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Win 2 Tickets: HERO – Inspired By The Extraordinary Life & Times Of Mr. Ulric Cross

By Alt Africa

Don’t miss the new Frances-Anne Solomon Film screening at the BFI this May. Frances’s innovative film making brings archive footage and drama to tell the remarkable story of this Caribbean war hero-jurist-diplomat.

Trinidadian Ulric Cross had a distinguished career as a soldier, jurist and diplomat in a life that spanned momentous political change in the 20th century. Archive footage and drama are used to tell the story of his extraordinary life: a story that encompasses WWII, African independence movements, Black Power and the rise of a new brand of black leadership around the world, events that define our present reality. The BFI will host the UK premiere and welcome special guests to the BFI stage. Please check back for updates on guests. Canada-Trinidad and Tobago 2018 Dir Frances-Anne Solomon Cast includes: Nikolai Salcedo, Joseph Marcell, Rudolph Walker 110min Digital Certificate TBC

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Hero screens on May 18th at BFI Southbank Saturday 18 May 2019 14:00

NFT1 Tickets are £12.50, concs £10.50 (Members pay £2 less)

To win: Name two of the British Actors in the Film. Send all answers to the editor by 30th April 2019 by 5pm.

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