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Dir. Joseph A. Adesunloye
UK. 2016. 86 mins. English. N/C 18+

Successful young photographer, Leke, lives a privileged and hedonistic lifestyle in London, full of late night parties and clandestine encounters. Yet, despite his large circle of friends, he feels alone and at odds with the world. When he receives a phone call, Leke must return to Senegal after an absence of many years, triggering a journey to rediscover a family, and culture, long suppressed. Nigerian-British filmmaker Joseph A. Adesunloye’s debut feature is brimming with subtle intricacies of the Black British, mixed race experience, where questions of identity, place and belonging are omnipresent. Featuring a beautifully subdued central performance from Dudley O’Shaughnessy, White Colour Black’s truest feat is the extraordinary cinematography, reflecting the world through the eyes of one of its many lost souls.

A_Award_42px Eligible for the Film Africa 2016 Audience Award 

Followed by a Q&A with the cast and crew.


white-colour-black-joseph-a-adesunloyeJoseph a. Adesunloye is a British-Nigerian film director-writer-producer. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria and grew up in London. Joseph developed an interest in film and theatre from a young age. In his teens he decided to pursue a career in film. He graduated from the University of Aberdeen with a Masters of Arts in English Literature and Film Studies and subsequently attended the London Film Academy. White Colour Black is his feature debut.