My name is Kashif Boothe and In September 2016 I released a 3 Part documentary series on hair titled ‘What Is Good Hair?‘ What Is Good Hair? features black and mixed race women who choose to rock their natural hair. In this documentary they share their experiences, the misconceptions and whether women who wear weaves, relax or straighten their hair are conforming to european standards. The purpose of this documentary is to show that there is no such thing as good or bad hair. 

Why is natural afro hair and curly hair so political?

Check out the 3 Part Series Below

Afro Hair

Curly Hair

Misconceptions & European Standards

I produce short films, web series’ and documentaries under my production company Kashif Boothe Entertainment. In the last three years I have produced two short films entitled Orioh and Being, both films have been featured at The Portobello Film Festival in 2014 and on blogs in the UK, US and Ghana. In August 2015, I began producing a documentary series on relationships, the first episode ‘What Do Guys Think of Relationships?’ was selected for the 2016 Ozark Shorts Film Festival. In December 2015 I released the second episode ‘What Do Women Think of Relationships?’ and in February the third episode ‘What Do Gay Men and Lesbian Women Think of Relationships?’ which was featured on and the  documentary series was selected as the editors top pick on w/c March 7th 2016.  In March 2016 I completed a documentary entitled ‘Being Light Skinned’ within Black and Asian cultures, it was screened at the event forum ‘Afrocentrikal’ and featured  various websites including, and on as the editors top pick w/c May 2nd 2016. In May I released  the first episode  of my web series ‘Nate & Jamie’. In September 2016 I released my doc series ‘What Is Good Hair?’ and was screened at the Voices of Colour event in November 2016.

In March 2016 I released a documentary entitled ‘Being light Skinned‘ within Black and Asian Cultures and I think it will be of interest to you and your websites audience.

Being Light Skinned features men and women from Black and Asian cultures discussing the misconceptions of being light skin. There is a arguably a general view within Black and Asian cultures that light skin men and women think they are better than dark skinned people and they are more successful as actors, musicians because they appeal to a mainstream audience and they have ‘good hair‘. In this documentary it challenges this perception and also enlightens audiences on the challenges they face being light skin, their opinion on the light skin vs dark skin debate within Black, Latin and Asian cultures and on why they think skin bleaching is popular.

Check it out below

I recently uploaded the first two episodes of my web series ‘Nate & Jamie’ which follows two friends who find themselves trying to stay out of trouble but end up in hilarious situations. This web series will be of interest to your websites audience as it is a young adult of the 90s sitcom Kenan & Kel.

Check out episode 1 & 2 as Nate and Jamie  go to extreme lengths to get a girls number and a double date which ends in disaster



Nate & Jamie Press Release

Nate & Jamie is a comedy series starring Joshua Samuels and OgaSamuel Williams. The show is set in London and centered on the antics of two mischievous young adults Nate (OgaSamuel Williams) and Jamie (Joshua Samuels). The first season follows Jamie and the ups and downs of his new relationship with Michelle (Lauren Douglin). Nate gets into a lot of situations he’d rather avoid; he has good intentions but ends up in getting caught in tricky situations.

There will 5 episodes in this current season. The next  episode will be released in February entitled ‘Sleep Over’ as Jamie and Michelle take their relationship to the next level.


Directed & Edited By Kashif Boothe


Presented By Jess North

Afro Hair

Hannah Ajala

Emmanuella Kwenortey

Debrose Searchwell

Olivia Crooks

Chipo Dame

Courage Emeka

Jocelyn Mate

Curly Hair

Leah Mckenzie

Ella Augustin

Jamila Wingett

Lauren Douglin

Georgina Ezuanyamike




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