Kiri Davis knew from an early age that film was a medium she wanted to work in. At sixteen, she directed her first documentary, A Girl Like Me. Before that, she created numerous short films and attended the New York Film Academy. She would love to pursue a career in filmmaking as well as to explore her passions for acting and writing. She loves to travel, which affords her the opportunity to meet new people and explore other cultures. Her goal is to develop more projects that will help her community and give a much needed voice to issues that pertain to people of color.
Director: A Girl Like Me
16 year old Filmmaker Kiri Davis revisits the Black-doll White-doll experiment and discovers that the standards of beauty in America are still very whitewashed. video