The Unity Ride is a documentary film about 2 cyclists (different backgrounds, different political leanings) who embark on a 2,700-mile bike tour from New Orleans to Toronto that re-traces the path of the Underground Railroad. Their mission is to show the world that despite all differences, people can find something that they love, and get along. They’re cycling for “unity.” Watch the trailer here:
The Unity Ride world premiere will be held at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture in Richmond, Va., on Thurs., Jan. 16, starting at 6pm. In addition to a reception and screening of the film, there will be a panel discussion with the Unity Riders, along with producers BK Fulton and Monty Ross of Soulidifly Productions.
Soulidifly Productions is committed to visually sharing positive stories of multiethnic and multigenerational people across various segments of life, experiences and eras. Founded in 2017, Soulidifly produced or co-produced four feature length films in its first year (2018), a milestone never before achieved in the independent film industry. In addition to films, Soulidifly also publishes books, and in February will launch Soulvision.TV.