One of the foremost artists of the American South, Ulysses Davis constructed an idiom distinctly his own and his body of work speaks vividly to the nature of his experience as an African-American artist and barber. This film is a reflection on his work and an offering to the legacy of this singular man, the community of which he was a part, and the Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center in Savannah, GA. 
Directed by Alexia Oldini 
Produced by Alexia Oldini, Steven Gray & Richard Twomey
Cinematography by Steven Gray & Richard Twomey
Official Selection 2019 St. Louis International Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 SCAD Savannah Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Cucalorus Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Newburyport Documentary Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Rome International Film Festival
Official Selection 2019 Macon Film Festival