Sol B River

Sol B. River studied Scriptwriting at the Northern School of Film & Television and later returned to study Film Directing. He started his career as an actor before becoming writer-in-residence at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. His writing and directing work spans across, screen, theatre and radio. He served as a Royal Literary Fellow to York St John University, University of Chester and Leeds Trinity University College and later as a Royal Literary Advisory Fellow. Sol was also the Associate Director of Contact Theatre. His published theatre and radio work includes ‘Moor Masterpieces’, ‘To Rahtid’, ‘Unbroken’, ’48-98’, ‘Walk Against Fear’, ‘Making Waves’, ‘The White Witch of Rose Hall’ and ‘Two Tracks & Text Me’. His film and documentary directing work includes ‘The Bitterest Pill’, ‘Brace Yourself’ and ‘Glass Ceiling’. In 2009 he formed Dream Reality media. BBC Online described his work as 'Modern, moving and mighty' The Guardian said he......Writes like Beckett on amphetamines......

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