Praise Be…for ‘Sacred Hair’

A boy has a chance encounter with a young woman from a different culture than his, but the two learn that they share a common bond: their hair and the sacred nature culture and society places upon it. Cheveux Sacres (Sacred Hair) shows us underlying, universal issues set against the quiet urban backdrop of Montreal.

The film was awarded Best Live Action Short Film at the 2018 Cleveland International Film Festival, was an official selection of the 2018 Edmonton International Film Festival and...

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