Winter Film Festival: Black Identity

The latest in the Winter Film Festival series, Black Identity is a spoken word film that celebrates It how Black people across the diaspora come to love themselves.

Winter Film Festival: Black Identity

Black identity is a short spoken word film about acknowledging your own Black identity in an environment where you are scrutinised continuously, doubted, and always up for debate. It is a celebration of how Black people across the diaspora come to love themselves despite all we are subjected to, a celebration of our joy, beauty, culture and togetherness.

About the film-maker

Louis Femi Adebowale is a filmmaker, editor and photographer, currently working for a pre-production company in London. As part of his job role as Junior Development Researcher for RAW TV, Louis sources and develops good, exciting stories that can be turned into documentaries. Having worked in and around the industry for almost five years, Louis has gone from being a runner to his current role and a successful freelancer who has been commissioned to make promotional materials for charities such as Crohn’s and Colitis UK.

Read our interview with Louis Femi Adebowale here

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