Oil filters have the tightening marked on their body or the box. You can't put a torque wrench on a filter. Usually is like 1/2 to 3/4 turns after they feel seated.
Drain plug? I usually get it hand tight, never used a torque wrench on that bolt.
Eventually use a new gasket if it looks like it leaked. Don't go nuts on that bolt or you can strip the oil pan threads.
The following is from the manual for our 2013 Soul 1.6. I believe the 2.0 at the time was the same. Our Subaru is almost identical. I see no reason why they would have changed that with the new 2.0 engine, but I would check. In the meantime, if you're sitting there with the oil drained and waiting for an answer, I think you are safe with 30 lb/ft. I usually set my torque wrench on 30 lb/ft which is in the upper middle of the drain bolt specs.
For the oil filter, I tell people to use one hand and tighten firmly but not to the point you are making ugly faces and crying for mommy. 11 lb/ft is not much.
Make sure you replace the crush washer, it is called a crush washer so when you tighten the drain plug it gets crushed and is not be re used. I can't tell you how many leaking ones I have seen on a daily basis at the dealership or how many drain plugs I have replaced because people keep cranking the plug because it is leaking because of the old washer. The torque is German spec "guttentight" nothing crazy just nice and tight, use a wrench or short 3/8th ratchet and don't strain to put it on.