CUT MY HAIR, BARBER \ 24 mins \ United States

Kwame, a fatherless young boy who dreams of having a loving dad, meets his long lost father, and discovers even a nightmare can have a happy ending.


Pan African Film Festival; Best Screenplay - World Music and Independent Film Festival; Black Harvest Film Festival; BronzeLens Film Festival; Urban Mediamakers Film Festival; Caribbean African Latinx Film Festival; African World Film Festival; Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival; Lakefront Film Festival; Maryland International Film Festival; Fade 2 Black Film Festival; Reel Independent Film Extravaganza; San Francisco Black Film Festival

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Patrick James Thomas

Patrick James Thomas is a film director, producer and writer from Lansing, Michigan. Patrick earned his Bachelors degree in Radio, Television and Film and Masters degree in Fine Arts in Film at Howard University. Patrick won a prestigious Paul Robeson award in 2009 for his work as a producer. As an artist, Patrick is interested in sharing stories that are personal, inspiring and shaped by exploring culture, history and faith. He is currently working on a film based on the life of Mississippian and educator Dr. Walter Washington, who was also the first black person to receive a doctorate degree in the state of Mississippi.

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