We welcome you to become part of the Going Natural Video Diaries. Every year we make a cut of the best diaries and do at least one showing. You can be in the documentary by sending us a video in which you answer the questions below.
You may not have heard of her yet but it doesn’t matter. I am sure you soon will get to know more than just this woman’s name. You will learn what she does and what she stands for by watching her future documentary A Super Naptural Revolution.
Looking to cast 2 black, females professionals of all ages who are transitioning from chemically relaxed to natural hair for documentary. High preference for women: 1) in the very early stages of their process, meaning have been transitioning 10 months or less (though there may be some flexibility) 2) Have a mix of both chemically processed and natural hair currently 3) willing to participate in the documentary film for one calender year. Must live in the New York City Area. This is an unpaid opportunity.
Fascinated by the cultural, political and beauty aspects of hair, Will Ellis student at NYU, contacted going-natural.com to interview me for his short documentary. Three different people from different races with all different experiences, You have to see it but for me the most interesting comment in the end by the Sikh probably covers it all: “Hair is such an interesting access through which all sorts of social, political cultural, dynamics play out”.