|
|Language||English / French|
Produced by the National Film Board of Canada, its soundtrack features traditional African rhythms, gospel music by Ranee Lee and a composition by jazz pianist Oliver Jones. Awards for the film included a Golden Bear for best short film at the Berlin International Film Festival and the Jutra Award for best animation. It was also included in the Animation Show of Shows.
- Black Soul at the Internet Movie Database
- Watch Black Soul at NFB.ca
- McSorley, Tom (2001-07-01). "Black Soul - film review". Take One (AccessMyLibrary). Retrieved 2009-01-29.
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