Barber Shop City is an observational documentary piece from Filmmaker Mark Brown, capturing a detailed documentation throughout one summer’s day in the thriving, diverse ethnicity of the city of London.

The film brings you through the doors of three barber shops in different areas of the city to explore how the culture, of which is exquisitely unique to the city, diversifies from district to district.
A fantastic array of environment and representation of character portrays as the film unravels and highlights the importance of ethnic barbering establishments in London’s social economy



Moses is a Jamaican and loves Reggae Music. He loves sharing his experiences about the Caribbean Culture.