Interview with the Director of Mr. SOUL!, Melissa Haizlip

Interview with the Director of Mr. SOUL!, Melissa Haizlip

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This past weekend, I had the wonderful opportunity to catch up with Melissa Haizlip, the director of the documentary MR. SOUL! and niece of Ellis Haizlip, the subject of the documentary, before its streaming premiere on HBO Max.

Watch MR. SOUL! on HBO Max now.

Read Melissa Haizlip’s interview with Questlove: https://www.documentary.org/column/summer-soul-conversation-questlove-about-black-joy

Watch SOUL! on Prime Video: https://www.amazon.com/Soul/dp/B0878YC7KR

Watch SOUL! on Shout Factory: https://www.shoutfactorytv.com/series/soul

Until next time!

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