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‘Bad Hair’ will arrive in cinemas in November

The satirical horror has been acquired by Picturehouse Entertainment.

Bad Hair
Credit: Picturehouse Entertainment

‘Bad Hair’ will be heading to UK cinemas from 27th November 2020 via Picturehouse Entertainment.

The film received its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this year, following in the footsteps of Justin Simien’s directorial debut ‘Dear White People’ in 2014.

In this satirical horror set in 1989, ‘Bad Hair’ follows an ambitious young woman (Elle Lorraine) who gets a weave in order to succeed in the image-obsessed world of music television. However, her flourishing career comes at great cost when she realises that her new hair may have a mind of its own.

In addition to Elle Lorraine’s breakout leading role, the impressive ensemble cast includes Vanessa Williams (‘Soul Food’), Lena Waithe (‘Master of None’), Laverne Cox (‘Orange Is The New Black’), Jay Pharoah (‘Unsane’, ‘Saturday Night Live’), Kelly Rowland (Destiny’s Child), Blair Underwood (‘Set It Off’), James Van Der Beek (‘Dawson’s Creek’), Chanté Adams (‘The Photograph’) and Usher.

‘Bad Hair’ is written and directed by Justin Simien. Simien also serves as a producer alongside Julia Lebedev, Angel Lopez, and Eddie Vaisman. Executive Producers include Leonid Lebedev, Oren Moverman, and Alex G. Scott. The film is produced by Sight Unseen in association with Culture Machine.

The acquisition was negotiated by Clare Binns and Paul Ridd of Picturehouse Entertainment with Rob Carneyfrom FilmNation Entertainment.   

Clare Binns, Joint Managing Director of Picturehouse said: “We all need a smart, genre-busting horror film and this one gets it spot on. With a super-cool cast and directed by the immensely talented Justin Simien, it felt a perfect fit for Picturehouse Entertainment. This is a film that goes where other films fail to reach!”

Upcoming Picturehouse Entertainment titles include Phyllida Lloyd’s ‘Herself’, Quentin Dupieux’s ‘Deerskin’, Maria Sødahl’s ‘Hope’ and Jerry Rothwell’s ‘The Reason I Jump’.

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