Afro-Saxons (2008)

Director: Mark Currie, Rachel Wang

Writer(s): N/A

Starring: Melanie Baker, Keith Broughton, Richard Burnett, Colette Campbell, Shane Campbell, Anastacia Chikezie, Caroline Chikezie, Nikki Da Silva, Felix Dexter, Tanesha Dingwall, Errol Douglas, Angela Foster, Joy Green, Junior Green, Cyndia Harvey, Allan Henry, Michelle Jorsling, Grace Kelly, Oona King, Apple Kosit, George Kosit, Verna McKenzie, Desmond Murray, Jesmond Murray, Angela Plummer, Anne Rattray, Calvin Rattray, Wayne Shorter-Campbell, Nasheana Stewart, Tee, Sandra Webb, Christine Wilson, Michael Wilson

Synopsis: “Afro-Saxons” follows four black hair salons from across the UK, as they prepare for the prestigious Black Beauty and Hair Awards. Described as as “a warm inspirational and touching film that delves into the professional and home lives of the stylists while they express themselves with mind-blowing gravity-defying hair designs,” the film reflects the filmmaking team’s work representing a diverse array of peoples and communities who live and work in London.

Release Date: October 17, 2008 (UK) | Length: 84 min | Genre: History | MPAA Rating: NR


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