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    Steve McQueen attends the premiere of Soul in Rome

    Steve McQueen is accompanied by his wife Bianca Stigter and their children Dexter and Alex as he attends the premiere of Soul in Rome

    He is one of Britain’s most well known directors, having been at the helms of films such as 12 Years A Slave and Widows.

    And Steve McQueen made the premiere of Soul a family affair as he was accompanied by his wife Bianca Stigter and their children Dexter and Alex in Rome on Thursday. 

    The filmmaker, 51, donned a black jacket with a matching shirt and trousers for the premiere of the animated film which is directed by Pete Docter and stars Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey.

    Event: Steve McQueen, 51, made the premiere of Soul a family affair as he was accompanied by his wife Bianca Stigter and their children Dexter and Alex in Rome on Thursday

    Bianca, who is a cultural critic from the Netherlands, donned a black long-sleeved dress while she let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders.

    Soul follows a middle school music teacher (Foxx) whose soul is separated from his body after an accident and is sent to The Great Before, where souls develop personalities before being sent off to Earth.

    The film has an A-list cast that also features Angela Bassett, Graham Norton and Questlove.     

    It comes after Steve recently told how he battled ‘institutional racism’ at school. 

    Dapper: The filmmaker donned a black jacket with a matching shirt and trousers for the premiere of the animated film

    Dapper: The filmmaker donned a black jacket with a matching shirt and trousers for the premiere of the animated film

    He told Esquire magazine that he was treated unfairly by teachers and pupils who ‘didn’t think he was capable,’ with the school regularly suspending or downgrading black students. 

    Steve told the publication that along with the racism that was apparent at school, he also struggled with dyslexia, which went un-diagnosed for many years.

    He said: ‘[I remember] sitting at the front of the class with a lazy eye and a patch over it, unable to see the chalk board at all.

    Outfit: Bianca, who is a cultural critic from the Netherlands, donned a black long-sleeved dress while she let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

    Outfit: Bianca, who is a cultural critic from the Netherlands, donned a black long-sleeved dress while she let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

    Childhood: It comes after Steve recently told how he battled 'institutional racism' at school

    Childhood: It comes after Steve recently told how he battled ‘institutional racism’ at school

    ‘[I] walked into racial discrimination. They assumed I wasn’t capable academically. When I went back to my old school to hand out awards, the headmaster told me that back when I was there the school was institutionally racist.

    ‘They admitted it, but I didn’t need their confirmation. People were excluded, they were ostracised, graded down, not given a chance. Because of who they were.

    ‘That’s where it started. It started at school. It was not a happy experience. And, unfortunately, that narrative continues for a lot of black people. It’s horrific to be confronted with institutional racism from day one.’

    Interview: He told Esquire magazine that he was treated unfairly by teachers and pupils who 'didn't think he was capable,' with the school regularly suspending or downgrading black students

    Interview: He told Esquire magazine that he was treated unfairly by teachers and pupils who ‘didn’t think he was capable,’ with the school regularly suspending or downgrading black students

    Asked whether he feels optimistic that change can happen, he added: ‘I feel hope because young people now are willing to speak out.

    ‘And it’s been very moving. John Boyega speaking out in Hyde Park. It’s very healthy, very cathartic.

    ‘And I’d add to that the #MeToo movement as well. Can this moment be capitalised on? It’s an interesting moment, but we’ll see what happens.’

    He said: 'They assumed I wasn't capable academically. When I went back to my old school to hand out awards, the headmaster told me that back when I was there the school was institutionally racist'

    He said: ‘They assumed I wasn’t capable academically. When I went back to my old school to hand out awards, the headmaster told me that back when I was there the school was institutionally racist’

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