NOEL CALLOWAY & HIS AWARD WINNING FILM LIFE, LOVE, SOUL

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Director Noel Calloway is using his awarding winning film, “Life, Love, Soul” to talk about an epidemic plaguing American communities of all races. 
 
The award-winning indie tells the story of  a young man estranged from his father and forced to re-connect when tragedy strikes home. As the emotional tale unfolds, “Life, Love, Soul” tugs at feelings of abandonment, resentment, and loss in a story of a son left behind. 
 
At a time when the country is talking about the plight of young, black men,  “Life, Love, Soul” enters the conversation with an ensemble cast, including Chad Coleman (“The Walking Dead” and  “The Wire”),  Jamie Hector ( “Night Catches Us” and “The Wire”),  Terri J Vaughn (“Meet The Browns”), Tami Roman (“Basketball Wives”), plus Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Valerie Simpson (of Ashford and Simpson) in her acting debut and newcomer Robbie Tate-Brickle. 
 

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