Filmmaker Horace Ové, Trailblazer of Black British Cinema, Passes Away at 86

It was announced yesterday that British filmmaker Horace Ové, best known for being the first British filmmaker of African descent to direct a feature-length film in the UK, has sadly passed away at the age of 86. Zak Ové, one of Ové’s children, announced his father’s death on Facebook (via Variety).

​ British filmmaker Horace Ové, known for being the first British filmmaker of African descent to direct a feature-length film, has died aged 86.