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|Directed by||Martine Chartrand|
|Produced by||Pierre Hébert
|Written by||Martine Chartrand|
|Music by||Lilison T.S. Cordeiro
|Edited by||Fernand Bélanger|
|National Film Board of Canada (NFB)|
|Release date(s)||6 June 2002 (Canada)|
|Running time||10 minutes|
|Language||English / French|
Black Soul (French: Âme noire) is a 2002 animated short by Haitian Canadian filmmaker Martine Chartrand (fr) that uses paint-on-glass animation and music to portray defining moments of Black history.
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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