HERO Wins Big at Africa Movie Academy Awards!
Our HERO took home the award for Best Diaspora Narrative Feature at the Africa Movie Academy Awards . Read the press release here .
This week's screenings include Cambridge, Oxford, and Northampton:
-------- Arts Picturehouse at 6:15pm
-------- ST ALBANS, OCTOBER 29
-------- The Odyssey at 7:30pm
----- --- OXFORD, OCTOBER 30
-------- Phoenix Picturehouse at 6pm
----- --- LONDON, NOVEMBER 1
-------- October Gallery at 6:30pm
-------- The Cripps Hall Theatre at 5pm
-------- Hosted by Robert Henry
Audiences share their love for our HERO!
A weekend of sold out screenings!
Packed houses in Lewes, Catford and Brixton
Colourful Radio broadcasts Q&A live at the Ritzy (October 27, 2019)
"If you come and see the film again, you will discover even more."
June Givanni (Pan African Cinema Archive) was our Special Guest Panelist during last Sunday's Q&A. Ms. Givanni is a pioneering international film curator who is regarded as a resource for African and African diaspora cinema.
It was a sold out screening on October 27th, 2019 at the iconic Ritzy Cinema, hosted by Black Cultural Archives, and Colourful Radio.
Jacqueline Malcolm of Colourful Radio was live at the Ritzy, moderating a lively and informative discussion about HERO's important perspective on African and Caribbean identity and history. Below: Jacqueline and Andrea from COLOURFUL Radio with Director Frances-Anne.
After months of planning HERO was honored by Anne Cross' presence at the Lewes Depot screening (October 26, 2019)
HERO was Left to right: Richard Finch (Ulric's son), Anne Cross (Ulric's wife), Frances-Anne Solomon (director), Dahlia Fernandes (Coordinator) and Nickolai Salcedo (Lead Actor) before a sold out screening of HERO in Lewes , October 26th.
The brand new Catford Mews (October 25, 2019) was the venue for our sold out screening co-hosted by Pempeople and Peter Ramrayka
Left to right: Nicholas Okwulu (Pempeople), Richard Finch, Frances-Anne Solomon, Nickolai Salcedo and Peter Ramrayka .
Meet Some of Our Amazing Hosts
Bringing Mr. Ulric Cross' journey to audiences around the country

Garry Stewart helms this Birmingham screening on Saturday, November 9th. Recognize Black Heritage & Culture is a community based social enterprise providing a bridge to the African Caribbean community.

Learn more about Recognize here.

Yvonne Connikie hosts our Cardiff screening on Wednesday, November 6th. Cinema Golau is a new platform for emerging Black and Ethnic Minority filmmakers to access opportunities in the creative industry. They also serve to shed more light on international Black independent films by screening in cinemas and local venues.
Announcing the LAUNCH of HERO's Official “You Are My Hero” LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRTS!

Your purchase directly supports the distribution of our film.
Sponsored by Pempeople|
Accessories by Nicola Jane-Reid @thecrazycoolsexy | Photography by Dahlia Fernandes @dahliamusicnow | Models: Nicola Jane-Reid & Nickolai Salcedo @nickolai.salcedo
Are you a local event organiser? Would you like to host a screening of HERO in your area?

HERO wants to connect with community influencers with wide audience reach to lead and support screenings across the country during Black History Month, and throughout November 2019 across the UK.

From Feb 2020, HERO will begin its Tour of the US, the Caribbean and Africa!

Please contact herofilm2012@gmail.com for more information about hosting a screening of HERO.